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Puppy Party! (25 Apr)

Are you stressed? Do you have crazy deadlines coming up? Is your thesis soon due? How about a puppy party? Following last year's success, SMART is organizing the second edition of the puppy party.

Join us on Tuesday 25th of April on Quad between 12 - 2pm. We will be having beagles for you to play with, pat and unwind from all the University stressors!

This initiative is being organised in collaboration with the Centre for Resilience and Socio-Emotional Health. A special thanks also goes to Ollenob Mint Beagle Kennel for providing us with the dogs. You can follow these cuties on their facebook page. We hope to see you there! 

For more information, visit our facebook page SMART.

21 Mar 2017

Healthy Eating: One Bite At A Time (14 Mar)

Healthy Eating Awareness and Tips (HEAT) is one of the programmes offered by the student organization Students for Healthy Living (SFHL). HEAT promotes healthy eating habits among University Students. Our aim is to help students manage their eating habits in a healthy way as to lead a balanced lifestyle. 

Join us on the 14th March for some healthy tips by Ms Charlene Vassallo a registered nutritionist. During this event healthy food will also be available for sampling...Don't miss out!!

This initiative is being organised in collaboration with the Centre for Resilience and Socio-Emotional Health. 

For more information, visit our facebook page HEAT. To register contact Ms. Corinne Zammit

07 Mar 2017

The Abuse of Narcotics (21 Mar)

The Abuse of Narcotics

SAM (Substance Use and Misuse) is a program offered by the organisation SFHL (Students for Healthy Living). SAM aims to bring about awareness regarding the causes and consequences of drugs, with the aim of prevention and support.

Join us on the 21st March from 10:00-11:30 at GW156 for an informative talk regarding the use of narcotics. This initiative is in collaboration with Aġenzija Sedqa and The Centre for Resilience & Socio-Emotional Health. All students are invited!

For more information, visit our facebook page SAM. To register contact Ms. Edwina Micallef.

02 Mar 2017

Together against the Stigma! (7 Mar)

Together against the Stigma!  

Let’s end the stigma once and for all! 

Improving Mental health Awareness amongst Peers (iMAP) is one of the five programs offered by the student’s organisation, Students For Healthy Living (SFHL) which aims to increase the awareness on all spheres of health including mental illnesses and to give people an insight into the lives of those people have had encountered any issues in relation to their mental health, with the hopes of reducing the stigma that exists against anything that has to do will mental illnesses and disorders and offer a different perspective on the topic.

IMAP in collaboration with the Centre for Resilience and Socio-Emotional Health (CRES), Richmond foundation and Paper clips will be organising “Together against the Sigma!”, a talk on Campus (begin held at LC 217), on Tuesday 7th of March 2017.

Join us, together against the stigma! Let’s give it an end, once and for all! 

Registration for the event is required and certificates will be handed out to those attending. 

For more information visit our facebook page


22 Feb 2017

HOPEs Consortium Meeting



The Centre for Resilience and Socio-Emotional Health at the University of Malta, is one of the project partners of HOPEs. 

HOPEs (Happiness, Optimism, Positivity, and Ethos in Schools) project is funded by the European Commission under the ERASMUS+ program KA2 -Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices (Strategic Partnerships for school education). The project was launched in September 2016 with 24 months duration and is implemented in five EU countries (Cyprus , Greece , Ireland, Malta and Portugal). The newly developed strategic partnership was created based on extensive expertise of all members of the consortium in topics related to Positive Psychology, Educational Psychology and Character development.

Strengthening teachers’ ability to positively interact and influence students’ behaviour and competences will result in more effective and meaningful education in schools. An innovative educational program will be developed during the two years of the project’s implementation that will be based on the theoretical framework of positive psychology and character education. Trained teachers will become more motivated to improve their teaching methods and to guide their students in issues related to self-awareness, psychological resilience, happiness and positivity.

The second consortium meeting was held at the Centre for Resilience and Socio-Emotional Health at the University of Malta, on 2 and 3 February 2017.

For more information see Facebook or send an email to Ms. Rachel Spiteri. 

21 Feb 2017

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ENSEC Newsletter 2017
To view newsletter please click here [PDF]

RESCUR Surfing the Waves
Training Workshops for Teachers

ENSEC 2017 Conference Best Poster Award

Click here to view poster. [PDF]

New optional study unit
Resilience and Positive Psychology 2017-2018

New EU Report
Report on Prevention of Bullying and Violence in Schools

HOPEs Project
Please click here. [PDF]

A sexual health peer education programme


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