changingminds

changingminds

Changingminds

  • Involves two learning activities – one in Romania and one in Ireland – whereby young Irish and Romanian people will be given the opportunity to gain first-hand experience of working with people with disabilities within Romania as well as taking part in interactive workshops, conferences and being upskilled in digital media technology.

KA2 Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership

Changingminds
We provide volunteering opportunities for young people that aims to help improve and maintain positive mental health.
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Changingminds
Changing Minds with Owen Fitzpatrick is a Podcast about thinking for a change. Each week, we’ll offer evidence based psychological strategies where we share how you can influence yourself and others more effectively.
My good friend DP and I discuss all sorts of range of ideas from crazy political suggestions to what matters most to what’s the point of life. Less of an interview and more of a fun philosophical chat between friends, different to a normal episode but hope you find it interesting!

Changingminds

  • Involves two learning activities – one in Romania and one in Ireland – whereby young Irish and Romanian people will be given the opportunity to gain first-hand experience of working with people with disabilities within Romania as well as taking part in interactive workshops, conferences and being upskilled in digital media technology.

Like and follow our partnership on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euchangingminds/

Changingminds
Harvard psychologist Howard Gardner offers insight into the phenomenon of changing minds. Why is it so mysterious? How do people become set in a certain way of thinking? And what does it take to change a perspective? As he did in previous books about intelligence, creativity, and leadership, Gardner challenges traditional thinking. He draws on decades of cognitive research to show mind change not as a sudden “epiphany” but as a gradual process that can be actively and powerfully influenced. He identifies seven levers that aid or thwart the process of mind change and provides an original framework that shows how individuals can align these levers to bring about significant changes in perspective and behavior.
This book is available at Amazon.com.

Changing Minds leads collaborative social change projects aimed at reducing stigma and discrimination and improving mental health and wellbeing for communities and people. As a consumer-led organisation, we also provide systemic advocacy for the rights of people with lived experience and up-to-date information on mental health and social development initiatives across Aotearoa.
Changing Minds; Strengthening Determination Te Pae Tawhiti o te Hinengaro

Changingminds
Whether you want to share your own mental health story, learn from the experience of others, or discuss youth mental health (in a school, a college, or beyond), Changing Minds has something to offer — free of charge and easy to access!
Even if there were twice as many real mental health stories being told, it still wouldn’t be enough. That’s why Community Access launched Changing Minds, a unique storytelling initiative that helps young people (ages 15 to 25) share their mental stories in ways that spark meaningful conversation and bring about real change.

Resources:
Visit the campaign website, ChangingMindsNow.org.
On October 19, 2016, the Department of Justice announced the launch of “Changing Minds,” the first national campaign to raise awareness, teach skills, and inspire public action to address children’s exposure to violence and trauma. Established through the Department’s Defending Childhood Initiative, the national education campaign features digital and print content intended to reach adults who interact with children and youth in grades K-12. The multiyear campaign will engage teachers, coaches, counselors, doctors, nurses, law enforcement officers, and other professionals and caregivers on proven ways to help heal the damage of childhood trauma.

Equipment used: PPG 2,3 (Wave), Akai S 900, Roland MKS-80, Yamaha TX 816, Dynacord Add_one, Roland MSQ 700, Roland SBX 80, Commodore Amiga 500.
Very special thanks to the National Institute of Language Research in Los Angeles (CA.) and to Prof. Dr. Seikoshido for the useful advice on the program for the computer voices.
Thanks to Alex for being a model.
Special thanks to Oliver for the computer.

References:

http://changingmindsproject.org.uk/
http://changingmindspodcast.com/
http://changingminds.eu/
http://howardgardner.com/changingminds/
http://givealittle.co.nz/org/changingminds
http://www.communityaccess.org/events/changing-minds
http://ojjdp.ojp.gov/news/juvjust/department-justice-launches-changing-minds-campaign-raise-awareness-about-childrens
http://www.discogs.com/16-Bit-Changing-Minds/release/65816
http://changingmindsproject.org.uk/