FJWU Organized Seminar on "Young People’s Mental Health in changing world"

Rawalpindi: Fatima Jinnah Women University, Department Behavioral sciences organized seminar on “young people’s mental health in changing world” to observe World Mental Health Day in order to raise awareness on Mental Health.

Distinguished speakers including Dr. Sajida Kazmi, Psychologist, FFH and Dr. Naila Mir Mental Health Consultant. Speaking at the seminar speakers highlighted the mental health concerns and demerging challenges in different walks of life and people all over the world hold events, making announcements while celebrating the day.

Dr. Sajida Kazmi highlighted that the purpose of celebrating this day is to raise public awareness about importance of mental health, stigma attached and barriers to access mental health service & strengthen support networks. ​ I urge you to take a minute to reflect on your mental health. More importantly, I ask you to ask about the mental health of others around you. You will be amazed how simply asking and speaking about each other’s feelings, emotions, or simply daily worries, helps create a more positive outlook.

Dr. Naila Mir said we need to play a key role towards mental health action and implementation in today’s changing world. As today’s future, it is up to us to ensure that we provide a productive atmosphere in which our needs for physical, mental, and social health are ensured, so that we may be resilient and fit enough to deal with the growing challenges in the modern age.


Prof. Dr. Uzaira Raffique spoke on the occasion

Prof. Dr. Uzaira Raffique presenting souvenir to guest speaker

Group photo at the end of session

Guest speaker , Dr. Sarwat Rasul and Dr. Aneela Maqsood