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Counsellors’ Corner: Conversations on Consent

The Y10s will be attending workshops over the next few Friday mornings to spark conversations around relationships and Consent. And we look ahead to World Mental Health Day on 10 October.

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WellBeing Friday

As part of our newly developed ‘WellBeing’ Friday curriculum, our Y10 students will be attending workshops to spark conversations about relationships and consent. Here is an overview of Ruam Chuay and why these sessions are important. 

Ruam Chuay (meaning “Collective Support” in Thai) is dedicated to helping create safer communities by preventing interpersonal violence. Started in 2018, the non-profit organisation collaborates with local schools, workplaces and other groups to host programs that help:

  • People become more confident with their interpersonal skills

  • Prevent gender-based and sexual violence

  • Fill in gaps in current sexuality education programs

  • Find more productive ways to address conflict in our communities

“We believe that everyone should be able to have happy and healthy relationships. However, gender-based violence poses a serious threat to people’s well-being and safety,” says the organisation’s founder Monisha Bajaj. “Sexual assault and domestic violence are problems that persist all over the world and Thailand is no exception. No one talks about it. These are touchy subjects, for sure, but we feel that dialogue surrounding these issues, including sex and gender equality, rights and power, is necessary.”

A few years back, Monisha started designing workshops aimed at teens and young adults on preventing interpersonal violence, using her training in paraprofessional counselling and crisis response. In the one year since its inception, Ruam Chuay has brought its Consent and Healthy Relationships workshop to several international schools and universities. The workshop utilises facilitated group discussions and breakout activities to help participants understand why gender-based violence exists, followed by an exploration of the concepts of bodily autonomy and consent.

Monisha explains, “We have the students get into groups to talk about personal boundaries, consent, interpersonal violence, and understanding the emotional side of relationships. We use a variety of tools and techniques to create a safe space. The belief is that everyone is interconnected, with a focus on creating a holistic and values-based approach to address harm doing in society. We try to engage young people in a positive and open way, rather than using the model of social control.”

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World Mental Health Day: 10 October 2019 

Thursday 10th October marks World Mental Health Day which focuses on global mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma. It was first celebrated in 1992 at the initiative of the World Federation for Mental Health, a global mental health organization with members and contacts in more than 150 countries. 

We strongly believe that to support our students and the wider community we need to be open in having conversations on mental health and wellness. 

This coming week St Andrews International School Bangkok tutors across High School will be sharing a short video from the Anna Freud Centre which highlights the importance of Mental Health awareness in schools. This will be followed up with an assembly in the next half term reinforcing the message that as a school we care about mental wellness and how school can support. Throughout the year the counsellors will be supporting the wellbeing programme across each year group to ensure we are doing all we can reduce the stigma and increase the understanding of mental health. 

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