By Rubina Kapil on August 15, 2019
It’s hard to be nonjudgmental all the time. We automatically make judgments about people from the minute we first see or meet them based on appearance, behavior and what they say. And that’s okay. Nonjudgmental listening isn’t about avoiding those judgments – it’s about making sure that you don’t express those negative judgments because that can get in the way of helping someone in need.
When you’re trying to be there for your friend, neighbor or colleague, it’s important to maintain a positive attitude and open mind to truly be supportive. Use these Mental Health First Aid tips to be an effective nonjudgmental listener for those around you.
ARTICLE FROM MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID MONTHLY
The first day of school is approaching quickly! We are ready for ya!
This summer was a good one. My family did a lot of camping, hiking and swimming.
But, I was ready to come back to work. CTMS feels like home to me and I truly enjoy working with you and your kiddos. It is honest of me when I say I really did miss everyone.
You may have received a phone call , email or letter about needing your students updated immunization records. Please bring those records in when you come to get your students schedule this week to avoid exclusion.
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