Thursday, October 6, 2022

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ANNOUNCEMENT | In celebration with the Mental Health Awareness Month, the Guidance Unit of the Office of Student Affairs and Services in collaboration with the Psychological Society, we would like to invite you to join us on October 7, 2022 at the De Venecia Hall from 9:00-11:30 in the morning.

In person participants may register now at

Remote participants may attend with the following details:…
Meeting ID: 858 1086 8552
Passcode: 845166

Also, the activity will be aired lived at the Facebook pages: The Guidance & Counseling Unit and ISU-Echague Office of Student Affairs and Services.


In the tranquil embrace of October’s golden hues, Isabela State University Echague reminded the significance of mental health awareness, a cause that illuminates the path toward understanding, empathy, and support. Featured Ms. Adeline M. De Guzman, RGC, RPm., discussing “Achieving Balance between Challenges and Choices.”

A world where the echoes of silent battles are often drowned out by the noise of everyday life, October stands as a beacon, urging us to acknowledge the struggles faced by countless souls. It calls upon us to break the stigma surrounding mental health, encouraging open conversations and genuine connections.

Together, we can create a sanctuary where individuals feel safe to share their stories, where empathy flows freely, and where understanding paves the way for healing and hope. Each conversation, each shared story, becomes a building block in the foundation of understanding, reminding us that compassion is the key to unlocking a world where mental health is valued, respected, and prioritized.

It serves as a reminder that no one is alone in their struggles, and by embracing empathy, we can provide a lifeline to those who need it most. Together, let’s create a tapestry of understanding, acceptance, and support, where the strength of the human spirit is celebrated, and the shadows of stigma are banished.

This October, and every month thereafter, let our actions and words echo the sentiment that mental health matters, and everyone deserves a life filled with hope, healing, and the warmth of human connection.