Seminar in 2014 as the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare planned to make the occupational stress test mandatory for workplaces hiring more than 50 employees as the Industrial Safety and Health Act amendment took effect.

Since then, IBREA-Japan has held a series of seminars each year at prestigious universities in Japan, including the University of Tokyo and Kyoto University. IBREA-Japan has presented cases and empirical research on mental health care based on Brain Education to Japanese society through the seminars.

  • Theme: “From Stress Management to Value Creation in Yourself”
  • Date/Venue
    • November 21, Nagoya University
    • November 23, University of Tokyo

The 2nd Global Mental Health Seminar opened up a venue for in-depth discussions about mental health care at work and school. Among the speakers on youth’s mental health was Kim Na-ok, principal of Korea’s Benjamin School for Character Education, a future-oriented high school that successfully adopted a new education model based on brain education. In her presentation, Principal Kim introduced the unique education system of Benjamin School for Character Education where students are encouraged to use their brains to find out and unleash values in themselves in the course of pursuing dreams, as well as the students’ success stories.