Topic: Cultivating and Maintaining Mental Wellness While Navigating the New Norms
Date: 3 June 2021 (Thurs)
Time: 6.30pm – 8pm
Delivery: Live Online Session via Zoom
Cost: Free (Open to Public!)
Covid19 has impacted our way of life at home and at work, and new challenges continue to present themselves as we journey on. Our mental wellbeing has taken a real beating for a prolonged period, and the challenges are far from over even as we adjust to new norms of living and working.
Self-help strategies have been made increasingly available on various social media platforms to choose from, but the endless lists of coping options can prove equally stressful for us to discern and apply.
Is there a guideline to selecting the right set of solutions? How do we decide which ones will work best for our wellbeing? How applicable are the options for the well-being of my co-workers and staff?
If those are your questions, then come and learn an easy-to-use approach to assess your wellbeing and identify suitable management strategies for yourself and your co-workers.
In this talk, Dr Yong Goh will show you the key ingredients to cultivating and maintaining mental wellness and keeping it in shape!
Dr. Goh Yong Wah (MA-Org. Psych, PhD, MAIA)
Yong Wah has over 18 years of experience in occupational wellbeing across cultures, organizational assessment, and behavioural change. He has developed a wide range of training workshops and assessment tools that foster wellbeing, mindfulness and sustainable behaviour. Yong Wah has also presented various talks and online leaning sessions for organisations. He remains active in international research and publishes extensively in the fields of organisational psychology, positive psychology and sustainability. He is also a Zen meditation teacher and an accredited traditional martial art instructor. Together with his expertise in organizational behaviours, Yong Wah brings to the fore a unique blend of solutions that are both empirical and insightful.
Deadline for registration is 31 May 2021 (Mon). Seats are limited to facilitate better interaction between the participants and facilitator.
Details on how to access the session will be emailed to registrants 1-2 days before the session.