It’s Mental Health Awareness Month! Our next #infoHR Webinar Series: Maintaining Mental Resilience during COVID-19 on 22 May is aimed at guiding you to a healthy and balanced psychological well-being during and after a crisis.
Our speakers, Calista Roch, Manager of SAMH Community Education & Engagement from Singapore Association for Mental Health (SAMH) will share on embracing challenges with resilience and Erin Lee, Founder of Mindful Moments will discuss how mindfulness supports mental and emotional well-being.
The current pandemic may cause us to feel varying levels of worry and stress. How we cope with these emotions can affect our mental well-being. Take steps to build resilience by being aware of how we are responding and explore different coping techniques to care for ourselves.
Embracing challenges with resilience
Speaker: Calista Roch
Discover how mindfulness, the practice of turning our attention inwards to observe and understand our mind and body, supports us in improving our mental and emotional wellbeing.
How mindfulness supports mental and emotional wellbeing Speaker: Erin Lee
Calista Lavinia Roch is the Manager of SAMH Community Education & Engagement, where she oversees the provision of outreach events in raising awareness on mental health.
In her role, she collaborates with corporates, schools and other community agencies in enhancing mental health literacy through the delivery of talks and workshops. She also works closely with other key speakers (SAMH staff) to curate content, as well as, provide internal coaching on presentation/delivery skills.
Calista Lavinia Roch
Manager, SAMH Community Education & Engagement Singapore Association for Mental Health (SAMH)
Founder of Mindful Moments and an advocate of mindfulness as a way of life, Erin Lee is a Mindfulness Coach, Certified Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Teacher, and holds a Master of Science in Studies in Mindfulness.