Increase your awareness of your own helpful and unhelpful mental processes to build resilience.
7:30PM - 8:30PM
DATE NOT CONFIRMED
ABOUT THE EVENT
Building mental resilience builds the capacity of an individual to find new ways to manage the current challenges of working from home, social and physical distancing, and the uncertainty moving forward.
Becoming aware of unhelpful, unhealthy thoughts, catastrophising and rumination is the first step in building mental resilience. After awareness comes the active management and redirection of the mind through the use of positive mindfulness interventions. These include pausing the mind, interrupting the flood of negative thoughts and mind wandering, and refocusing the power of the mind in positive and healthy ways.
Taking care of our psychological wellbeing helps us to take care of our emotional and physical wellbeing.
In this session, you will:
Increase your awareness of unhelpful or negative mental processes
Learn how to pause mind chatter
Learn how to anchor in the present moment in order to gather personal resources and take wise action moving forward
Get certified and
accelerate your growth
With an addition of just $15, you will be awarded with a Certificate of Participation at the end of the course.
With a certificate, you can:
Enhance your professional credibility
Reward yourself for your commitment
Get more networking opportunities
Become a better mentor
Meet your trainer
Deborah is a graduate of our Postgraduate Diploma in Positive Organisational Psychology and Leadership (PGDPOPL) programme, and holds a Masters of Science in Applied Positive Psychology. She is a qualified meditation and mindfulness trainer and lecturer with many years of teaching and mentoring experience, offering established mindfulness workshops and tailored mindfulness programs to organizations, institutions and schools. Deborah also teaches mindful yoga to adults and youth. She is an engaging, experienced instructor and her teaching style is clear and concise. She lives, works and celebrates in Singapore.
Positive Psychology Practitioner, Mindfulness Trainer
Perks of online events
Upgrade yourself in the comfort of your own home
Interact directly with trainers and participants
Small, limited class size for maximum engagement
Learn new skills adaptable to both home and work
Live Q&A Session with the trainer after the session
FAQ for online events
What is a Virtual Classroom?
Engage Virtual Classroom was created for participants to receive quality training on Psychology and Positive Psychology at the comfort of their own home.
How do I log in to the Virtual Classroom?
The link to join the class will be emailed to you 2 to 3 business days before the class date. On the day of the class, log in using this link 5 to 10 minutes before the commencement of the session. You will need to enter your name and email address that you have registered with.
What are your fees?
What is the duration for each session of the Virtual Class?
Our sessions range in duration from 1-hour to multiple hours over a few days. Please refer to the specific course page for more information.
How early should I log in to the session?
We would recommend you to access 5 to 10 minutes before the session begins. We will begin exactly at the top of the hour, so arrive early so you don't miss any of the content.
Do I need to mute myself during the session?
No - we'll take care of that for you. As an attendee, you are automatically muted.
How may I make suggestions for future topics?
Do send feedback and suggestions for future topics to firstname.lastname@example.org
Will my attendance be counted towards Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours?
If you have selected the certificate option when enrolling for our 1-hour Virtual Class, you will receive a Certificate of Participation after class completion.