Self-Care: Discover the Power of Napping

Self-Care: Discover the Power of Napping

Do you nap? If the answer is no, then you should start now! Napping has been shown to increase productivity and reduce stress. In this Safe Space resource, we will discuss how naps can help improve your self-care routine.  What is a Nap? So, let’s start with the...
How to Talk to Kids About Trauma

How to Talk to Kids About Trauma

“It’s important for parents or caregivers who are going through these issues themselves get help too,” said Dr Corey Keyes at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland. “If you are having trauma or PTSD symptoms,...
Happiness is a Choice

Happiness is a Choice

With over seven years of experience, the impeccable Aditi has passionately worked with indigent children with a history of continued trauma and adolescents, women, and children from distressed families. Her experience as a teacher and counsellor in various schools...
How Often Should You See a Counsellor?

How Often Should You See a Counsellor?

Deciding to go to therapy can be a significant milestone in your life, which signifies committing to taking better care of yourself. Now that you’ve decided you want to go for therapy, the next question to ask is usually how often you should be going to see your...
Improve Your Mental Wellness at Work

Improve Your Mental Wellness at Work

Happy employees = highly productive teams. We often link productivity to our mental wellness, so an employee who’s fulfilled and satisfied with all aspects of their life comes to work happy and gets more work done. It seems to be a simple math equation, right? So why...
World Mental Health Day 2021

World Mental Health Day 2021

October has arrived, but what does this mean? For Singaporeans, it’s witnessing the burst of orange and black in supermarket stores, along with a tsunami of every chocolate brand spilling from the shelves as Halloween creeps its way to us. For students, it signals...
Cultural Stigma on Mental Illness in Asia

Cultural Stigma on Mental Illness in Asia

People say Asians are resilient. The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace says that resilience comes first in Southeast Asia due to the many historical struggles we’ve all had to go through as a region. This makes it easy for people to associate resilience with...