Psychological Resilience in Adverse Times

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COVID-19, other than causing infections and deaths, has posed tremendous challenges to people around the world economically, socially, and psychologically.

Graduating students are facing unprecedented uncertainties in the job market and in their own personal development. Drawing from the essential soft skills covered in the Roots & Wings 2.0 programme, this webinar aims at strengthening the resilience of students to deal with the present adversity.

By attending this webinar, you will:

  1. Build a resilient mindset by working on your thinking processes
  2. Simple techniques in managing stress and anxiety
  3. Create constructive habits to uplift and focus on personal goals
  4. Build a targeted plan of continuous improvement

Meet Our Guest Speaker

Joanne Chua Joanne Chua
National University of Singapore
Registered clinical psychologist
Instructor of NUS Department of Psychology
Joanne is a registered clinical psychologist and an instructor of NUS Department of Psychology. Besides teaching in the clinical program of the department, she is an instructor of the Roots & Wings 2.0 program teaching short modules on collaboration, resilience, and optimizing performance.

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Career Workshops

Date: Monday, 7 June 2021

Event Time: 3pm – 5pm

Industries: Transport, Maritime and Aerospace

Faculties: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, NUS Business School, School of Computing, School of Design and Environment, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Science

Target Audience: Penultimate and Graduating Students