[CalmCon IRL] Normalising Mental Health Conversations with Calm Collective

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[CalmCon IRL] Normalising Mental Health Conversations with Calm Collective

CalmCon IRL: Join Calm Collective in normalising mental health conversations in Singapore, a special in-person event held as part of CalmCon

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WeWork - Office Space & Coworking 21 Collyer Quay Singapore, 049320 Singapore

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About this event

Programme highlights:

1. Talk: “Strength In Vulnerability”

It shouldn't take almost drowning to realise you need help treading water. But when we value self-sufficiency to the extent of hyperindependence, we don't ask for help when we most need it. This panel comprising public figures dismantles the idea that being strong means never asking for help.

After all, there isn't just strength in vulnerability. Vulnerability is strength.

(Speakers to be announced)

2. Calm Circles workshop: “Understanding Feelings”

Connect, share, and learn with like-minded folks through guided discussions by the Calm Collective team. In this workshop, learn how to identify your emotions, and work with them in a healthy way.

About CalmCon

Calm Collective Asia presents CalmCon, a 4-day hybrid festival held from 6-9 October, to promote well-being for your whole being.

Deep dive into mental health through personal stories and professional perspectives and learn how to:

  • Achieve well-being at work
  • Find calm by managing your mental health
  • Define what it means to thrive in your personal and professional lives

Find out more our full conference programme at https://www.calmcon.asia/.

About Calm Collective

Calm Collective is a mission-driven organisation that aims to break the stigma of mental health in Asia.

We believe that normalising the conversation within ourselves, and at the societal level, is crucial in breaking the mental health stigma. In doing so, we hope to give people the courage to get the help they need before it's too late.