Emotional Health: Finding Inner Peace | TOYL Celebration

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Emotional Health: Finding Inner Peace | TOYL Celebration

Emotional well-being can be nurtured the same way we care for our physical health.

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Clementi Public Library, Ask.Discover Corner 3155 Commonwealth Avenue West The Clementi Mall #05-13/14/15 Singapore, 129588 Singapore

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In today's world, it is easy to be caught up in the hustle and bustle of everyday life. There are so many sources of stimulation that we sometimes find it difficult to have opportunities for introspection and reflection. 

In this workshop, we will take you through a discovery of your own emotions. Find out how you can take small moments every day to acknowledge, accept, and embrace your emotions in the journey to finding emotional fulfilment and peace. 

  • Conducted by: Dr Hakim Young (Singapore)

About Time of Your Life Celebration 2022 

Connections: Past, Present and Future 

How can we make the journey of ageing a better one? By reconnecting to our past, examining our present, and striving towards the future, we will reimagine how this voyage can be made more gratifying. Join us to connect with gerontology experts and community partners as we delve into facets of ageing like caregiving, gerontechnology, lifelong learning, and physical and mental well-being. 

Jointly brought to you by the National Library Board (NLB) and Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS). 

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Important Notice 

This programme/event is open to members of the National Library Board, Singapore. Please ensure you have your myLibrary username on hand before proceeding with the registration. If you do not have a myLibrary username, you can create one here: https://account.nlb.gov.sg/

About the Speaker

Dr Hakim Young (M.B.B.S, MMed Family Medicine) is a medical doctor from Singapore who has done public health, humanitarian, and peace-building work in Afghanistan for 20 years. His journey and work with an Afghan peace group has helped him see the pressing importance of caring for our emotional health every day as an imperative to staying resilient and human. He seeks wider conversations on personal and public ways to do so, including through emotional healthcare to nurture the interconnected well-being of our humanity and planet. Dr Young is the 2012 recipient of the International Pfeffer Peace Prize and the 2017 recipient of the Singapore Medical Association Merit Award for contributions in social service to communities.

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  • All participants are required to register for a ticket. Each ticket admits 1 person only.
  • Arrive 10 mins before the session commences. Seats of late attendees may be given to waitlist.
  • NLB reserves the right to deny entry to participants who do not abide by the ground rules.
  • Please note that photos and/or videos of this programme and its participants may be taken.