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Exploring the 'Me' before becoming the 'We'

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SCWO Centre - Room 1

96 Waterloo Street

Singapore, 187967

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In this therapeutic workshop, participants will explore their emerging identities as a single person, as well as identify emotional occurrences that create ‘blockages’ in forming and sustaining relationships.

We also explore the psychological effects of dating in today’s society, especially with the use of social media platforms to form connections. Do government incentives and dating apps truly help us in the quest for love?


About the Facilitator:

Marissa Teo is a multi-modal, creative arts therapist and the founder of Acting Up. Her qualifications include a Masters in Experiential and Creative Arts Therapy from The MIECAT Institute and a 2nd Upper Honours Degree in Psychology with Sociology. Marissa is a professional member of the Australia New Zealand Art Therapists Association (ANZATA) and a therapist for The Red Pencil, providing arts-based therapy for underprivileged children and youth across Asia. She has attended drama training at the former Drama Plus YouTheatre from 1996-2001, and attained certification levels 1 and 2 in Forum Theatre Training from Dramabox in 2012 and 2014 respectively. Marissa has a wealth of experience working with the emotionally vulnerable in therapeutic settings, using the various forms of the arts as a medium for therapy and engagement.

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SCWO Centre - Room 1

96 Waterloo Street

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