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Public talk on Mindfulness for Wellbeing

Public talk on Mindfulness for Wellbeing

Time: 02:30 PM - 04:00 PM


Mindfulness practice can make you feel happier and find contentment in life, decrease anxiety and depression, and improve moods, concentration, and memory. This in turn makes for fulfilling relationships, boosts the immune system, and reduces the risk of illness from chronic stress.


Programme Outline


  1. What is mindfulness? Practice: mindful eating
  2. How does mindfulness improve mental health and wellbeing? Practice: breathing anchor
  3. How to apply mindfulness in daily life? Practice: ABC (Aware –Balance – Choose)
  4. Q&A




Ms Joy Chen, BSc (Psychology), MSc. Mindfulness teacher and clinical psychologist


Ms Joy Chen is a clinical psychologist registered with the Singapore Psychological Society, currently in private practice in Singapore and Beijing. She provides psychological services both in person and remotely during the pandemic.


Joy is also a mindfulness and compassion meditation practitioner. She is a trained teacher and trainee supervisor in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and has experience in various mindfulness-based and compassion-focused interventions. These include Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training, Mindful Self-Compassion, Compassion-Focused Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She has passion in integrating ancient Eastern wisdom (mindfulness &compassion meditation) with modern Western science(psychology & neuroscience) to enhance mental resilience across ages.




Prof Vincent Chong, visiting consultant in the National University Health System; formerly Professor of Radiology, Yong Loo Lin School Medicine, National University of Singapore


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21 May 2022

Organised By:

Renhai Centre Limited


Online via Zoom

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