Promoting the well-being of all students through a proactive and enabling culture.
Our one-stop page for students to learn about the various well-being support SUSS has to offer.
A full-day event providing youths with resources to practice self-care and build resilience.
The collective aims to build a supportive world where everyone can receive and give support to one another through participating in growth circles.
Campus peer supporters promoting student well-being through outreach initiatives and lending a listening ear to peers in need.
Befriending support for freshmen as they settle into the University.
Various engagements and bite-sized workshops for all students focusing on mental, emotional, physical, and social well-being.
Mental health and wellbeing workshops and training curated to support students in their community engagement.
Mental health projects spearheaded by students as part of the community engagement programme.
This study examines the opportunities and challenges in the growing mature workforce in Singapore.”
This study examined whether national income inequality moderated the effects of affluence on subjective well-being.
The study explored and compared the personality traits and heart rate variability between athletes and non-athletes.
We can and should create better support systems for youth mental health. We examine how, featuring insights from our faculty.
With the lines between home and work blurred in our march towards a post-pandemic world, we shine the spotlight on workplace mental health.
Discuss the impact of mental health on the community with our speakers.
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C-three offers individual counselling, and life coaching for clients to discuss their concerns in a safe environment. Check out their resources here.
SUSS's counselling centre providing Counselling and Life-coaching services to promote mental wellness and resilience, manage specific concerns or crisis, and for personal discovery and growth.
Tel: 6248 1600 (9.00am - 5.30pm)Email: email@example.com
(Staff can also seek professional consultation and support through SUSS Employee Assistance Programme (EAP). Please refer to the information found on mySUSS for further details.)
Students may connect with the OWLs via the following channels:
Institute of Mental Health
Open to public who come into contact with individuals who are experiencing any mental health crisis.
Samaritans of Singapore
Provide emotional support for individuals having difficulty coping during a crisis, thinking of suicide or affected by suicide.
1800-221-4444 (24-hour)1-767 (1-SOS)
National CARE Hotline
Provide psychological and emotional support to those who may need a listening ear during the COVID-19 outbreak.
6386 1928 or 6509 0271
(Mon – Fri, 9am to 5pm, except on public holidays)
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