Training & Education

Paradoxical Ideas for Your Mental Health

Dates:
Wednesday, 24 November 2021
Time: 7PM – 9PM (Singapore Time)

Closing date for Registration: 19 November 2021



Venue:
Zoom
Organised and Hosted by EMCC
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Paradoxical Ideas for Your Mental Health

An Online Workshop presented by Dr Daryl Chow

The advice for better mental health that one finds online usually refers to some combination of “exercise, socialise, eat well, think positive and practice mindfulness”. However, you are a unique individual, and what works for “the average person” may not be the best advice for you.

A paradox is a notion or proposition that at first glance appears to be self-contradictory. In this workshop, Australia-based psychologist Dr Daryl Chow will introduce you to some paradoxical counterintuitive ideas to turn “average” advice on its head so that you can personalise them to improve your own mental well-being. 

You will also learn to design a personal paradoxical profile (P3) that is unique to you and will help you to come fully alive.

This online workshop is for people who value their inner life. If you want to be a better person, parent, family member, friend or colleague, and you are keen to take a step further to go beyond the usual advice that one reads online, this workshop is for you. 

 

Fee: $50.00 for Individual

$200.00 for Group of 5

$35.00 for Student / NSF

Dr Daryl Chow, MA, Ph.D. (Psych) is a practising psychologist and trainer. He is a senior associate of the International Center for Clinical Excellence (ICCE). His work is all about being of service and helping people to become better versions of themselves. He is also committed to training and research on the development of expertise and highly effective psychotherapists. Originally from Singapore, he previously worked at the Institute of Mental Health, Mt Elizabeth Hospital, Redemptorist Youth Mission Team and the Singapore Sports School.

Daryl’s blog, Full Circles (darylchow.com/fullcircles) are musings and reflections on living and what it means to come full alive. His books include The Write to Recovery: Personal Stories & Lessons about Recovery from Mental Health Concerns, The First Kiss: Undoing the Intake Model and Igniting First Sessions in Psychotherapy, Better Results

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