Embracing Challenges with Resilience (3 June 2021)
The current pandemic may cause us to feel varying levels of worry and stress.
As we transition back to a 'new normal', how we cope with these emotions can affect our mental wellbeing. While you may not always be able to avoid the stressors that occur on your journey towards being debt-free, you can take proactive and positive steps to manage these challenges resiliently.
Attend this webinar and learn how you can maintain your mental wellbeing.
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This webinar will be presented by Singapore Association of Mental Health.
Guest Speaker: Pathma Thanapallam
Pathma Thanapallam is a Senior Case Worker in the Mobile Support Team at the Singapore Association for Mental Health.
Having been in the social service sector for more than 16 years, he is driven by the values of compassion and kindness, as he works with clients and their families, for rehabilitation, reintegration and better wellbeing. He served extensively in the disability sector as a Training Officer with the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore; the youth and children sector as a Case Worker with Beyond Social Services; the prisons sector as a Manager for the Restorative Justice Programme with Beyond Social Services. Prior to entering the social service sector, he served in the Singapore Armed Forces as a Commissioned Officer before moving to work in the corporate sector in the United States of America (USA). Pathma has delivered several external talks, including as a panelist at public forums and the at 2017’s Singapore Mental Health Conference.
He holds a Bachelor of Science (Training and Development) and a Master in Education (Community Services) from the University of Central Oklahoma, USA. He also has a Diploma in Disability Studies from the University of Sydney, Australia.