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ReXilience Singapore Programme Overview:
The ReXilience (Singapore) programme encompasses resilience training courses based on available best practices and evidenced-informed models that are tailored to the needs of our clients.
It is focused on strengthening emotional resistance and resilience based on 3 key principles:
1. Raising awareness of the importance of emotional well-being
2. Equipping employees with knowledge and skills to thrive
3. Engaging organisation's leadership in supporting resilience building initiatives
With greater resistance and resilience, individuals and organisations will not only be able to cope successfully under significant change, adversity or risk but also thrive and be future-ready for what's to come.
The ReXilience (Singapore) programme features training courses that are targeted to develop the skills of employees at both personal and organisational levels. Each training course includes instruction, simulation and practice. This combination of lectures and experiential learning through role plays creates a theory-to-practice methodology that ensures participants are able to apply what they have learnt.
The tools include a well-structured, step-by-step approach that equips individuals and organisations with the knowledge and skills to build resilience and thrive, and to provide emotional support to others when needed.
ICISF Programme Overview:
The International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF) is an internationally recognised non-profit NGO based in United States. It has a special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, dedicated to the prevention and mitigation of disabling stress (www.icisf.org).
In 2008, through a Memorandum of Agreement, ICISF establishes CGH as the central local point of contact to provide quality assurance, resource and administrative support for Approved ICISF Crisis Incident Stress Management (CISM) trainings in Singapore.
CISM comprises of multiple crisis intervention components which can be applied in the pre-crisis, acute crisis and post-crisis phases. CISM is applicable to individuals, groups, families, organisations, and even communities. CISM is commonly used in fields such as emergency services, disaster response, military, healthcare, mental health, traumatic stress, police, schools and business organisations.
Mental Health First Aid (Singapore) Programme Overview:
Mental health problems are common, especially depression, anxiety and misuse of alcohol or drugs. However, a great pool of people who are suffering, choose to suffer in silence, not seeking help at all. It is largely due to our social stigma that is associated with mental health. Often, they are ashamed or feel "judged" and therefore are reluctant to discuss mental health problems with their families, friends or colleagues.
With greater community awareness, people will be able to recognise the problems, know what effective treatments are available and will feel more comfortable seeking professional help. Seeking help is not a sign of weakness, in fact, early detection and treatment will bring a high chance of recovery.
Mental Health First Aid is the intial help provided to a person developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis. The first aid is given until appropriate professional treatment is received or until the crisis resolves.