Our self-care programmes are focused on developing skill sets to enhance psychological resistance and foster resilience.
Through the programmes, individuals will:
We offer a variety of topics with the likes of choosing joy, engaging in self-care, learning mindfulness techniques, exploring how best to manage stress and managing difficult emotions, our bite-sized sessions aim to create awareness on why mental health matters for every employee in the organisation.
This talk will enable participants to:
Individuals who are interested in gaining awareness on how empathy can build quality relationships with others and gain tips on how to demonstrate empathy to others and oneself.
Being empathic is a vulnerable choice we make to share the emotions of others. Empathy is the building block of human connection. One of the toughest things to do is not nurturing empathy in us; but it is to communicate empathy. Having the ability to communicate empathically helps us understand how others are feeling and being able to respond appropriately.
Individuals who are interested to develop strategies in creating joy at work.
People intrinsically seek joy. However, we sometimes experience dips in our work life. In moments like this, it is essential for us to rediscover our motivation and reignite the spark of joy at work.
Individuals who are interested to address their own biases towards the stigma of mental health conditions, and take a positive step towards building a more inclusive workplace environment.
Most individuals who receive early identification and intervention for mental health issues show genuine improvement over time and lead productive lives.
Individuals who are interested to apply mindfulness strategies and enjoy its positive effects at work.
Does this sound familiar? Imagine starting to eat a packet of chips and then suddenly all that is left is an empty packet.
Most individuals have experienced this and it is a common example of being on "autopilot". Being mindful is waking up and out of the autopilot state, and to "take the steering wheel" and have your five senses engaged to the situation.
Individuals who are interested to learn what self-care entails and how to practise it in our daily lives.
Burnout does not occur suddenly; it is often gradual. It can cause severe personal and professional consequences. Therefore, it is important for one to deliberately take time to care for themselves as well as others at work.
Individuals who are interested to develop knowledge and skills to manage acute and chronic stress, and to thrive in the workplace.
We encounter multiple stressors at work such as: tight timelines, changes in portfolio, and difficult relationships with either bosses, colleagues, customers, or clients. Despite these challenges, we want to thrive under such situations.
Healthcare workers who are interested to understand the factors underlying abusive behaviours and learn strategies on how to manage them.
Medical institutions are known to be places of healing and recovery. However, perspectives and expectations have shifted due to the rapid progression of science and medical treatments in recent years. As a result, the emotional and psychological landscapes within the institutions have suffered. The World Medical Association has recently defined violence against HCW "an international emergency that undermines the very foundations of health systems and impacts critically on a patient’s health."
Encountering violent individuals has legal implications and can compromise the moral framework of healthcare workers. With healthcare workers, institution administrations, leaders and government working on this intentionally, this issue that detrimentally affects the healthcare system can be managed and improved.
For more information on the ReXilience® Talks for your organisation, please drop us an email at
firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact number and organisation name.
We aim to respond to your query within 3 working days.
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