Work In Progress 2.3 - #BurnOut? From Burning Out to Burning On !

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Overview
Work is real, over work is also real. More young professionals have been reported to be suffering from burn out due to work stress, lack of rest, poor job fit, overwhelming expectations and other factors. Let’s not take burn out lightly! Find out how you can deal with and avoid burn out as well as how to live more consciously. Let’s CHAT!

Aim:
Awareness of the possibility of burnout among young working professionals
Access to practical coping strategies to prevent burnout and living well

When: 14 Dec 2018, Friday, 7pm (Registration Starts 6:30pm)
Where: CHAT Hub, *SCAPE 2 Orchard Link #05-05 S(237978)
Who: Young Working Adults, Fresh Graduates and Final Year Students of Institutes of Higher Learning

Event Format
- Listen to the recovery stories of 4 individuals in lightning style
- Get close and intimate with our invited guests in human library style
- Hear from fellow audience members and guests in a closing plenary
- Share your story (optional) with us in open-mic style

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About CHAT
Community Health Assessment Team (CHAT) is a national youth mental health outreach and assessment programme. Our team of mental healthcare professionals is dedicated to promoting Awareness of mental health illness, improving Access to mental health resources and providing personalised and confidential mental health checks (Assessment) for young people aged 16 to 30 aged years old. With a centre (CHAT Hub) at *SCAPE Orchard, our services also include extensive outreach programmes and collaborations with passionate young people and various community partners.
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  • The event description was updated. Diff#385867 2018-11-08 00:34:39
Fri Dec 14, 2018
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM SGT
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Venue
Chat Hub (Youth Mind)
Tickets
General Admission
Venue Address
*Scape, 2 Orchard Link #05-05 Singapore 237978 (CHAT Hub) Singapore
Organizer
#letsCHATsg
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