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Women's Mental Health Free Webinar

Did you know? 

1. Women are more likely to experience higher level of stress than men.

2. Women are more likely to report physical and emotional symptoms of stress as compared to men.

3. Married women have been reported experiencing higher level of stress as compared to single women.

Do you often feel overwhelmed, depressed, or anxious?😔 Are there times where you feel like an empty shell wanting to isolate yourself from the world?😢 Do you also find it difficult to connect with others? If so, it may indicate that certain needs aren’t being addressed.

Women are primarily known for putting others first. But when it comes to your health, particularly mental health, how many of us are able to prioritise ourselves for better well-being? While caring and taking care of our loved ones can be very rewarding, if not managed adequately, it can also be our source of stress. 😔


Major life transitions such as adjusting to marriage life, dealing with pregnancy, motherhood and menopause can create physical and emotional stresses for women. Not only that, negative life experiences such as trauma, violence, infertility and perinatal loss, poverty, discrimination, unemployment and isolation can also have a negative impact on women’s mental health and wellbeing. This can put you at higher risk for mental and physical health issues such as depression, anxiety, PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder), heart diseases, strokes, and suicidal thoughts.

Therefore, it is key and important to prioritise your own needs and know that it’s okay to speak up when you need the support. ❤️❤️❤️

In this webinar, you will learn: 🙋🏼‍♀️

1. How to prioritise on your needs related to mental health issues and well-being. 

2.  Signs to know when your mental health is not okay

3. Factors that can lead to poor mental health 

4. Ways to effcetively deal and manage your mental health and well-being

👩🏻‍🦰👱🏼‍♂️All men and women are invited to join.

Event Details

EVENT NAME Women’s Mental Health Free Webinar

DATE – 7th and 8th Oct 2021(Two days)

TIME – 8.30pm-9.30pm

VENUE – Online Event

SPEAKER – Ms. Sarah, Clinical Psychologist

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