Clarity Homepage Slideshow 20200415
COVID-19 Donation - Web Banner.png
Mental Wellness and Faith on the Challenges of COVID-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives in the way we interact, work and study. For many of us, having to manage these changes in our comfortable state can be challenging.
During this time, too, questions such as, “Where is God in this?”, “Where can I find God in this?” started to come up…
So, how do we cope with challenges from faith standpoint?
Catholic.sg in collaboration with Clarity Singapore brought to you a live talk show on this topic on youtube https://youtu.be/KzgPDEeeNgs.
Tune in to find what makes sense of what’s going on!
Breathe Your Way to Better Mental Health
How can breath be helpful for mental health?
Breathing exercises are a good way to relax and natural tools to combat issues like stress and anxiety, and reduce tension. With the right and regular breathing exercises, you can regain your quality of life and control over your mental health.
Let’s look at several breathing exercises you can do at any point during your day and the wonder of these breathing exercises in My Mental Health. So, start practising, take a deep breath in… And out!
Telltale Signs That Your Child Is Stressed
Children learn how to respond to stress as they grow and develop. Many stressful life events, such as this stressful COVID-19 period that an adult can manage will cause stress in a child. Small changes such as not being able to mingle with peers can impact a child's feelings of safety and security.
Parents play an essential role when it comes to looking after their children's emotional health, including keeping their stress to a healthy minimum by learning to recognise the signs of stress.
Find out how to recognise the warning signs of stress in children in My Mental Health.
Keep Calm and Carry On
The COVID-19 pandemic has unleashed extraordinary stressors in our daily lives as we know it.
Nevertheless, it is important to learn how to manage our stress in order to carry on with our lives. The article Keep Calm and Carry On in My Mental Health talks through about stress and how to manage it.
My Mental Health is a newly launched microsite by Temasek Foundation in collaboration with AIC as COVID-19 mental health resources.
It serves as a one-stop portal containing comprehensive information on various mental health issues, how to identify these issues, tips on managing mental health and a directory of resources and services for those who need to seek help.
Improving Mental Wellness during Circuit Breaker
The global pandemic has had significant impact in our lives. Work-from-home policies, home-based learning, safe distancing from extended family and friends, interpersonal conflicts arising from prolonged close quarter living and uncertainty of job and financial stability in the near future creates increasing levels of stress and anxiety.
In this time of circuit breaker, as we cope with our emotional distress, we can understand our own emotional needs better by learning new therapeutic tools to help us to think, feel and respond better to ourselves and to others around us. Mindhealth@ClaritySG is an online resource that can help you improve your mental wellness.
Clarity Singapore helps beneficiaries suffering from mental health issues and needs donations for therapy programmes, counselling, public talks as well as psycho-education training workshops for our caregivers. All donations are greatly appreciated and will help us to reach out to more mentally distressed people in Singapore.
You can help us in several ways by volunteering your time, talents and network. You have to be at least 15 years old and have a positive attitude towards helping the marginalized and a good learning attitude.
Mindhealth@ClaritySG is Singapore's first online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) based programme, created to commemorate the World Mental Health Day.
This programme offers individualised therapeutic learning with professional therapist feedbacks. Through Mindhealth@ClaritySG, we hope to provide the community with an alternative self-help avenue for people struggling with mood disorders and also increase the availability of therapeutic mental health resources.
To find out more:
T: 6757 7990