/ˈmɛnt(ə)l wɛlˈbiːɪŋ/

Mental well-being is defined as a state of well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community. Regardless of what phase of life you’re in, mental well-being is important, and knowing what it is is crucial.

Join us on 30 August to find out how we can take better care of our mental well-being.


Mr. Bernard Mackenzie
Principal Psychotherapist/Consultant
The Learning Centre Consultancy

Mr. Mackenzie has worked in the social, service and public sectors over the past 17 years with a wide range of clients. His experience in holistic school counselling has given him deep insight into the inter-generational challenges faced today.

He is a trained psychotherapist with a Master of Social Science (Professional Counselling) from Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne. He is an accredited Career Coach, and is certified in personality profiling tools such as DISC and Strong Interest Inventory (SII).

Mr. Cho Ming Xu
Founder and Executive Director
Campus PSY (Peer Support for Youths)

Mr. Cho is the Founder and Executive Director of Campus PSY (Peer Support for Youths), which aims to promote mental health awareness and peer support among youths in the tertiary institutions.

Mr. Cho is also the Co-Chair for the Youth Alliance which worked alongside the National Council of Social Service (NCSS) to run the National Mental Health Anti-Stigma Campaign, “Beyond the Label”.

He has also represented Singapore at numerous international events such as the 4th International Association for Youth Mental Health Conference 2017 in Ireland, Dublin.

Ms. Jane Goh
Assistant Director, Creative Services
Singapore Association for Mental Health (SAMH)

Ms. Goh is the Assistant Director of Creative Services for Singapore Association for Mental Health and has been a mental health practitioner and clinician for 16 years. She has played an instrumental role in establishing preventive programmes that involve integrating expressive approaches with sports and occupational therapy, that has resulted in the pilot launch of 3 creative centres.

Her passion is in creating awareness about mental health and reducing stigma towards it. She is also committed to providing interventions that involve enhancing a person’s self-worth and restoring self-esteem.