During these unprecedented times, the restricted movement order and the impact of COVID-19 has changed our daily lives. These life adjustments that you have had to adapt to may have brought upon fear, anxiety, and stress. Therefore, it’s more important now than ever to take care of our mental health and each other. Tune into our Instagram Live this Saturday as a panel of professional speakers from various backgrounds share their insight on coping with mental stress.
Nadiah Hanim, OpIS International // Moderator
Well-experienced in NGO and humanitarian work, Nadiah is passionate about issues relating to sustainability, business & human rights, youth empowerment, child rights, protection, and development, as well as access to disability resources.
Sue Anne Lim, Thinkint // Trained Counsellor
Open-minded and genuine, Sue-Anne is a trained counsellor who has explored various industries in her career and voluntary work and uses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Choice Theory Reality Therapy (CTRT) to help her clients cope.
YBhg. Datuk Munirah, PERTIWI // President
The PERTIWI Soup Kitchen project was founded in 2001, to feed the homeless and hard-core poor in Kuala Lumpur, aimed at also providing basic medical services, job placements and other assistance. Her ultimate objective is to help as many as possible to become financially independent.
Kenny Lim, The Befrienders KL // Executive Director
Kenny has volunteered as a Befriender for 22 years with experience in providing emotional support via telephone, e-mail and face to face to those who are in distress and suicidal. He is also a member of the training team; helping train as well as supervise new volunteers.