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SCMN Mental Health Open Talk #7

A safe space for all of us to open up, share our thoughts and exchange experiences

A safe space where we learn to cope with negative emotions and to overcome mental struggles together

HOST: Phuong Pham - International Center for Cognitive Development

TOPICS: Overcome your mental stuggles

ONLINE: register on Eventbrite to receive Zoom link (limited spots)

Phuong is a counselor trained in the Person-Centered approach. He completed his Master's in Counseling at the University of Nottingham.
While in the UK, he worked as a sixth form counselor helping young adolescents to cope with anxiety and various stressor around academic performance, family and social pressures. Phuong also worked with The Human Flourishing Project, a non-profit community service founded by staff members of the University of Nottingham that provides free counseling to the people of Nottingham where he worked with clients of a wide range of ages and problems (bipolar, depression, anxiety, PTSD, bereavement). Phuong currently works as a counselor and corporate consultant at the International Center for Cognitive Development.
In his work, Phuong focuses on facilitating self-awareness and getting clients to get in touch with their own process. He strongly believes in the client’s ability to make sense of their own story and choose what’s best for them when met with empathy and unconditional positive regard.

The International Center for Cognitive Development (ICCD) is here to help SE Asian residents and expats make the most of their Individual lives personally, professionally, and academically.
ICCD team offers Psychometric assessments, mental health diagnostics, full psycho-educational evaluations, HR personnel screening, counseling, speech-language intervention, self-help resources, referrals to private care, workshops, and discussion groups to help individuals gain the skills and insights they need to overcome adversity and thrive in their life and learning.
Individuals come to the ICCD with concerns about their education, academic issues, career, language and developmental issues, relationships, health, happiness, motivation, behaviors, stress, trauma, or life decisions. Meeting with a clinician is a chance to explore one's self, and determine possible courses of action or resolution in a respectful and confidential setting.

Understanding the difficult situation we are all going through with the global pandemic and long hard lockdown in Saigon, Phuong will host a live Q&A to help you find the answers and solutions for your current struggles.
Please send in your questions in advance in order to be included in the prepared Q&A. If time allows during the session on Saturday, Phuong will also take questions live at the end of the talk.

Mental Health Open Talk is a biweekly roundtable initiative by Social ChangeMakers Network to offer the public a safe space to talk mental health and discuss solutions, with suggestions and guidance from various mental health professionals on different topic each month.
SCMN is calling for life-coaches, psychologists and therapists who would like to join this pro bono initiative and offer their time and expertise to give back to the community.
We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.

Social Changemakers Network is an exclusive "Do Good.Feel Good.Live Good" networking platform. We are a group of social changemakers who wish to contribute to social good and create positive social impact through meaningful activities.
We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give

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9th October 2021


Online Event