During this webinar SACAP educator, Salma Kathrada, and Taylor’s University Lecturer, Ms. Pang Chia Yee, will discuss the importance of self-care and how to be more present. With their background in counselling and psychology, they delve into the socio-emotional benefits of taking care of yourself and give us a practical activity to make it more attainable.
Ms. Pang Chia Yee
Ms. Pang Chia Yee is a psychology lecturer, researcher and therapist. Her expertise includes gender studies, personal development, sexuality, relationships, mental health, resilience and counselling. She graduated with Master of Arts (Counselling) from University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. In addition, she also holds a BA (Hons) – majoring in Psychology and minor in Philosophy from University of Prince Edward Island, Canada. Ms. Pang Chia Yee has conducted various workshops, training and talks for corporations, schools and the public. She has more than 10+ years of experience in the mental health field.
With a background in education, counselling and psychology, Salma Kathrada has developed an intuitive understanding of people. She has designed and facilitated psychoeducation programmes focusing on key emotional and social skills that empower people to live more authentically. Through the teachings of self-compassion and self-acceptance, she has changed the lives of many, including ex-offenders and unemployed youth within South Africa.
As a counsellor, Salma works with the wellbeing of families, viewing the family as a microcosm of larger society. She believes that many social challenges can be addressed through restoring family relationships.
Acknowledging that change starts with self, Salma upholds the values of authenticity and genuine care.
Focus on your wellbeing
Join us on Wednesday, 7 September 2022 at 14:00 as our speakers focus on wellbeing through self-care and resilience. RSVP here.
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