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149 results found for: mental health, youth social media
Article Finding hope and healing in poetry
By: OLIVIA HO ARTS CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE BOOKS)  05/11/2019
Singapore Writers Festival Poet Theresa Lola wants to help youth start conversations about mental health Social media has widened the reach of poetry, says British-Nigerian poet Theresa Lola. In the same way, it can be used to raise awareness of mental health.   (464 words)
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Article LET'S CHAT ABOUT STRESS / Complications from social media
By: JOYCE TEO,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE MIND & BODY)  25/11/2019
The Institute of Mental Health's youth outreach arm Chat as well as Touch Youth Intervention say more young people are seeking help on mental-health issues When his grandmother died earlier this year, 16-year-old Alan (not his real name) felt distressed, but could not quite describe his feelings.   (1068 words)
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Picture The Straits Times  (OPINION)  12/03/2020
Beyond schools, in the wider public arena, parents and the community also need to shed light on the battles young people are facing and spark public conversations on how best to help them.ateng@sph.com.sgHomeFrontMending teens’ mental health in an online world As Singapore grapples with mental health issues among its youth in the age of social media
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Asia News Network How are millennials coping with mental health-related concerns
By: DR?SAMIR PARIKH,   Hindustan Times (India)  Hindustan Times (India)/Asia News Network  17/07/2019
Most importantly, focus on de-stigmatizing mental health related illnesses and instead promote the parity between mental health and physical health. In summary The reach, influence and impact of social media cannot be evaded. It is a reality of the lives our youth lead and one that should be employed to promote mental health and wellness.   (522 words)
Article Mending teens' mental health in an online world
By: AMELIA TENG EDUCATION CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (OPINION)  12/03/2020
Home Front As Singapore grapples with mental health issues among its youth in the age of social media, it's time to equip students with tools to stay healthy and make the right choices. The age-old pressure to do well in school is not the only thing that bothers students these days.   (1732 words)
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Picture The Straits Times  (BRIEFING)  12/03/2020
LIFE C35 Cyber wellness for teensAs Singapore grapples with mental health issues among its youth in the age of social media, it is time to equip students with tools to stay healthy and make the right choices, says education correspondent Amelia Teng.
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Article Changing the mental health landscape from the ground up
By: TIMOTHY GOH,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  28/01/2020
But the experience left an impact on Mr Cho, who was inspired to work with youth with mental health conditions. Today, he is the founder of Campus PSY, a ground-up social movement set up in 2016 that helps promote mental health awareness and support youth in tertiary institutions.   (790 words)
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Article More youth seek mental health help
By: CHEOW SUE-ANN,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS FRONT PAGE)  22/11/2019
Her post attracted the attention of a youth social worker from the Community Health Assessment Team (Chat), who referred her to a hospital for help. Chat is the youth outreach arm of the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) that caters to those aged between 16 and 30.   (734 words)
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Article Plan to help youth tackle mental health issues
By: TIMOTHY GOH,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  28/01/2020
Since then, the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY) and the National Youth Council (NYC) have reached out to more than 400,000 young people, aged 15 to 35, through online and social media platforms, to understand their visions for the future Singapore.   (726 words)
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Picture The New Paper  (NEWS FRONT PAGE)  22/11/2019
forums, posting about her struggles in the hope that someone who had been through the same experi-ence would be able to help her.Her post attracted the atten-tion of a youth social worker from the Community Health As-sessment Team (Chat), who re-ferred her to a hospital for help.Chat is the youth outreach arm of the Institute of Mental
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