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A podcast series of conversations with everyday individuals about their mental health journeys, powered by the Singapore Mental Health Film Festival. Through these stories, we hope you will find safe spaces within yourself and your community, to both celebrate the ups and acknowledge the downs in your road to a better mental health.

Visit https://smhff.com to learn more about the organisation. Don't forget to follow us on social media — Facebook: @singaporementalhealthfilmfestival | IG: @smhff | Linkedin: @smhff

#MyMentalCar‪e‬ Singapore Mental Health Film Festival

    • Society & Culture

A podcast series of conversations with everyday individuals about their mental health journeys, powered by the Singapore Mental Health Film Festival. Through these stories, we hope you will find safe spaces within yourself and your community, to both celebrate the ups and acknowledge the downs in your road to a better mental health.

Visit https://smhff.com to learn more about the organisation. Don't forget to follow us on social media — Facebook: @singaporementalhealthfilmfestival | IG: @smhff | Linkedin: @smhff

    #MyMentalCare 06 — A conversation with the Executive Director of SMHFF

    #MyMentalCare 06 — A conversation with the Executive Director of SMHFF

    For our very last episode in this COVID-19 special series, we are joined by Cheryl Tan, the Executive Director of the Singapore Mental Health Film Festival. She shares with us what running the Festival was like during a pandemic, as well as her personal journey of mental health, resilience, and recovery through 2020.

    This series is produced by the Singapore Mental Health Film Festival. To learn more about the organisation, please visit https://smhff.com. SMHFF 2021 is happening 22nd to 30th May 2021. To stay updated on the latest info, don't forget to sign up for our newsletter. You can also follow us on social media — Facebook: @singaporementalhealthfilmfestival | IG: @smhff | Linkedin: @smhff.
    Music produced by Ryan Tan — IG: @rainial

    • 13 min
    #MyMentalCare 05 — A conversation with a preschool educator

    #MyMentalCare 05 — A conversation with a preschool educator

    For our next episode of this COVID-19 special series, we are joined by Cheryl Anne-Ong, a preschool educator and mother to two young children. Cheryl shares with us what it is like navigating teaching young children virtually, while cherishing the time she spent with her own children at home during the pandemic.

    This series is produced by the Singapore Mental Health Film Festival. To learn more about the organisation, please visit https://smhff.com. SMHFF 2021 is happening 22nd to 30th May 2021. To stay updated on the latest info, don't forget to sign up for our newsletter. You can also follow us on social media — Facebook: @singaporementalhealthfilmfestival | IG: @smhff | Linkedin: @smhff.
    Music produced by Ryan Tan — IG: @rainial

    • 18 min
    #MyMentalCare 04 — A conversation with a student studying abroad

    #MyMentalCare 04 — A conversation with a student studying abroad

    In this episode of our COVID-19 special series, Keanna Sharon, a final year student studying dance. Keanna is originally from Indonesia and has been living in Singapore since coming here at the age of 16. With her family located in other countries, she has had to navigate through the pandemic mostly by herself. She shares with us how 2020 has been like for her family and her mental health, as well as how she coped during this difficult period in a foreign country.

    This series is produced by the Singapore Mental Health Film Festival. To learn more about the organisation, please visit https://smhff.com. SMHFF 2021 is happening 22nd to 30th May 2021. To stay updated on the latest info, don't forget to sign up for our newsletter. You can also follow us on social media — Facebook: @singaporementalhealthfilmfestival | IG: @smhff | Linkedin: @smhff.
    Music produced by Ryan Tan — IG: @rainial

    • 14 min
    #MyMentalCare 03 — A conversation with a food and beverage entrepreneur

    #MyMentalCare 03 — A conversation with a food and beverage entrepreneur

    In this episode of our COVID-19 special series, Carmen Low, co-founder of Afterglow, a pioneer plant based restaurant in Singapore, joins us to share about what it was like running a food and beverage business during the circuit breaker period. She also shares how little moments and realisations have sparked a greater sense of gratitude she carries with her till today.

    This series is produced by the Singapore Mental Health Film Festival. To learn more about the organisation, please visit https://smhff.com. SMHFF 2021 is happening 22nd to 30th May 2021. To stay updated on the latest info, don't forget to sign up for our newsletter. You can also follow us on social media — Facebook: @singaporementalhealthfilmfestival | IG: @smhff | Linkedin: @smhff.
    Music produced by Ryan Tan — IG: @rainial

    • 20 min
    #MyMentalCare 02 — A conversation with a hospitality frontline worker

    #MyMentalCare 02 — A conversation with a hospitality frontline worker

    In this COVID-19 special series, we hear from Norlis and her son, Amir, about what it is like being an essential worker during the pandemic and how family has been a pillar support of support during this challenging period.

    This series is produced by the Singapore Mental Health Film Festival. To learn more about the organisation, please visit https://smhff.com. SMHFF 2021 is happening 22nd to 30th May 2021. To stay updated on the latest info, don't forget to sign up for our newsletter. You can also follow us on social media — Facebook: @singaporementalhealthfilmfestival | IG: @smhff | Linkedin: @smhff.
    Music produced by Ryan Tan — IG: @rainial

    • 14 min
    #MyMentalCare 01 — A conversation with a Samaritans of Singapore staff

    #MyMentalCare 01 — A conversation with a Samaritans of Singapore staff

    This is our first episode of the #MyMentalCare Podcast. With 2020 being such a unique year for all of us, we're starting things with a special series of stories from the pandemic. We are joined by Charlene from Samaritans of Singapore, who shares with us how the pandemic has impacted her mental health, and what she has learnt through this journey.

    This series is produced by the Singapore Mental Health Film Festival. To learn more about the organisation, please visit https://smhff.com. SMHFF 2021 is happening 22nd to 30th May 2021. To stay updated on the latest info, don't forget to sign up for our newsletter. You can also follow us on social media — Facebook: @singaporementalhealthfilmfestival | IG: @smhff | Linkedin: @smhff.
    Music produced by Ryan Tan — IG: @rainial

    • 16 min

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