[SRP-SIG] Self-Care for Practitioners in a Time of COVID: A peer brainstorming and sharing session

Topic: Self-Care for Practitioners in a Time of COVID: A peer brainstorming and sharing session
Date: 23 September 2021 (Thursday)
Time: 8pm – 9pm
Delivery: Live Online Session via Zoom
Only SRP Members are invited.
Please email to sig@singaporepsychologicalsociety.com to register.
Zoom details will be emailed to successful registrants 2 days before the event.


For the first time outside a global war, practitioners and service users all over the world are in the same storm, if not the exact same boat. Elements of burnout, anxiety, elevated stress, and despondence are pervasive, but this set of experiences is hard to name and address.

This session is an opportunity for us to collectively explore what we are going through and share tips on how we are riding through unprecedented times. As an SRP-only event, you will be in the company of practicing psychologists of all stripes. We hope that the synthesis of our ideas will shine a way forward for ourselves, and possibly our clients as well.

Mr Benjamin Low Chu Yan
Clinical Psychologist

About the Speaker

Benjamin provides adult psychological services for psychiatric and psychosomatic issues, workplace challenges, as well as corporate psychological services. His clinical experience covers in-house practice in a multinational corporation, private outpatient practice, and inpatient and outpatient care at a general hospital (psychiatric, pain, gastroenterology services) along with a tertiary psychiatric hospital.

Benjamin is also active in academia. He currently teaches subjects on research methods and biopsychosocial connections in physical and mental health. On the research front, Benjamin has several conference and journal proceedings, and he is currently focused on novel treatments for insomnia. Above all, Benjamin’s endeavours are premised on the belief that we can make a better world, together.


  • 23/09/2021
    8:00 pm - 9:00 pm