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C3A Mental Well-being Curriculum – Riding the Change of Wave Smiling


Discover how you can strengthen your mental resilience and well-being, which are important factors of successful ageing. Join us to learn about mental well-being and the common issues affecting it. In our daily lives, we may face stressors which affect our ability to experience life in a positive manner and could increase our vulnerability to mental health difficulties. Through experiential learning, this course will help you pick up practical tips to enhance and maintain your mental well-being.

Topics Covered
1. WHY seniors are prone to mental well-being challenges?
• Challenges of Ageing

2. WHAT are the common mental well-being issues faced by seniors?
• Common Mental Well-Being Issues in Seniors

3. HOW to deal with them?
• Successful Ageing and How to Get There
• Overcoming the Challenges of Mental Well-Being
• Tips on Self-Care for Better Mental Well-being

At the end of the course, participants shall:

• Be aware of some most common mental well-being issues faced by seniors and why they occur
• Be able to recognise the signs and symptoms of these mental well-being issues, and know of approaches, techniques and resources to prevent and manage them
• Acquire a positive outlook towards ageing

Course Details

Date: 24 June 2022, Friday
Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm (Lunch break is from 12.00noon to 1.30pm)
Mode of Instruction: In person
Venue: 27A Neil Road, Singapore 088817 (2nd-storey, above Renhai Clinic)
Language: English
Course Fee: $100 nett
(NSA applicants only need to pay $20, which can be offset using your SFC)

We are also pleased to inform you that this course has been accredited for the National Silver Academy (NSA) Subsidy and SkillsFuture credits (SFC).

The NSA subsidy provides a 80% discount for Singaporeans who are 50 years and above. The remaining balance after discount can be paid via your SFC.

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Physician Karen Wee

Karen Wee
BsC, BMed

Physician Karen Wee graduated from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BUCM) in 2010 with degrees in biomedical sciences as well TCM.

She is a registered TCM physician at the Renhai Clinic. Being well trained in both biomedical sciences and TCM, she has helped patients with anxiety and depressive moods through the use of natural therapies. She has been teaching TCM courses in English for 10 years and had co-authored the book 'Chinese Medicine for Health: Pursing the Elixir of Life'

Karen has special interest in:

  • Internal Medicine
  • Women’s and Children’s Health
  • Child Tuina
  • Health Cultivation
  • Acupuncture


Kindly be informed that your registration will be confirmed only upon receiving your registration form and full payment and/or submission of your Skillsfuture Credits (SFC) and/or National Silver Academy claims.

Upon confirmation of your registration and payment, we will send you a confirmation email with details.

Please take note that reservation via email or phone will not be considered as registration.

Modes of Payment

PayNow to UEN No: 201809489W (Renhai Centre Ltd)

Bank: OCBC
Account Name: Renhai Centre Ltd
Account Number: 713-153666-001

Cheque payments must be crossed and made payable to Renhai Centre Ltd
Please indicate the title of the course written at the back of the cheque.
Please send cheque to:
Renhai Centre Limited
27 Neil Road S088817

Cash or Credit Cards (Visa/Mastercard)
Kindly give us a call at 6227 9238 before coming down to make payment.
The Renhai Clinic 仁海堂
27 Neil Road, Singapore 088817
Mon/Fri/Sat: 10.30am – 6.30pm
Tues and Thurs: 10.30am-8.30pm
Closed on Wed, Sun and Public Holidays