Positive Psychology-Based Resilience Workshop

Through this half-day workshop, participants will learn about the science of wellbeing and better understand what self-care means. They will also be guided through a facilitated series of reflections and positive psychology- based practices that will empower them to recharge and feel rejuvenated.

Through this customised workshop, participants will learn about the science of wellbeing and better understand what self-care means. They will also be guided through a facilitated series of reflections and positive psychology-based practices that will empower them to recharge and feel rejuvenated


Learning Objectives

Through this programme, participants will be able to:

  • Practice mindfulness to create greater emotional regulation
  • Learn how to manage stress and anxiety effectively 
  • Understand the importance of self-reflection and self-care
  • Experience how to look inwards to manage conflict
  • Learn and practice science-based practices to make self-care more effective 


Participants will be taken through a guided reflection, where they will be asked to think on the various challenging scenarios they experience at work and at home, and to mindfully pay attention to their narratives, emotions and results that they create. Participants will also reflect on their conflict management styles and the situations in which they practice unhealthy conflict management styles and thinking traps


Topics and Activities

  • Understanding self-care
    • What it is and what is isn’t
    • Unboxing the self-care package (essential oil roll-on, chamomile facial spray, tea sachet, reminder cards)
  • Managing Stress and Anxiety Effectively
    • The science behind stress and anxiety
    • Research-based techniques to overcome stress and anxiety
  • Mindfulness and Savouring
    • The science behind mindfulness and savouring
    • Using mindfulness techniques for greater emotional regulation
  • Self-reflection and our conflict management styles
    • Activity: Guided reflection + journalling (Identifying your conflict management style)
  • Managing Conflict: Looking inward to manage outward
    • Activity: Guided reflection + journalling

Who Should Attend

  • Managers looking to strengthen their teams through resilience coaching
  • Working professionals who would like to increase their personal effectiveness
  • Coaches & Counsellors

Email us at: enquiry@lifeskillsinstitute.sg to customised a workshop for you and your organisation

Increase Levels of Resilience

Develop Growth Mindsets

Evidence-based Approach


Claire Ong

Co-founder, Lead Coach

Claire is a lead trainer and coach. She specializes in designing and delivering programs in Positive Psychology, Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), and Coaching.

Claire holds a Masters of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) from the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn), where she studied under the founding Professor of the field, Dr Martin Seligman, and other leading Professors including Angela Duckworth and Adam Grant.

She is an associate faculty at Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) and the School of Positive Psychology, where she teaches Social-Emotional Learning and Positive Psychology in Coaching and is a certified ontological coach with Newfield Network.

Claire has led training programs for both schools and corporates. Her previous clients include Hwa Chong Institution, Singhealth, National Healthcare Group and Novartis. She has also worked with the Family Justice Courts and Singapore Prison Service to embed Positive Psychology in public services.

Tan Heng Yang

Director, Programs & Community Engagement

Heng Yang is a trainer and coach with more than 15 years of experience in education, consulting, and training and development industry.

Heng Yang holds a Master in Public Administration (MPA) from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, and is trained as an ontological coach with Newfield Network, US. He has been a trainer with the Social Service Institute, as well as an Associate Faculty and Fellow with the Singapore University of Social Sciences, teaching leadership.

Heng Yang has a keen interest in understanding and working with people and the community. This passion has taken him to a range of interesting work in the people, public and private sectors, including research about group identities and experiential learning in the Ministry of Education, as well as training and consultancy projects with Corporates, communities and non-profit organisations to strategically build their capacity for corporate social responsibility, and community engagement.

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