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    E-learning for everyone!

    Want to learn more about mental health? Need more insight into how you can support your peers or other young people around you? CHAT has a series of e-learning modules for you, simply browse through the courses below, and click on the topics that interest you. 

    Normal Blues vs Clinical Depression 

    The 2016 Singapore Mental Health Study found that depression is the most common mental illness in Singapore, with one in 16 people having the condition at some point in their lives. Depression is often confused with normal blues, which is even more common and part of our experience being humans.

    If you are looking to find out more about the symptoms, possible causes and treatments of clinical depression, as well as how it is different from normal blues, join us for this module here.  

    Empathy vs Sympathy  

    We often hear the words ‘sympathy’ and ‘empathy’. Have you ever wondered what do those words mean, and whether they are different?

    This module seeks to explain the differences between sympathy and empathy, as well as to differentiate sympathetic and empathetic responses. You will also learn more about the qualities one should have to effectively empathize with others. 

    Join us for this module here. 

    How Stress Affects Mental Well-Being 

    Stress is something that many of us can identify with. Have you ever wondered about the inner workings of your body when you experience stress? Is stress always bad for our mental health?

    This module seeks to help answer those questions. If you are looking to develop a better understanding of the relationship between stress, mental health and our internal bodily processes, join us for this module here 

    Identify Steps Behind Helping a Friend in Distress  

    Have you ever felt stuck when you were trying to support a friend through a difficult period? Hoping to help someone but unsure of how to start or continue the conversation?  

    This module introduces some important steps in helping a friend in distress. You will also learn more about the rationale behind the different steps.

    Join us for this module here 

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