ThriveSg seeks to empower young people to thrive significantly by promoting emotional wellness & resilience, through cultivating self-discovery, providing emotional healing and supporting personal growth.
ThriveSg champions a help-seeking culture through advocating a growth perspective towards counselling, to overcome the stigma of mental illnesses and emotional challenges.
Proudly known as “Thrivers,” our tribe invites you to join them on this healing journey of authenticity, compassion, commitment and purpose. A "Thriver" is someone who is proactive and courageous in seeking the support they need to overcome and grow through challenges to live a meaningful life.
Many of us go through life unaware—of the emotions we’re really feeling, the things that triggers us negatively, the boundaries we need.
Yet, it is this awareness that builds emotional resiliency and intelligence which helps us thrive in life. Join us on this 6-week transformational journey, and cultivate the skills needed to be the best version of yourself!
Where? 18 Verdun Road, S207280, Level 3 Cru Centre
How Much? $60, full price / $50 early bird** (Sponsorship is available upon request after registration)
*Welcome Retreats on 23 June & 9 September will be from 10am–4pm with lunch provided
**Early bird for Uni students closes 26 May, registration closes 4 June; Early bird for Poly students closes 9 August, registration closes 26 AugustSign up here!
We want to support & empower tertiary, pre-university & university students through providing talks, workshops, coaching and counselling services towards emotional wellness, resilience and growth.
We also want to journey with those struggling with issues, not limited to but including:
Download our e-brochure here.
Let us know what kind of support you need and we will be in touch with you.
1Our volunteer counsellors are either registered with the Singapore Association for Counselling, or have 2 or more years of experience.
2To be offered in the near future.Reach out to our Thriver's Tribe!
“In life, we will have problems. It’s all about our capacity to cope. Some of us have a higher capacity to cope. I call it PhD or perfectly hidden depression."
- Pamela Koh, founder of ThriveSgRead the full story here
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