Welcome to ThriveSg’s Emotional Resilience Transformational Journey (ERTJ)
We provide a safe space for self-discovery, to learn & grow emotionally with trusted peers led by our trained facilitators over six sessions. Learn
Six Saturdays from 29 June to 3 August 2024
Venue: 18 Verdun Road, Cru Center, Level 3 (Timothy 1)
Who is it For? Tertiary students and young working professionals (17-35 years old)
( Course Fees include ThriveSg Emotional Resilience Manual, 2 lunches & 4 tea-breaks. )
Due to limited spaces, do email us at email@example.com to reserve your space for the upcoming ERTJ 2024 so you won’t miss out! Your early reservation will ensure you are eligible for early bird prices.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pamela Koh is the Founder & Clinical Director of ThriveSg. She’s a registered counsellor & clinical supervisor with the Singapore Association of Counselling (SAC) & a certified therapist in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR). Pamela specialises in working with all kinds of trauma and grief-related issues that often underlies mental health issues like anxiety, depression, addiction and eating disorders.
For more information on the course and our our course facilitators, please please download the flyer.
Heart-felt video testimonials from participants of ERTJ 2023, with all 6 face-to face sessions and our founder, Pamela Koh, shared new content she created on healing our inner child/s to heal from traumas. Video edited by our ThriveSg Volunteers- Anya Chua; Filmed by Keyla Supharta & Wei Hao.
Heart-felt video testimonials from participants of ERTJ 2022, where we had blended format of face to face & online sessions. Video created by Germaine Wong (ThriveSg Volunteer).
We were so blessed to have had these handmade pouches created by one of our friends.
Inside this welcome pack, each participant received an ERTJ handbook, some stationary and other gifts!
I really enjoyed the workshop as there were multiple handles provided to process my emotions and rethink certain assumptions I have of others and of my inner thoughts. I enjoyed the friendships made and how universal this course was in bringing people from different stages of life to talk about emotions. (Lena Koh, 25)
I am so grateful for my group members and my small group facilitator, Yoon Mei for creating a safe environment online and in-person that made me feel like I could share freely without judgement. I am affirmed and encouraged each time I share an experience or an application of a lesson by my own ability to articulate & process my emotions. I appreciate my group members for validating my sharing. All the sessions in the workshop were clearly structured and packed with useful breakdowns & practical tips for each topic that we could apply and practice in our lives. Pam, Florence and Yoon Mei were wonderful facilitators and I would miss them very much! (Jane Lo, 23)
Thank you for everything! I had so much fun sharing and learning. I love the left hand child right hand compassionate adult practice. It was very helpful to me in navigating my thoughts. (Charmaine Tan, 23)
I really enjoyed our small group sharing. Each group had a facilitator, it helped the experience feel more hands-on. The sharing group sessions were really helpful in processing and making friendships, which is the highlight of the course. (Bianca Chua, 22)
I enjoyed the group discussions. I think Pamela's content was very practical. (Jaclyn Ee, 30)
I gained useful knowledge about ourselves and practical ways to apply what we have learnt. (Anonymous, 25)
It was a really safe space to share. It gave me a lot of resources to be able to accurately name my emotions, befriend them and suggest healthy coping mechanisms for them. (Raelene Kong, 24).
I liked HACKS, boundaries and vagal tone which we learnt during the course. These 3 techniques helped me identify my emotions and how to keep myself emotionally & physically safe. My small group facilitator, Serene was very validating and patient with us. She was very timely in her prompting which helped us to share even more openly (Javirea Lo, 21)
Thank you very much for all the effort and time as well as sharing your expertise, though i am joining from a different country I was able to understand well and the group dynamic was good. The line-up of topics was helpful and practical exercises have been useful for me. (Dorothy Mae from Philippines, 30)
The knowledge shared by counsellors on various traumas, their causes, and effects, followed by the solutions. (Aline Ang, 22)
My small group's willingness to participate and their open-minded nature in sharing their experiences and listening to the experiences of others. Pamela was extremely encouraging, which I think contributed to this friendly no-judgment environment. (N.G, 23)
All the emotion hacks that guide us to explore our emotions. Before the course, the only way for me to realise my emotion is to feel it. But thought out the course I learn skills like CRC, thoughs hacks etc. These skills enable me to process my emotion in a different way and to explore deeper what is in my mind. (Jasmine Wong from Hong Kong, 21)
I learnt how practicing self-compassion can help me face shame and lead to healthy emotions and sense of responsibility which is what my family wants. I appreciate the main trainer, the good sharing atmosphere, balance group time and helpful content. (Kenny Chen from Hong Kong, 28)
I enjoyed the group sharing time with people that I feel safe with. (Lo Wing Yu from Hong Kong, 29)
The different checklists provided help me effectively notice my emotions more. (Ion Wong from Hong Kong, 27)
The CRC framework for processing emotions, concept of small T and big T have been really helpful for me. I also learn to be more more aware what emotions are behind my cognitive distortion. My small group facilitator, August make me feel comfortable, accepted so I can feel safe to share myself, she was a great facilitator and counsellor. (Ivan Lee from Hong Kong, 33)
I appreciate my small group facilitator, Kate for leading all the group discussions and journeying with us. The hacks and tools learnt are practical and help me to identify and manage my emotions better. (Sarah Ng, 21)
let us know your interest and we will keep you informed of our next run. If your organization has a group of 15 or more participants, email us if you like us to run the course for your group.
ThriveSg serves young people (17-25) from all walks of life and of different faiths. We believe that everyone has the capacity to thrive significantly when empowered and supported through growing in self-discovery, emotional wellness and resilience, and mental health.
ThriveSg champions a help-seeking culture through advocating a growth perspective towards counselling, to overcome the stigma of mental illnesses and emotional challenges.
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