As Mind Science Centre follows Singapore’s stride towards being an COVID-19 endemic nation, we are constantly adapting our key initiatives to suit the growing mental health needs of the country, with the aim to benefit more people across all ages.

In the latest issue of our Newsletter, the spotlight is placed on our vibrant range of research studies. The findings brought great value to Singapore’s mental health scene and some of which have even garnered media attention! Beyond that, we recapped on the interesting events from June to August and we are pleased to let you know that you can now watch the event highlights on our YouTube channel! Recent updates to our existing programmes are highlighted in the respective sections as well.

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We are here to make a difference to Singapore’s mental health scene and we are inviting you to join us in our meaningful cause. Join our mailing list and share the upcoming events with your friends and family!


4th Tow Tiang Seng Distinguished Lecture: Arts for Mental Health

To commemorate World Mental Health Day on 10 October 2021, join us at 2.30pm to hear our keynote speaker Professor Foo Keong Tatt – an Emeritus Consultant at Singapore General Hospital and Clinical Professor at National University of Singapore – speak about ‘The Art of Emotional Balance’! Celebrate this special day with our distinguished speakers as they cover various interesting topics like the ‘Science of Art Therapy’ and ‘Choral Singing is good for mental health’.
*Webinar vacancies are on a first come, first-served basis.

Register NOW!