Exploring the Dimensions of Mental Health: Seminar Series on the Safety & Well-Being of Young Children

In a concerted effort to deepen awareness and understanding of mental health issues affecting young children, the seminar series on the Safety & Well-Being of Young Children (CLE4073) provides a comprehensive platform for participants to delve into specific mental health concerns. This enlightening series, scheduled for three weeks on Mondays (9th, 16th, and 23rd of October 2023) from 3 pm to 4.30 pm, aims to empower early years professionals and the community to advocate effectively for the well-being of our youngest members.

Objectives of the Seminar Series:

  1. Clarifying the Essence: The primary objective is to elucidate the fundamental aspects of specific mental health issues. By providing participants with a profound understanding, the series seeks to demystify the complexities surrounding mental health concerns in young children.
  2. Examining Community Impact: Understanding the broader impact of mental health issues within the community and among early years professionals is crucial. Through insightful discussions, the seminar series will shed light on how these issues reverberate through different spheres of influence.
  3. Identifying Actionable Approaches: Equipping participants with practical strategies to advocate for specific mental health issues forms the core of the seminar series. Empowered with actionable insights, attendees can actively contribute to creating a supportive and nurturing environment for young children.

Delivery and Participants:

The seminar series will be conducted online via Microsoft Teams, providing a convenient and accessible platform for lecturers and students of CLE4073 from various campuses (SCSJ, SCKL, SCPG, & SCSWK). This diverse participation ensures a rich exchange of perspectives and experiences, contributing to a holistic understanding of the subject matter.

By the end of this seminar series, participants are expected to emerge with a deeper appreciation of the mental health challenges faced by young children, equipped with the knowledge and tools to make a positive impact within their communities and professional spheres. This initiative underscores the commitment of SEGi University to fostering a holistic educational environment that prioritizes the well-being of future generations.

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