JCU Success Workshop (Self Care & Effects of Covid-19 on Mental Health)
It has been more than two years and the world still continues to live alongside with COVID-19. Concerns in mental health and well-being have been on the rise ever since and it is important that everyone practices self-care particularly in our physical, emotional and spiritual mental health and well-being. The aim of this workshop is to understand the effects of COVID-19 on mental health and learn some effective ways in managing life challenges through self-care amid the pandemic.
|Ms Noryn Latif|
Intern Counsellor at JCU Counselling and Progressions Office
Currently Pursuing JCU Master of Guidance and Counselling Manager, Admissions & Registrations
Noryn’s career successively evolves around the corporate field for the past 12 years after graduating with a Bachelor of Business Management at RMIT University in 2009. Her work experiences include namely with a local regulatory body in compliance and audit within the private education sector, as a head hunter in financial services sector and now working as an Admissions and Registration, Manager at the Singapore campus of James Cook University (JCU) since April 2014. She aspires to be in a helping profession hence she pursues Master of Guidance and Counselling, not only to gain insights but also to contribute and reach out to students within the JCU community as well as the society. Noryn hopes to promote positivity and realistic thinking, emotions and actions through the works of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
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