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Don't just sleep on it – Find out the secrets to overcoming insomnia and achieving more restful nights for yourself!
Difficulty staying asleep through the night; constantly counting down the hours to sunrise or feeling tired even after you're awake – These are some common symptoms of sleep disorders.
At this session, Clinical Psychologist Dr Soon Siew Peng from Changi General Hospital will explain more about one of the common sleep disorders, insomnia. She will also touch on:
Towards the end of the session, there will also be a short sharing about the GPFirst Programme, a national programme that encourages the community to seek the first point of medical care at a general practitioner (GP) for mild to moderate conditions.
This programme is suitable for those aged 50 and above, and is organised in collaboration with National Library Board. Disclaimer: All content and advice shared during the programme are for informational purposes only. They are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
1500hr – Introduction by Librarian
1505hr – Sharing by Speaker
1605hr – Q&A 1620hr – Sharing by CGH GPFirst Programme
1630hr – Closing Remarks
Soon Siew Peng is a Senior Clinical Psychologist with the Health Wellness
Programme (ASCAT) at Changi General Hospital. She has over a decade of
experience in psychology across clinical practice, teaching, supervision and
research. She provides psychological therapy to patients with a broad range of
psychiatric conditions and is involved in the development and delivery of
mental health training programmes, to upskill healthcare professionals within
SingHealth and the eastern region of Singapore.
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