A Mom’s Guide To Getting Back To Work
29 Sep 2021
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
29 Sep 2021 4:00 pm
After an extended maternity leave or even a prolonged period of Work-From-Home due to the pandemic, mothers often struggle to create new routines balancing both motherhood and the rigours of work. The good news is, you do not have to take this journey alone.
Join us in this Nectar Circle as Dr Yeow May Tan, a Clinical Psychologist from Annabelle Psychology, shares some tips on how mothers can go back into the workforce while managing their baby.
Dr Tan will be covering some of these concerns:
- How do mothers juggle work and their babies on a work day, especially during the first 12 months?
- How can working mothers deal with the pressures and conflicts surrounding them?
- How do you split your "mental capacity" between your child and your work?
About the Speaker:
Dr Yeow May Tan is a Clinical Psychologist in Singapore accredited by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
She has clinical experience providing individual and group therapy to persons struggling with Personality Disorders, Mood and Anxiety issues, adjustment, psychosis and trauma related problems, and individuals experiencing stress, interpersonal and familial difficulties, self-harm and existential issues. Over her years of practice, she developed a strong appreciation for the value of utilising dynamic and interpersonal approaches, as these address underlying issues that often manifest as problematic psychological symptoms. Dr Tan believes that psychotherapy is a collaborative and dynamic process that allows for greater self-understanding in navigating distress and difficulties.
Dr Tan is also a working mother herself and she has a bunch of experience in striking the perfect balance between her mommy duties and work.