Webinar: Minding your money: Managing your financial health for a better state of mind
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Webinar: Minding your money: Managing your financial health for a better state of mind

Updated
July 1, 2022
published
April 14, 2022
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mental-health

About the event

If you have ever been worried about your finances, you are not alone. Money matters are one of the leading reasons behind episodes of anxiety and depression. This also happens when your worth as an individual is unfairly measured by the amount of money you have.

When financial pressure builds up, how can you and I manage our mental health better?

In this special session, Endowus is proud to collaborate with Sabrina Ooi, Co-founder & CEO, Calm Collective Asia and Dr. Michelle Cheung, Senior Physician, Raffles Medical Group, as we break down the stigma of mental health through open conversations on the relationship between anxieties and your financial health. They are joined by Brandon Lee, Client Experience Lead of Endowus, with the session hosted by Jamie Lee, Head, Editorial & Content, at Endowus.

Be a part of this important conversation, as our speakers discuss more about:

  • What is mental health and what your money has to do with it
  • The current state of mental health in Singapore
  • Some habits to manage your mental health and improve financial wellness
  • Dealing with financial anxieties that arise from your investment journey
  • The need to normalise mental health conversations

About the speakers

Dr. Michelle Cheung is a Senior Physician at Raffles Medical Group with over 10 years of experience in General Practice. She has clinical interests in Women’s Health, Acute and Chronic Disease Management, as well as Preventive Medicine. Currently Dr Cheung is an active medical volunteer for the Asian Medical Foundation. She appears regularly as a guest speaker for many large corporate and public health events, and is also the author to a number of health columns on social media and newspapers.

Sabrina Ooi is the co-founder & CEO of Calm Collective Asia, an organisation with the mission to normalise mental health conversations amongst professionals. She is a mental health expert by experience, having achieved personal recovery and well-being through her journey with bipolar disorder. Sabrina regularly hosts Calm Collective's community engagement talks and peer support circles. She has been featured in Harper's Bazaar, Tatler, and CNA, and was named a Gen.T Honouree in 2021. Prior to starting Calm Collective during Singapore's 2020 circuit breaker, Sabrina worked in the software industry, and was a professional DJ in the region’s top nightlife establishments.

Jamie Lee is Head of Editorial and Content at Endowus, where she oversees financial literacy curation, as well as content strategy and execution. At the heart of her job is the purpose of demystifying investing so it becomes a more inclusive conversation for all. Jamie also works with the content team to articulate effectively what Endowus stands for in its fee-only mission. She was previously deputy editor at The Business Times, where she spent close to 14 years managing editorial coverage of two major sectors in Singapore: banking & finance, and property. She holds a Master of Arts (Business and Economic Reporting) from New York University’s Stern School of Business and the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.

Brandon Lee is a Client Experience Lead at Endowus. In his role, he works with clients from all walks of life to help them achieve their wealth and investment goals leveraging the Endowus platform. As a father of two young children, financial planning is close to his heart. Having lost a parent to illness, he intimately understands the close links between one’s finances and mental health. A Chartered Alternative Investments Analyst, he graduated from Singapore Management University’s Business School and has more than a decade of experience in the banking and fintech industries.

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