Zhengqin Goh | Deputy Head, Health & Wellbeing
National University of Singapore

Zhengqin Goh, Deputy Head, Health & Wellbeing, National University of Singapore

Zhengqin is the Deputy Head of the Health & Wellbeing Team (HWB) at the National University of Singapore (NUS).  He is a Clinical Psychologist who had worked at the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) where he developed his clinical practice and gained forensic experience. He later joined Yale-NUS College where he served as the Head of the Counselling team.  He has since assumed his current role in his alma mater. He holds a Master of Psychology (Clinical) degree and is certified in practicing Eye-Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) by the EMDR Institute, USA. He has practiced with a variety of therapeutic approaches, and conducted trainings and workshops within and outside of the organisations he has worked in.  He had been trained as a National Care Officer and was formerly a Human Emergency Assistance and Response Team (HEART) team lead under SGSecure. In his free time, he prioritizes and enjoys being with his family and his multiple pets (furries and creepy crawlies). And as opportunities present, he indulges in playing acoustic guitar, reading, skipping and inline skating. 


EDUtech Asia 2024 Conference Day 1 @ 17:05

Panel – Hidden figures: The impact of wellbeing on academic performances

  • Examining the correlation of mental health on academic results
  • Emphasising the importance of a positive and supportive campus culture
  • Exploring how digital tools, apps, and platforms can aid mental health and wellness.
  • Strategies for universities to adopt holistic approaches that address physical, mental, and emotional health
last published: 05/Jun/24 08:15 GMT

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