Have you noticed The Invisibles?
About The Invisibles
Just because you can’t see it, it doesn’t mean it isn’t there. And you can’t really tell who is struggling inside too.
People struggling with mental health challenges are often misunderstood. Most face discrimination which keeps them from speaking up and seeking earlier support. How they quietly suffer.
The Invisibles seeks to change this. Join us as we take the first steps in turning the invisible to visible through the venturing into restorative and trauma healing practices, and by discovering the different sides of ourselves.
Together, we can grow and co-create a safer space and place for all of us.
The exhibition is hosted through collaborative efforts of Lutheran Community Care Services, Care Corner Counselling Centre (CCCC), and Trauma Healing Institute, with the aim to promote the importance of mental wellness.
Missing Conversations by Lutheran Community Care Services
People often go through hurts and experience negative effects, without having a space to talk about what they are experiencing.
Beneath the Seen by Care Corner Counselling Centre
Many of us have two (or more) “selves” and it is normal to have some disconnected moments between them but a prolonged and large gap between these different parts can be tiring, create great conflict and dissonance and can take a toll on our mental well-being.
Stage programmes on 21 July, Sunday:
1.30 pm - 'Struggling' Mime by YouthSSConnect and CCCC
1.45 pm - Honest Conversation on Mental Wellness across ages by Balestier Road Seventh-day Adventist Church and CCCC
Virtual Reality Experience only available on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 7 pm.
Invisible Wounds of the Heart by Trauma Healing Institute
Trauma is part of the human experience in a broken world. It is a deep wound of the heart that takes a long time to heal and may arise when we are overwhelmed with intense fear, helplessness or horror.
Bible-based trauma healing programme preview will be conducted on 12 July (full) and 17 July (limited slots), 6.30 pm to 7.10 pm. Register here: