Stress Management: Adapting To The New Norm

The ‘Stress Management: Adapting to the New Norm’ event was organised by IMU Mind Matters Club and IMU Cares in conjunction with World Mental Health Day. Conducted on the 9th of October, from 4pm to 5pm, this event was joined by two guest speakers, Professor Dr. Philip George and Professor Marc Archer.

Cahaya Youth Symposium: Symbol of Hope

The Cahaya Youth Symposium: Symbol of Hope was an event whereby participants learnt how to deal with delicate situations. This two-day event consisted of various activities that helped to develop hands-on skills when faced with suicidal individuals. The activities ranged from talks with professionals to roleplay sessions.

Sharrada Segaran

Founding Director

Who Are You?
Currently a 3rd year medical student at the Australian National University.

3 Words That Describe You?
Passionate, Hardworking, Kind

One quote you live by:

“What is meant for you will always be yours”

Why Be A Part of Mind Matters?

It is a platform for youth to voice out, be heard and taken seriously. A safe space for like minded people to network and express themselves freely.

More about me:

  1. Chair of the NCMW Youth Wing
  2. Represented Malaysia in the ECOSOC Youth Forum, Asean University Student Council Union and Global Youth Summit.
  3. Co-authored the Handbook on Youth Mental Health
  4. Featured by UNICEF and World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) international.