WORKSHOP: “Gen Z can!” Empowering Youths to Achieve

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API Care and Counselling is happy to organise this workshop to help participants gain insights and practical tools for supporting and empowering the next generation as they navigate the complexities of the modern world

For the first time in history, we have a generation of youth that do not know a world without the internet. As true digital natives, they are a unique generation unlike the ones before. We invite you to participate in a workshop that discusses the unique characteristics, talents, and challenges facing Generation Z youth (aged 12 to 27 years).

Explore the profound impact of technology and digital culture, along with the mental health challenges prevalent among Gen Z. Engage in discussions on the importance of career guidance and strategies for fostering resilience and emotional intelligence. Join us to gain insights and practical tools for supporting and empowering the next generation as they navigate the complexities of the modern world.


  • Understand the unique characteristics and traits of Gen Z youth, including their talents, values, preferences, and challenges
  • Examine the mental health challenges faced by Gen Z
  • Discuss the importance of career guidance in helping Gen Z navigate their future paths and make informed decisions
  • Discuss effective ways to relate to and nurture Gen Z while helping them cope with their challenges

Who Should Attend

  • Parents of Gen Z youth
  • Teachers, educators, and coaches working with adolescents and young adults
  • School and university counsellors, career advisors
  • Youth group leaders and mentors
  • Professionals working with youth populations
  • Human resources professionals involved in hiring young talent

About the Speakers

Dr. Loke Keng Choong
PhD (Applied Psychology), MA (Applied Psychology)

Keng Choong works as a counselling psychologist in a government ministry and works primarily with the Gen Z population. He has 20 years of counselling experience in various settings, including the social service and healthcare sectors. He is registered with the Singapore Association for Counselling as a registered counsellor, and the Singapore Psychological Society as a registered psychologist. In addition, he is a registered clinical supervisor with these two professional bodies.


Mr. Lim Cheng Yong
MPsy (Clinical Psychology)

Cheng Yong works as a clinical psychologist with a local hospital after serving as an educator in the local education system for the past 30 years and offering career counselling to Gen Z youth. In his clinical training, he worked with patients with anxiety, depression, and those coping with grief from loss, amongst other mental health conditions. His primary psychotherapy modalities are Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.



Please register using this FORM.



  1. Your place in the workshop will only be secured when payment is received.
  2. Payment needs to be received at least 2 working days before the workshop.
  3. Please note that there will be no refunds should you be unable to attend the workshop. However, your place on the workshop can be replaced by another person in such circumstances.
  4. Please contact the organiser for more enquiries.
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