Singula Institute hosted a Social Impact event in collaboration with The Rodham Institute, The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation, NAMI-NYC, and NAMI Maryland for a screening of the award-winning film Normalized, followed by a robust discussion of the BioPsychoSocial dimensions of mental health, including epigenetics, self-identity, race, class, and trauma. View a summary of the event here
Singula Institute had the honor of ringing the NASDAQ Closing Bell on May 26, to close out mental health awareness month.
Dr. Lener was invited by Saks Fifth Avenue Foundation and Bring Change to Mind to discuss mental health and managing stress in the workplace. Moderated by Saks Fifth Avenue’s People Business Partners, Dr. Lener provided the Saks teams with tools to help navigate the new normal and feel empowered to assess their personal wellbeing.
Dr. Lener addressed the different ways that we experience loss, walked through the stages of grief, differentiated grief from depression, and addressed the ways that the global pandemic has caused disruptions in the process, with an emphasis on providing concrete ways to mitigate the emotional pain.
Founder and CEO, Dr. Marc Lener provided an invited talk to the AGUA Swimming Team at Asphalt Green about how anxiety can impact (positive and negative) athletic training and performance.
Co-Founder and CEO, Dr. Marc Lener provided an invited seminar workshop to Psychologists at the Maryland Psychological Association (MPA) Convention on Biopsychosocial Interventions for Depression and Anxiety.
Founded in 2008, WUHC has grown to become the University of Pennsylvania’s premier healthcare organization, serving members from all 4 undergraduate schools. WUHC is a thriving healthcare community that seeks to foster future healthcare leaders by providing a space for smart discussion, collaborative problem-solving, and mutual support.
Dr. Lener hosted an intimate fundraising event in tandem with the grand opening of Singular. To learn more about how you can work with Singula, contact us today.