ASPC - BPCEC Forum 2022

Forum on Work-Life Integration & Mental Health and Wellbeing

Work-life balance or integration? There has been so much talk about balancing work and life. Dr Clive Lim believes that we should focus on work-life integration primarily. He will share with us the “why”, “what”, and “how”.

Whenever we hear the word “mental”, we tend to think of illnesses and their related issues. But, like physical health, mental health is more than dealing with mental illnesses and issues. Eld Bettina Yeap will be sharing with us the “what”, “why”, and “how” to go about building a mentally healthy life.


Date: 19 March 2022 (Saturday)
Time: 1.30pm to 5.00pm
Venue: Level 2 Sanctuary, Bethany Presbyterian Church English Congregation
364A Upper Paya Lebar Road, Singapore 534965
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Admission is free.
Online option available

Registered participants will have the opportunity to ask questions related to the two topics before the forum. Selected questions will be answered by our panel of experts. The platform where the questions can be posted will be shared with registered participants closer to the date of the event.

Please note that only fully vaccinated persons are able to attend this event in-person.

Keynote Speakers

Dr Clive Lim

Clive Lim serves on the board of TeleChoice International Ltd. (Singapore Stock Exchange). He started the firm in 1999 and was the first president of TeleChoice. He is the managing director of Leap International, a family investment firm based in Singapore. Prior to being an entrepreneur, he worked in Fuji Xerox and Motorola Electronic in Asia.

Dr Lim holds a Master’s in Business from Asian Institute of Management; Master of Arts from Regent College (Vancouver) and Doctor of Ministry (Leadership and Business Ethics) Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (U.S.A.).
He was the Visiting Associate Professor of Marketplace Theology at Regent College (Vancouver) from 2018 to 2020 and continues to serve as an adjunct professor. He is also a sessional lecturer at Biblical Graduate School of Theology (BGST) and Trinity Theological College.

His area of research and teaching interests include the theology of work, money and stewardship, entrepreneurship, and leadership. Since 2016, he has taught classes at Regent College on Money Matters, Vocation, Work, and Ministry, and Effective Leadership.

Eld Bettina Yeap

Bettina Yeap is Principal Counsellor and head of INSIGHT, the Mental Health department of Care Corner Singapore Ltd, and a registered counsellor with Singapore Association for Counselling. She graduated with a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology and an M.A. in Counselling, both of which have helped her pursue her heart’s desire of helping people who are struggling to be better equipped to face life and its challenges, grow and be different. 

In the everyday, she gets to do work that is close to her heart, and this includes mental wellbeing outreach and prevention work, clinical counselling for individuals, families and couples, and facilitating group therapy. She also has the privilege of training others in counselling skills and theories, as well as running talks and workshops on family life and mental health-related topics. 

Bettina also serves as an Elder and worship leader in All Saints Presbyterian Church (ASPC).


Eld Dr Sim Kang

Sim Kang is a psychiatrist and senior consultant at the Institute of Mental Health. He enjoys walking in the park with his wife, Winnie (also a medical doctor), and basking in God’s creation, travelling (now more virtual than actual), and catching up with his family and friends. He worships at Prinsep Street Presbyterian Church (PSPC) with his family, where he also serves as an Elder. Sim Kang and Winnie have two children, Sarah (24) and Samuel (22).

Rev Dr Lim Tau Wei

Tau Wei worked in the pharmaceutical industry for ten years before he enrolled in Singapore Bible College (SBC) in 2010 as preparation for the pastoral ministry. In 2019, he obtained his Doctoral of Ministry from SBC.

Currently, Tau Wei serves as Senior Pastor of Bethel Presbyterian Church. Besides his leadership responsibilities in his own church, he is also actively serving in the Chinese Presbytery (CP) and the Synod of the Presbyterian Church in Singapore (PCS).

Having survived cancer since age 26, he leads a very active lifestyle. Besides running regularly, he has participated in marathons, biathlons, triathlons, and half ironman races. He enjoys life’s simple pleasures of eating and nature walks.
He is married to Dorothy for the past twenty-five years. They have two sons, Dominic (23) and Gideon (19).