Join our Shanghai Chapter for a fireside chat with Enoch Li, founder of Bearapy and author of ‘Stress in the City: Playing My Way Out of Depression’, as we discuss wellbeing in the city and mental health in Mainland China. Enoch will explore some of the challenges that we all face, drawing on qualitative experience in China and elsewhere and, of course, from her own personal journey. There will be a lucky draw with the winner receiving a free copy of her book.


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About Enoch Li

Enoch is a social entrepreneur and the Founder & Managing Director of Bearapy – a B2B social enterprise that provides mental wellbeing consulting and training to prevent workplace burnout and strengthen employee wellbeing in creative ways. She is a Leadership Consultant on group dynamics at INSEAD business school and sits as the China Representative on the Executive Committee of the Global Mental Health Peer Network. Enoch works with multinationals, governments and start-ups in China and across the Asia-Pacific to advocate emotional and mental health awareness for resilience, emotional awareness, leadership development and optimum productivity. Her work is widely recognized: she was awarded the Social Contributor of the Year 2018 Award by the International Professional Women’s Society in China, and the Speaking Out Award by Mind HK. Enoch holds a Masters in Law (Hons) from University of London, an Executive Masters in Change (Distinction) from INSEAD, and has completed Level II of Play Therapy Certificate by the Canadian Association for Play Therapy. Enoch is certified in multiple Advanced Small Group Trainings in the Tavistock Style from A.K. Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems. She has been a TEDx presenter and featured and published in Forbes, South China Morning Post, Thrive Global, Women of China and CGTN. In addition to her blog, NochNoch.com, her latest book ‘Stress in the City’ shares her personal journey, discusses some fun ways to cope with depression and how adults and parents can be playful.


Shanghai- Stress in the City: A Discussion About Mental Wellbeing in China (Tue, 18 June)
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