Event: MENTAL ILLNESS OR DEMONISATION?
Putting an end to the endless controversy
Speaker: Dr Leslie Lim
Date: 5 MAY Sat
Time: 9:30am to 12:30pm
VENUE: ALBY Events
111 North Bridge Road, Peninsula Plaza #05-09 (City Hall MRT)
(Parking available at Capitol Piazza. $3 per entry after 6pm)
Fee: $30 ($35 for payment after 3 MAY)
(includes book Mental Illness or Demonisation? worth $18.20 and a $5 voucher)
What are the similarities and differences between symptoms of mental illness and those of demonisation?
How do you differentiate them? How do demons afflict the mentally ill?
What sort of illnesses are associated with demonic activity?
The seminar serves to give a holistic and balanced approach in the understanding of mental illness, healing and deliverance.
The speaker has, together with Douglas Koh, authored the book ‘Mental Illness or Demonisation? Similarities and Differences.
About the Speaker
Dr Leslie Lim trained in Psychiatry in the United Kingdom and is Senior Consultant Psychiatrist in a General Hospital in Singapore.
He also serves as a Clinical Associate Professor, National University of Singapore, and is a past President of the Singapore Association for Mental Health.
He has conducted seminars on this topic in Singapore and Malaysia. He completed his theological training and obtained a Master of Arts in Ministry from the TCA College. He has written the book MENTAL ILLNESS or DEMONISATION? and 3 others : DEPRESSION: THE MISUNDERSTOOD ILLNESS, FREEDOM FROM FEAR & CONFRONTING YOUR ANXIETY.