Tipping Point mental health movement to launch student-directed “labs”

Posted on January 24th, 2017

Ji Youn Kim, creator of the Tipping Point movement, is launching a self-development program called Tip Labs. The Tipping Point is a mental health initiative that encourages UBC and other post-secondary institutions to better support and accommodate students and their mental health, and the labs are developing directly out of this framework.

“This self-development program is based on the idea that success starts within,” said Kim. “You need to start working on yourself first before you can really succeed in the real world.”

The Tip Labs are scheduled to launch sometime next month, and the launch event will be on January 28 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at City Hub Initiative located in downtown Vancouver. Register here!

Kim strives to create a “community-based, affordable self-development program” that will be founded on the three pillars of health and wellness, personal development, and professional development.

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