Thrive With Science
In This Digitally Connected World
dR CLB lab is a knowledge hub dedicated to improving the mental, physical and emotion wellbeing of people through education, empowerment, and community-based support. We bring to you experts, scientists, educators, and psychologists from around the world to provide scientific research-based solutions to improving you and your loved one’s overall wellbeing.
To foster Social, Physical, Emotion and Mental resilience necessary to thrive in digitalized era
Harnessing science and technology for humanity to forge a healthier and happier future
Destigmatize mental health by promoting holistic science based approaches integrating with technology to improve overall well being
A platform that caters to individual's mental requisites by congregating mental health experts, psychologists, public health practitioners, and policymakers under one big umbrella to "build a better self together"
Knowledge transfer, learn, experience, making improvement in lives and be the reason for someone to smile.
Evidence-Based Practice, Framework, and Policy
Our Research Areas
Neuroscience and Psychology
Health, Exercise, Positive Emotion, Resilience, Nutrients, Four Quotients, Meditation, Yoga, Tai Chi, Sleep, Natural Therapy, Diet, Art Therapy, Music Therapy, Animal Assisted Therapy, Regenerative Therapy, Essential Oil Therapy, Holistic Therapy, Herbs, Horticultural Therapy,Biological Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Social-Cultural Psychology, Psychodynamics Psychology, Humanistic Psychology, Evolutionary Psychology, Behavioral Psychology, Neurodiversity, Cyber Psychology, Digital Wellbeing
In collaboration with SPARQtools
by Stanford University
Stanford SPARQ, a nonprofit “do tank” that creates and shares social psychological insights with people working to improve society. The toolkit, part of SPARQtools, presents science-based activities that help people use stress to enhance their work and health.
SPARQtools are digital toolkits that translate research into user-friendly formats that practitioners and educators can use to sparq psychological, behavioral, and societal change. Each toolkit shares evidence-based materials and resources that can be put right to use to tackle issues from empowering students to engage across difference, encouraging people to eat healthy, or helping researchers measure important indicators of economic mobility. Explore individual toolkits to address specific problems, or dive into a collection to take on bigger issues
Check out the Self Discovery Program developed by Dr Christina LB using scientific research, methodology and techniques contributed by various famous psychologists thru the Department of Psychology of Standford University.
Exercise with Science
Numerous health specialists revealed that patients of stress and anxiety do not need drugs for curing purposes. They can easily overcome such problems by bringing into play any of the best suitable meditation technique.
Online Assessment & Screening Tools
Free PDF and interactive online assessment tools for addiction, mental illness, boundaries/attachment styles, relationships/communication, anger, self-esteem, suicide risk/self-injury, personality, and more
Cyberspace Mental Wellbeing Boot Camp
A holistic approach to improving overall wellbeing
A curated Bootcamp to help your mental wellness active and improving overall wellbeing
Physical - Mental - Emotion
Regenerative Sustainability Wellbeing
Regenerative sustainability for wellbeing is based on a holistic approach and paradigm, harnessing and integrating recent research findings from science and practice, embracing inner and outer dimensions of sustainability necessary for systemic wellbeing transformation.
Research, Articles & Resources
Embracing Work Flexibility Benefits Both Individuals And Corporate Wellbeing?
Work flexibility can be defined as a form of working adopted by companies to allow their employees to work at their favorable location at favorable timings. Many companies generally adopt this for the employee and companies' wellbeing. But is it really promoting wellbeing? It's the question that needs further probing.
The Silent Victim : Male Sexual Abuse
About one in four male victims of completed or attempted rape first experienced it between the ages of 11 and 17. Over half (52.4%) of male victims report being raped by an acquaintance and 15.1% by a stranger.
Child Exploitation: Role of Mental Health Professionals for its Prevention
The exploitation of children is currently a devastating social problem globally. It is estimated that one in three girls and one in six boys are sexually assaulted and it is difficult to determine the exact number because many cases are not reported to the authorities. Child exploitation is primarily the use of children for the benefit of another person, often resulting in child abuse.
Resilience for Mental Positive
Resilience is perceived as a dynamic equilibrium state within which psychological, physical, spiritual elements and protective factors have reached a balance. The resilience process is attained by having a biopsychospiritual homeostasis
Knowing Your Skin
The skin is the largest organ in the body in terms of surface area. It is part of the immune system, acting as the first line of defense against infection. Our skin is also an organ of elimination, ridding the body of one-fourth of its toxic waste.
Do you know by cultivating positive emotion can lead to positive well-being?
Practicing positive emotion are highly valued and it can lead to long-term benefits such as social, physical, health, emotional and intellectual.
Positive emotions build our #resilience (the emotional resources needed for coping). Positive emotions increase our awareness, attention, and memory
Daily practice of positive emotions reduces stress, reduces aggression, boosts general wellbeing, and allowing you to cope effectively.
Life Story & Interview
Rethinking Risk Management & Cyber Security Strategy in a Post Quantum Era
Over the past decade, we have seen growing threats in cybercrimes and the COVID-19 pandemic has amplified these threats as the most global workforce has been forced to work from home. Ransomware has grown by 35x in comparison to 2020 and cybercrime is projected to hit US$10.5 trillion annually by 2025.
Upclose with Dr Rehman
Dr Rehman is an assistant professor and researcher at the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR). He hold a PHD and a MSc with specialization in Knowledge Management and also hold a Master in Business Administration (MBA)
The New Kid On Block: Business-Cyber Psychologist is what you need next for your business
Why are blue-chip firms and billionaires quietly hiring experience business-cyber psychologist to improve their business wealth and health?
Thrive Using Science
DR Christina and Marek chatted with Leading Market Leaders & Entrepreneurs series on how they help to navigate business and drive changes using science, and explain why cybersecurity transformation is so critical for the modern world society
Effects of Cyberbullying on Child's Mental Health
Cyberbullying is defined by Cyberbullying Research Center (CRC) as the “willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices”. Cyberbullying is dangerous and can lead to other mental health related issues in the victims.
Are Cybersecurity Professionals Turning into Zombies?
The Cybersecurity industry is evolving rapidly with an increased induction rate where the security market is predicted to reach $170.4 billion in 2022 (Sobers, 2021). According to The US Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Information Security Analyst’s Outlook, predicts cybersecurity jobs will grow 31% through 2029, over seven times faster than the national average job growth of 4%.
As the industry is growing at such a rapid rate, the shortage of cybersecurity professionals and top expert/leaders is putting the mental and physical health of cyber professionals is at stake.
Paper & Book Publications