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Training and workshop

https://www.med.cuhk.edu.hk/study/current-students/student-wellness/training-and-workshop
https://www.med.cuhk.edu.hk/study/current-students/student-wellness/training-and-workshop
At CU Medicine, we offer a broad range of workshops and training to raise mental awareness.

 

Join us to learn ways to help yourself and others!

 

 

Upcoming
workshop and training

 

 

Tackling your procrastination and avoidance behaviours
Online Sharing Section:
Tackling your procrastination and avoidance behaviours
Date
12th March 2020
Time
2:30PM to 3PM
Speaker
Dr. Lawrence Chen
Adjunct Associate Professor & Trauma Psychologist
Format
Zoom Meeting
https://bit.ly/39wm4ea
Click here to Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID

361 449 218
Password
284992

 

 

Some of our
previous workshops and training

 

A range of activities was offered for students and staff to help improve our overall wellbeing, help manage stress and develop resilience:How to manage sleep disturbances during exam season

 

 

How to manage sleep disturbances during exam season
How to manage sleep disturbances during exam season

 

How to handle your emotional swings during this pandemic
How to handle your emotional swings during this pandemic

 

How to manage your exam anxiety when you are home bound
How to manage your exam anxiety when you are home bound

 

Mental Health First Aid Standard Training Course
Mental Health First Aid Standard Training Course
Practical Session with EMDR to reduce traumatic experiences
Practical Session with EMDR to reduce traumatic experiences

 

anaging Traumatic Stress Toolkit EMDR approach to reduce flashbacks, anxiety and fears
Managing Traumatic Stress Toolkit
EMDR approach to reduce flashbacks, anxiety and fears

 

asd
Mood Stabilisation
From Crisis
An open forum covering mood stabilisation skills and tips about self-help

 

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Crisis Recovery
Sharing Session
A sharing section which covers ways and skills to engage and comfort students in distress

 

 

Health Services