Upcoming Events

Workshop

Building a Resilient Habit - A Doorway to Meditation

Date:
22 Apr 2020 (Wed)
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 nn
Venue:
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Language:
Cantonese
Guest / Speaker:
Ms. Clare Chan, Student Counselor
Counseling and Wellness Center
HLTH1010 Attained:
1 Hour
Program Fee:
Free
Enquiry:
Tel: 2358 6696 / E-mail: counsel@ust.hk
Remarks:
The workshop will be delivered online with Zoom.
Workshops of the same topic have identical contents. Students are advised to attend one session only. The HLTH1010 Course hour of repeated participation will not be counted.

Mindfulness is moment-to-moment, non-judgmental awareness, developed through the practice of meditation. Mindfulness can help improve attention, boost the immune system, cultivate well-being and happiness, reduce stress and enhance creativity. In this workshop, you will learn about the science of meditation, different types of meditation, and have a chance to learn how to do the basic mindfulness meditation.

Mindfulness is moment-to-moment, non-judgmental awareness, developed through the practice of meditation. Mindfulness can help improve attention, boost the immune system, cultivate well-being and happiness, reduce stress and enhance creativity. In this workshop, you will learn about the science of meditation, different types of meditation, and have a chance to learn how to do the basic mindfulness meditation.

Workshop

Getting the Love You Want

Date:
17 Apr 2020 (Fri)
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 nn
Venue:
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Language:
Cantonese
Guest / Speaker:
Mr. Chris Leung, Student Counselor
Counseling and Wellness Center
HLTH1010 Attained:
1 Hour
Program Fee:
Free
Enquiry:
Tel: 2358 6696 / E-mail: counsel@ust.hk
Remarks:
The workshop will be delivered online with Zoom.

Conflict is a normal part of any relationship.  This workshop focus on how to manage it and resolve problems in a way that improves relationships rather than harms them, such as: 
• Defining what constitutes a conflict and the importance of healthy conflict resolution.
• Common strategies used while handling conflict.
• Learning new skills for healthy resolution.
• Looking at a step-by-step approach to a healthy resolution.

Conflict is a normal part of any relationship.  This workshop focus on how to manage it and resolve problems in a way that improves relationships rather than harms them, such as: 
• Defining what constitutes a conflict and the importance of healthy conflict resolution.
• Common strategies used while handling conflict.
• Learning new skills for healthy resolution.
• Looking at a step-by-step approach to a healthy resolution.

Workshop

Understanding Your Attachment Style

Date:
17 Apr 2020 (Fri)
Time:
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Venue:
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Language:
Cantonese
Guest / Speaker:
Ms. Vava Kwok, Senior Student Counselor
Counseling and Wellness Center
HLTH1010 Attained:
1 Hour
Program Fee:
Free
Enquiry:
Tel: 2358 6696 / E-mail: counsel@ust.hk
Remarks:
The workshop will be delivered online with Zoom.

We will explore how early parent-child interaction dynamics result in different attachment styles – secure, avoidant, ambivalent, and disorganized. We hope to offer you an initial self-understanding about your unconscious pattern of interpersonal relationship. With such an awareness, we can build a secure and healthier relationship with others as we all have the innate ability to heal.

We will explore how early parent-child interaction dynamics result in different attachment styles – secure, avoidant, ambivalent, and disorganized. We hope to offer you an initial self-understanding about your unconscious pattern of interpersonal relationship. With such an awareness, we can build a secure and healthier relationship with others as we all have the innate ability to heal.

Workshop

The Secrets to Effective Family Communication

Date:
8 Apr 2020 (Wed)
Time:
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Venue:
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Language:
Putonghua
Guest / Speaker:
Ms. April Liao, Student Counselor
Counseling and Wellness Center
HLTH1010 Attained:
1 Hour
Program Fee:
Free
Enquiry:
Tel: 2358 6696 / E-mail: counsel@ust.hk
Remarks:
The workshop will be delivered online with Zoom.
Workshops of the same topic have identical contents. Students are advised to attend one session only. The HLTH1010 Course hour of repeated participation will not be counted.

During this challenging time, connection and communication with the family is beneficial and necessary. When we are facing lots of doubts and uncertainty, the bond with family can provide sense of secure and comfort. However, there are always moments of us having different views and preferences. How do we manage the differences? What are the effective ways to communicate the challenging topics? How do we address the emotional needs in the conversation. Refresh yourself in the workshop and get reconnected.

During this challenging time, connection and communication with the family is beneficial and necessary. When we are facing lots of doubts and uncertainty, the bond with family can provide sense of secure and comfort. However, there are always moments of us having different views and preferences. How do we manage the differences? What are the effective ways to communicate the challenging topics? How do we address the emotional needs in the conversation. Refresh yourself in the workshop and get reconnected.

Workshop

In Pursuit of Authentic Happiness

Date:
6 Apr 2020 (Mon)
Time:
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Venue:
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Language:
English
Guest / Speaker:
Mr. Eric Chan, Student Counselor
Counseling and Wellness Center
HLTH1010 Attained:
1 Hour
Program Fee:
Free
Enquiry:
Tel: 2358 6696 / E-mail: counsel@ust.hk
Remarks:
The workshop will be delivered online with Zoom.

According to Prof. Sonja Lyubomirsky, a renowned social psychologist, we can boost our happiness by showing our gratitude to others, cultivating optimism, practicing acts of kindness, nurturing trustful social relationships, practicing mindfulness, exercising, feeling hopeful and cultivating laughter. In this workshop, you will know more about these meaningful practices and how to develop these practices to your habits to achieve authentic happiness.

According to Prof. Sonja Lyubomirsky, a renowned social psychologist, we can boost our happiness by showing our gratitude to others, cultivating optimism, practicing acts of kindness, nurturing trustful social relationships, practicing mindfulness, exercising, feeling hopeful and cultivating laughter. In this workshop, you will know more about these meaningful practices and how to develop these practices to your habits to achieve authentic happiness.

Workshop

Self-care in Critical Incidents

Date:
3 Apr 2020 (Fri)
Time:
10:30 am - 11:30 am
Venue:
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Language:
Cantonese
Guest / Speaker:
Ms. Josephine Hui, Senior Student Counselor
Counseling and Wellness Center
HLTH1010 Attained:
1 Hour
Program Fee:
Free
Enquiry:
Tel: 2358 6696 / E-mail: counsel@ust.hk
Remarks:
The workshop will be delivered online with Zoom.
Workshops of the same topic have identical contents. Students are advised to attend one session only. The HLTH1010 Course hour of repeated participation will not be counted.

Critical incidents are typically sudden and powerful events which are outside the normal range of ordinary human experiences. Due to the sudden and unusual nature of strong emotional impacts to people, we need to pay extra care to our well-being under these situations. In this workshop, we are going to share the common psychological reactions that follow critical incidents, and to bring together helpful mindsets and strategies in managing stress and negative emotions.

Critical incidents are typically sudden and powerful events which are outside the normal range of ordinary human experiences. Due to the sudden and unusual nature of strong emotional impacts to people, we need to pay extra care to our well-being under these situations. In this workshop, we are going to share the common psychological reactions that follow critical incidents, and to bring together helpful mindsets and strategies in managing stress and negative emotions.