Workshop content

An introduction to the WRAP®:

  • Five Key Recovery Concepts

  • Wellness Toolbox

  • Daily Maintenance Plan

  • Triggers / Early Warning Signs / When Things are Breaking Down

  • Crisis Plan and Post Crisis Plan

WRAP® Workshop

WRAP® (Wellness Recovery Action Plan)
It is a personalized wellness development program. Its five key concepts including hope, personal responsibility, education, self-advocacy and support are employed to enhance participants’ awareness and abilities in dealing with health problems, daily maintenance plan and crisis planning.

Studies have shown that by learning WRAP®, participants had gained significant improvement in

  • Stress symptom reduction

  • Increase hopefulness and positive thinking

  • Improved self-confidence

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Explore the way of caring yourself with your individuality.

Date:5 & 12 March 2019 (Tuesday)

Time:12:30 - 14:00

Participants:

Individuals who want to develop their own ‘Wellness Toolbox’ in order to cope with life changes, to maintain positive thinking, and to stay as healthy as possible.

Language:Cantonese     

Fee:$200 / 2 sessions (Including light lunch) 

Venue:MHF De-issue Centre, Room 626, Worldwide House, 19 Des Voeux Road, Central, HK

Enrollment:https://goo.gl/forms/RJSMwcgCq2ZBAEVR2

Remarks :       

The workshop aims to allow the participants to understand WRAP but not for psychological treatment purposes. It is suitable for participants with stable mental status.                         

Tutors: All tutors are qualified "Wellness Recovery Action Plan®” (WRAP) facilitators.

Dr. Cheung Ching Ping is a specialist in psychiatry, serving Kowloon Hospital Psychiatric Department for nearly 10 years before he eventually joined private service. During his career, Dr. Cheung has focused primarily in promoting recovery and improving wellbeing of psychiatric patients.

Dr. Cheung is a qualified "Wellness Recovery Action Plan®” (WRAP) facilitator and he has hold WRAP workshops inside the hospital for service users. Dr. Cheung has also delivered talks to schools and community promoting the importance of mental wellbeing. He is also appointed as Honorary Clinical Assistant Professor by The University of Hong Kong. 

Ms. Lo Yuen Man Katherine is a registered social worker in the elderly services. Ms. Lo worked in New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association - The Wellness Centre as a mental health education officer to promote well-being and recovery in public and in school to arouse public awareness about mental health.

Ms. Lo is a qualified "Wellness Recovery Action Plan®” (WRAP) facilitator, and she has experience holding WRAP workshops for different target groups in public, including the Person-in-Recovery (PIRs) and their carers, students and public.

Ms. Tong Pik Wan Janus now works as a Peer Support Worker at Caritas Wellness Link – Tsuen Wan. Her roles include sharing her experience in recovery with different person in recovery, organizing and leading groups in various activities, so as to promote mental health education and services, and arouse public awareness about mental health.

 Ms. Tong is a qualified “Wellness recovery Action Plan®” (WRAP) facilitator. She has experience holding WRAP workshops for different target groups, including the Person in recovery and their carers, so as to enhance their knowledge in WRAP and general mental health awareness.

Mindfulness Workshop

Living in the present, let’s reserve some time for ourselves of the busy life.

Mindfulness
Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way; On purpose, in present moment and non-judgmentally. In services of self understanding, wisdom and compassion (Jon Kabat-Zinn, 2014).

Workshop content

  • Introduction of Mindfulness

  • Experiential exercises of Mindfulness

  • Discussion and sharing

Date:20 & 27 March 2019 (Wednesday)

Time:12:30 - 14:00

Participants: 

Individuals who want to know more about reducing stress and promoting psychological well-being through practice of mindfulness.

Language:Cantonese     

Fee:$200 / 2 sessions (Including light lunch) 

Venue:MHF De-issue Centre, Room 626, Worldwide House, 19 Des Voeux Road, Central, HK

Enrollment:https://goo.gl/forms/V07uh74YiU2kwFOv1

Remarks :         

The workshop aims to allow the participants to experience mindfulness practice but not for psychological treatment purposes. It is suitable for participants with stable mental status.

Tutors:

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Dr. Cindy Chan is an experienced Clinical Psychologist. She has more than eighteen years of clinical experience in treating mental illnesses as well as counseling on psychological issues. Dr. Chan is a Diplomate of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy.  She is also trained intensively in Emotion-Focused Therapy.  She completed an intensive training in conducting Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy organized by the Oxford Mindfulness Centre of UK and the Hong Kong Mindfulness Centre.

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