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Group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (2023 Round 1)
20, 27 February, 6, 13 March (Monday)|7:30pm – 9:30pm
Christian Family Service Centre, Rm 201, 3 Tsui Ping Road, Kwun Tong
400
Target group:Members with moderate to severe emotional distress
Quota:15**

About

The therapy group will introduce different skills to guide participants to examine their thoughts and behaviors, thereby managing their emotional discomfort, emerging from the vicious cycle of depression and anxiety. In addition to in-class teachings, the instructor has prepared practical exercises for participants to apply what they have learnt to real-life situations, consolidating their learning. 


Content


  • Becoming aware of and improving the mental and physical vicious cycle
  • Learning to get along with distressing emotions
  • Progressively understanding and practicing different skills, such as relaxation exercises, cognitive restructuring, problem-solving, etc
  • Take-home exercises

Instructor profile


Ella Z. Tsang is a Clinical Psychologist who is also a Florist and a Japanese Preserved Floral Art Instructor. Ms. Tsang obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Criminology (Psychology) from the University of Hull and later obtained a Master of Art in Psychology and a Master of Social Sciences in Clinical Psychology from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She joined StoryTaler in 2021 and aspires to promote mental health and reduce psychiatric stigma. 

Feedback from previous participants


  • "I really feel I understand myself better, it was a process of self-discovery!"
  • "It's the first time I felt that behavioral therapy is practical."
  • "Thank you for changing the way I think."
  • "I gained a lot of insights from hearing others share their experiences."

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*In case of financial difficulties, please email info@jcthplus.org to enquire about a fee waiver.

** Spaces are limited. If the number of registrants exceeds the quota, we will allocate spots by drawing lots, and will notify the results by email.


Apply before: February 9

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