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Living Well 2023- The Secret to Resilience
January 31, 2023 (Tuesday)|8:00pm - 9:00pm


Want to develop self-care habits for a stronger and healthier mind and body in 2023? Everyday is a chance to practice!

At different stages of our lives, unpalatable bitterness of life sets in and we may experience different kinds of stress when adapting to changes, which may induce varying levels of anxiety and depression. These mix of emotions may affect our mind and body, our behaviors, and our decisions. Facing the vagaries of life, there are actually different ways to enhance our resilience, train our mental muscles, and take care of our physical and mental health, all starting from our daily habits.

As the new year has just begun, let's take the chance to learn the secrets of enhancing resilience from a scientific perspective with Dr. Freedom Leung in this webinar.

Through the "S-ABC model", we will understand how our mind and body respond to stress; how the amygdala, which is in charge of creating emotional responses, reacts differently under various circumstances, thereby forming our mental narratives.

Following this, we will take a closer look at how daily habits can bring about significant changes to the mind and body and enhance resilience from a scientific perspective.

This year, let's start the journey of self-care together.

**The webinar will be held in Cantonese.

About the Speaker: 

Dr Freedom Y.K. Leung, PhD, is the Head of Shaw College, at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK).He is an experienced clinical psychologist who has been teaching at the CUHK for nearly 30 years.

Notes for Application:

1. Event registration closes at 23:59 on January 30, 2023.

2. After successful registration, we will send you an email with the Zoom event link.

3. Please submit only one registration form per person.

4. If the submitted form is incomplete, the application may not be processed.

5. Participants will be invited to fill in a post-event survey.

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