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2017年3月

Stress Management Workshop

   
Date     : 31 March 2017 (Friday)
Time     : 2:00 - 4:30pm
Venue  : SRM2, AEB, CityU
Trainer : Dr Herbert Chiu

A psychology teacher from SCOPE who are interested in fostering students’whole person development, and unleashing their potentials.

   


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Stress is regarded as part of life nowadays. It can impact on thinking, emotion, physical health, relationship, performance and behavior.
 
The trainer elaborated personal and environmental causes of stress, and use the biofeedback indications to examine the level of stress. Furthermore, the trainer use psychometric measurements to explore the unknown side of stress as well as suggesting the ways to cope with stress and their consequences by using mindfulness exercise. 
 
Enjoy the GOOD moments and start your STRESS-FREE journey now!
 
Thank you for participating the workshop. We hope to see you again at our activities in future. 
 

Student Sharing

CADDIS Shanelle Elizabeth Janet
BA (Hons) Applied Social Science, Sheffield Hallam University

During the workshop, we were taught the definitions of stress, types of learner (Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, and Auditory Digital), what stress means to professionals in physicians, psychologists and sociologists.

I strongly believe this workshop is crucial as students will always have to deal with stress in some ways, such as workload, exams, relationships, family etc. Therefore it is important to not let stress overwhelm us. To conclude there are many psychical effects of stress including tension headaches, migraines, and digestive system problems. There are also psychological effects, for instance, depression, anxiety affecting your focus, or decision-making.

LI Ka Chung
BA (Hons) English for International Corporate Communication,
University of Central Lancashire

It is undeniable that Hong Kong citizens have been suffering from enormous stressor. What is the method of relieving stress? Dr. Herbert Chiu introduced one feasible and effective way of relaxing our mind, which is closing our eye and breathing deeply, turning us to be mindfulness.

Before suggesting the solution of tackling stress by Dr. Herbert Chiu, he gave us an intriguing machine called bio dot that can detect one's level of stress. At the same time, another test let me know my character---forget people name easily. Therefore, I will remember others with diligence.

In short, this activity is exceedingly special because the lecturer opened our novel eyesight of psychology!

RAMCHANDANI Mithisha Rajesh
BA (Hons) Applied Social Science, Sheffield Hallam University

To begin with, I liked the content of the whole workshop, from the way Dr. Herbert Chiu explained how stress is experienced differently for different people to various definitions of stress. The demonstration regarding people’s behavior when recalling past incidents or constructing a story was very interesting for me as it we could use it to determine if someone is lying or not.

To add on, Dr. Herbert Chiu described diverse ways of coping with stress, from the individualistic perspective to the society’s perspective. He made us value the importance of meditation and creating peace within ourselves.