Contact Us

Telephone: 3442 6579

Fax: 3442 0555

E-mail: sservices@cccu.edu.hk

The Student Personal Development and
Counselling Services Centre (The Student Centre)

The Student Counselling Services and Personal Development Centre (The Student Centre) provides effective personal development and counselling services, and mental health awareness education to students of the College. In particular, our Centre organizes a wide range of activities and programmes in relation to personal development and mental health education for students with different academic and cultural backgrounds

 

Through the Centre’s provision of support services and personal development advice, students will be able to receive direct assistance to alleviate their emotional distress, explore their personal attributes and develop coping abilities. We aim at enhancing students’ personal growth which will in turn facilitate their pursuit of academic results in optimal conditions.

 

Our Centre trains up peer counsellors through the Peer Counselling Programme, one of our key foci, equipping them with practical experience, mental health knowledge and peer helping skills. They will be able to take the lead in the College’s student community to maintain an inclusive attitude toward emotionally vulnerable students, including those with Special Educational Needs and those who are Non-Chinese Speaking.

 

 

Counselling Service

 

Our Centre provides counselling service to facilitate students' adjustment to college life, to enable them to cope with problems effectively, and to enhance their personal growth and development. Each counselling session lasts for 50 minutes and all information is kept strictly confidential.

 

How to Make an Appointment

 

Please make appointment by phone:

 

Kowloon Tong Campus: 3442 9880

Telford Annex: 2707 9440

 

Please visit our General Office:

 

Kowloon Tong Campus: Room 6104, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong

 

Telford Annex: Telford Plaza, 33 Wai Yip Street, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon

 

After office hours, if you feel a need to talk to someone after school, you may contact the following helplines#:

 

The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (Youthline)

Tel: 2777 8899 (U Line) 2777 0309

Whatsapp: 6277 5599

Facebook: utouch.hk

Mon-Sat: 14:00 - 02:00

Website: http://www.hkfyg.org.hk/

 

Suicide Prevention Services

"Youth Link" Hotline

Tel: 2382 0777

Mon-Sat: 14:00 - 02:00

Website: http://www.sps.org.hk

 

Social Welfare Department

Tel: 2343 2255

Mon-Fri: 0900-1700

Sat: 0900-1200

Website: https://www.swd.gov.hk/en/index/site_pubsvc/page_cps/sub_applicatio/

 

24-hour Helplines:

 

Caritas Family Crisis Support Centre (Crisis Hotline)

Tel: 18288

Website: http://fcsc.caritas.org.hk

 

Hospital Authority Mental Health Hotline

Tel: 2466 7350

Website: http://www.ha.org.hk

 

Suicide Prevention Services

Tel: 2382 0000

Website: http://www.sps.org.hk

 

The Samaritans (Multi-Lingual Suicide Prevention Services)

Tel: 2896 0000

 

The Samaritan Befrienders Hong Kong

Tel: 2389 2222

Website: http://www.sbhk.org.hk

 

Youth Outreach

Tel: 9088 1023

Website: http://www.yo.org.hk/center/service.htm

 

# The information is updated in February 2018. Please contact the organizations directly or refer to their websites for up-to-date information.

 

 

Introduction of the Programme

 

The “Peer Counselling Programme (PCP)” is a programme to train up a group of College students to become Peer Counsellors (PCs) to support their fellow students by counselling and encouraging them to engage in College life. In this one-year programme, PCs become friends and mentors of their peers and maintain close relationships with them.

 

Mission of the PC

  1. To develop a strong network of peers
  2. To build up a positive view about life among peers
  3. To develop own helping skills in mutual learning and communication with peers
  4. To strengthen the value of inclusion and diversity through peer learning communities and support networks

After participating in various trainings, you will obtain the following qualifications:

  • CCCU Peer Counselling Certificate of Achievement
  • Mental Health First Aid Certificate-This 12-hour course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills to help someone with an emergent mental health problem. Participants of this course will receive a course manual and a certificate issued by the Mental Health Association of Hong Kong at course completion. (Certificate is jointly issued with The Mental Health Association of Hong Kong and acknowledged by the Mental Health First Aid International)

 

Responsibilities of the PC

  1. Provide support to students who are undergoing difficulties in the college, e.g., in coping with their new environment, in learning and in interpersonal relationships
  2. Promote a positive attitude towards problems
  3. Assist peers in need to locate and obtain useful information
  4. Guide peers to useful resources in the College and the community

 

Key Training for the PC

  1. Basic counselling theories;
  2. Self-understanding: personality, value, strengths and weaknesses;
  3. Basic counselling techniques, such as listening and communication skills

 

Quota

 

The programme recruits 30 volunteers each year.

 

We are recruiting students who are:

  • Current full-time Associate Degree students in the College
  • Proactive and willing to help students with different backgrounds
  • Responsible, committed and interested in developing personal potentials and strengths
  • Experienced in playing a leadership role and passionate to serve fellow students

 

Application

 

To apply, please fill out the Peer Counselling Programme online application form HERE on or before 29 September 2017. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interview.

 

NOTE: The recruitment of PCs for the Peer Counselling Programme 2017 is closed. The next round of recruitment will start in September 2018.

 

Stay tuned to our website!

 

 

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S1018 Mental Health Promotion Seminar
Date: 16 April 2018

 

Mental health is a state of well-being in which one is feeling good and functioning well. You may sometimes have negative feelings. Do not worry! They are just part of life. Knowing how to stay psychologically healthy and deal with daily stress can help you enjoy life and maintain good relationships. Through this seminar, you will realize that looking after your mental well-being is not difficult.

 

Date: 16 April 2018 (Monday)

Time: 3:30 – 4:30 PM

Venue: Room 1511, 1/F, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building (AC2),City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong

Enquiry: 3442 6579 (Ms. Law)

 

Please feel free to contact The Student Centre at sservices@cccu.edu.hk or the telephone number above if you have any questions.

 

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S1017 Hok Yau Club Volunteer Recruitment 2018
Date: 20 April 2018

 

(Chinese Version Only)

 

學友社放榜輔導熱線迄今已逾三十年,服務規模日漸擴大,去年服務期間,服務逾三千人次,輔導員與考生、家長經歷了一個個的升學抉擇,提供多方面的升學資訊。一如以往,本年將於文憑試放榜期間,設立38條放榜輔導熱線(電話:2503 3399,由香港電訊贊助),為應屆文憑試考生及家長提供升學資訊查詢、情緒輔導、升學及就業意向等電話及面談輔導服務。誠邀有興趣接聽放榜輔導熱線、有意學習輔導技巧、了解升學及就業出路資訊的人士加入輔導員的行列,共同陪伴近8萬名文憑試考生及家長度過放榜的重要時刻,貢獻社會!有關詳情如下:

 

訓練課程: 2018年5月20、6月3、10及17日(星期日,共4堂) 下午1時至6時

訓練營: 2018年5月26至27日(六至日)(烏溪沙青年新村)

角色演練: 2018年5月28日至6月22日期間(於平日晚上出席兩次)

考核: 2018年6月23日(六)或2018年6月24日(日)

開線禮: 2018年7月1日(日)下午1時至6時

服務期: 2018年7月7至16日期間輪流當值

(2018年7月11日文憑試放榜前夕通宵服務)

費用: $300 (全日制學生)如使用郵寄支票繳交費用,以郵戳日期為準。

繳費方式: 1. 網上付款 2. 郵寄支票 3. 親身繳交

 

報名資格: 大專學生或 具中五以上學歷的在職人士

截止報名日期: 2018年4月20日(五)

報名方法: 網上報名表 :http://student.hk/service/hotline/2018/hotlineform.php

 

查詢: 2728 7999 (陳先生或鄧姑娘)www.hyc.org.hk

 

備註:

參加者需通過面試,方可參與輔導員訓練

(參加者報名後將獲通知於4月中旬至5月中旬面試)

參加者必須達90%的出席率及通過考核,方可正式成為輔導員。

訓練及服務出席率達標者,可獲頒證書。

表現優秀者, 更有機會獲頒「熱線傑出輔導員」獎項

 

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S1016 Peer Counsellor Training Day Camp
Date: 25 May 2018

 

This one-day Training Camp will help Peer Counsellors build team spirit and improve their communication skills. It is aimed at enhancing their sense of mission as Peer Counsellors through fruitful activities that will enrich their mental health knowledge and peer counselling skills.

 

The training activities will include team-building games, lunch-sharing session, case studies, mental health awareness activities, and etc. The Camp will be concluded with a brief “Graduation Ceremony”.

 

Organization: The Mental Health Association of Hong Kong

Date: 25 May 2018 (Friday)

Time: 10:00am – 4:00pm

Venue: Community College of City University (Telford Annex)

Telford Plaza, 33 Wai Yip Street, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon

Enquiry: 3442 6579 / 3442 6141

 

Peer Counsellors who have attended this Training Day Camp will receive a Peer Counsellor Certificate of Achievement awarded by CCCU.

 

ACTION

To confirm your attendance, please reply by emailing the below to sservices@cccu.edu.hk.

“I, (Name, SID), confirm to attend the Peer Counsellor Training Day Camp on 25 May 2018.”

 

Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact The Student Centre.

 

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S1015 Staff Counselling Skills Seminar (Second Round)
Date: 18 May 2018

 

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the Staff Counselling Skills Seminars to be held on 18 May 2018. The previous seminars introduced the use of basic counselling skills for the psychological, emotional and social needs of young people. This time, we will focus on applying the techniques to handle students with depression and anxiety, as well as enhancing counselling skills via demonstration and practice. We would strongly encourage you to participate in both workshops. Details of the seminars are as follows:

 

Topic:

Date: 18 May 2018 (Friday)

Workshop A: Handling Students with Depression :2:00 – 3:50 PM

Workshop B: Handling Students with Anxiety: 4:00 – 5:50 PM

Venue: Room 2208, 2/F, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building (AC2), City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong

Speaker: Representatives of Grains of Soul: Community Support Program on Psychological Wounds, Caritas Family Crisis Support Centre

Language: Cantonese

 

Register NOW https://bit.ly/2IuAZb4

 

A confirmation email will be sent to you upon your registration. Should you have any questions about the seminars, please contact Miss Oyan Wong at 3442 6141 or Ms. Tiffany Choy at 3442 6774. You may also email our team at sservices@cccu.edu.hk.

 

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S1014 MINDFULNESS x ART Workshops
Date: 6 April 2018

 

This is a creative and explorative workshop integrating therapeutic art making with guided mindfulness practices. Through mindfulness, we can reunite our body and mind at the present moment. When our body and mind become one, we could listen deeply to our feelings and find ways to take good care of it. Through art, we could express ourselves freely in a creative way. Learn and experience how to alleviate negative emotions and restore calmness through mindfulness and art. Choose ONE of the below workshops that suits your schedule.

 

Workshop A

6 April 2018 (Friday), 2:00 – 4:00 PM

Workshop B

6 April 2018 (Friday), 4:00 – 6:00 PM

Venue: Room 2208, 2/F, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building (AC2),City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong

Speaker: Ms. Jenny Chan, Registered Clinical Psychologist (HKPS)

Center Manager, Breathe and Smile Mindbody Wellbeing Center

Language: English

Inquiry: 3442 6579 (Ms. Rachel Law) / sservices@cccu.edu.hk

 

ENROLL NOW https://bit.ly/2GuSn2I

(A confirmation email will be sent to you upon registration.)

 

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S1013 Peer Counselling Programme - Counselling Skills Training Sessions - Dealing with Stress and Anxiety
Date: 23 March 2018

 

“How to listen so the other person could feel free to express?”

“How to speak so the other person could feel being understood?”

 

In this training session, you will learn how to strengthen your ability in listening and helping others by integrating the art of mindful communication and clinical psychology.

 

Speaker: Ms. Jenny Chan, Registered Clinical Psychologist (HKPS)

Center Manager, Breathe and Smile Mindbody Wellbeing Center

Date: 23 March 2018 (Friday)

Time: 2:30pm – 4:30pm

Venue: Room 1402, 1/F Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building (AC2),

City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong

Language: Cantonese (supplemented by English)

Quota: 30 (Due to limited space, registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.)

Enquiry: 3442 6579 / 3442 9880 (Ms. Law)

 

ENROLL NOW https://bit.ly/2GvcX38

(A confirmation email will be sent to you upon registration.)

 

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S1012 Glass Terrarium Workshop
Date: 13 April 2018

 

Build your own Glass Terrarium as a little decoration for your home today! Participants will learn how to create their unique miniature garden and the maintenance techniques for their creation. This workshop is free of charge. Sign up now to reserve your spot.

 

Hosting Organization: Dreamy Garden

Date: 13 April 2018 (Friday)

Time: 3:00-4:30PM

Venue: Room 2208, 2/F, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong

Language: Cantonese (supplemented by English)

Quota: 20 (First-come, first-served)

Enquiry: 3442 6774 (Ms. Tiffany Choy) / 3442 6579 (Ms. Rachel Law)

 

ENROLL NOW https://bit.ly/2JiM0gI

Deadline of Application: 29 March 2018 (Successful applicants will be notified by email.)

 

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S1011 Latte Art Workshop For Beginners
Date: 13 April 2018

 

(Chinese Version Only)

 

咖啡拉花入門速成班

 

課程內容包括:介紹牛奶成分比例、認識奶泡原理、奶泡打法介紹、示範咖啡拉花與原理介紹、咖啡拉花與畫花教學及實習等。費用全免,名額有限,有興趣的同學請立即報名預留位置!

 

協辦機構: My Flavor Coffee

日期: 2018年4月13日 (星期五)

時間: 下午2時至4時30分

地點: Kafeien Coffee & Kitchen, 觀塘開源道60號駱駝漆大廈3座5樓S室

語言: 廣東話

名額: 20 (名額有限,先到先得。)

查詢電話: 3442 6774 (Ms. Tiffany Choy) / 3442 6579 (Ms. Rachel Law)

 

立即報名! https://bit.ly/2Gz6LTA

截止報名日期: 3 月29日 (成功申請者將會收到電郵通知)

 

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S1010 FSTE Joint Basketball Tournament 2018
Date: 24 February / 3 March 2018

 

The Federation for Self-financing Tertiary Education (FSTE) is organizing an inter-school basketball competition on 24 February and 3 March 2018. Details are as follows:

 

Date & Time

Preliminary Round: 24 February 2018 (Saturday), 09:00 – 16:00

Finals: 3 March 2018 (Saturday), 13:00 – 16:00

 

Venue

The Open University of Hong Kong, Main Campus – Multi-purpose Hall

10/F, Kwok Tak Seng Building (Block C), 30 Good Shepherd Street, Ho Man Tin, Kowloon.

 

Format of Competition

Elimination Series (Five on Five Basketball Game)

 

Interested students may form their own basketball teams and enrol in the above competition on or before 6 February 2018. Please feel free to contact Ms Rachel Law at 3442 6579 / 3442 9880 or sservices@cccu.edu.hk if you have any questions.

 

Please refer to the broadcast email dated 29 January 2018 for further information.

 

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S1009 Stress and Emotion Management
Date: 31 January 2018

 

In this workshop, you will learn the sources of stress and how stress affects your health, academic performance, self-esteem and relationships with others. Join us if you would like to find out ways to empower yourself, reduce your stress level, manage your emotions and become more productive.

 

Speaker: Ms. Cathy Yau, Senior Service Supervisor, Counselling and Patient Support Centre, Hong Kong Baptist Hospital

Date: 31 January 2018 (Wednesday)

Time: 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Venue: Room 2614, 2/F Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building (AC2), City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong

Enquiry: 3442 6579 / 3442 9880 (Ms. Rachel Law)

 

Enroll NOW: https://goo.gl/h82daX

 

 

 

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S1008 Glass Terrarium Workshop
Date: 9 February 2018

 

Build your own Glass Terrarium as a little decoration for your home today! Participants will learn how to create their unique miniature garden and the maintenance techniques for their creation. This workshop is free of charge. Sign up now to reserve your spot.

 

Hosting Organization: Dreamy Garden

Date: 9 February 2018 (Friday)

Time: 3:00-5:00PM

Venue: Room 2208, 2/F, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong

Language: Cantonese (supplemented by English)

Quota: 20 (First-come, first-served)

Enquiry: 3442 6774 (Ms. Tiffany Choy) / 3442 6579 (Ms. Rachel Law)

 

Enroll NOW: https://goo.gl/3JXH5w

 

Deadline of Application: 31 January 2018 (Successful applicants will be notified by email.)

 

 

 

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S1007 Civil Aid Service – Civil Defence Leadership Programme (Tertiary Students)

 

The Civil Aid Service (CAS) was established in 1952. It is a volunteer auxiliary service under the Security Bureau. Their mission is “to provide emergency relief to the needy and to serve the community”. They offer support to the government regular emergency forces in the event of natural disasters and other emergencies such as typhoon, flooding and hill fire, assist in combating oil spills, major crowd management operations, mountaineering accidents and massive outbreak, and provide training to youth. They now invite all tertiary students who are interested in social services and equipping themselves for becoming professionals in the field of public service and discipline to join their team.

 

For application method and further details about the Programme, please refer to the poster and enrolment form.

 

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S1006 Latte Art Workshop For Beginners
Date: 2 February 2018

 

(Chinese Version Only)

 

咖啡拉花入門速成班

 

課程內容包括:介紹牛奶成分比例、認識奶泡原理、奶泡打法介紹、示範咖啡拉花與原理介紹、咖啡拉花與畫花教學及實習等。費用全免,名額有限,有興趣的同學請立即報名預留位置!

 

協辦機構: My Flavor Coffee

日期: 2018年2月2日 (星期五)

時間: 下午2時至4時30分

地點: Kafeien Coffee & Kitchen, 觀塘開源道60號駱駝漆大廈3座5樓S室

語言: 廣東話

名額: 20 (名額有限,先到先得。)

查詢電話: 3442 6774 (Ms. Tiffany Choy) / 3442 6579 (Ms. Rachel Law)

 

立即報名! https://goo.gl/KPe9Y9

截止報名日期: 1 月19日 (成功申請者將會收到電郵通知)

 

 

 

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S1005 Staff Counselling Skills Seminars
Date: 9-10 January 2018

 

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the Staff Counselling Skills Seminars to be held on 9 & 10 January 2018. The aim of these seminars is to enable all academic, administrative and support staff to understand the psychological, emotional and social needs of young people and acquire the skills in providing counselling to at-risk students. Throughout the seminars, representatives of Grains of Soul: Community Support Program on Psychological Wounds, Caritas Family Crisis Support Centre will share their experiences on topics such as School Crisis Management and Supporting Students with Emotional Problems. Details of the seminars are as follows:

 

Topic: Session 1: School Crisis Management

Date: 9 January 2018 (Tuesday)

Guest Speaker: Representatives of Grains of Soul: Community Support Program on Psychological Wounds, Caritas Family Crisis Support Centre

Time: 2:00 - 5:00pm (3 hours)

Venue: Room 2206, 2/F, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building (AC2)

Language: Cantonese

 

Topic: Session 2: Supporting Students with Emotional Problems

Date: 10 January 2018 (Wednesday)

Guest Speaker: Representatives of Grains of Soul: Community Support Program on Psychological Wounds, Caritas Family Crisis Support Centre

Time: 2:00 - 5:00pm (3 hours)

Venue: Room 2206, 2/F, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building (AC2)

Language: English

 

Enroll NOW: https://goo.gl/Jg5vo3

 

 

 

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S1004 Counselling Skills Training Sessions - Basic Counselling Skills
Date: 26 January 2018

 

In this 3-hour session, participating students will obtain basic counselling skills of practical significance that could be applied to support their peers in daily situations. Case scenarios will be prepared for discussion, while role-play will also be included to facilitate the grasp of key counselling skills.

 

Speaker: Ms. Rebecca Lau, Registered Clinical Psychologist (RCP, DCP, HKPS)

Date: 26 January 2018 (Friday)

Time: 2:00pm – 5:00pm

Venue: Room 2206, 2/F Lau Ming Wai Academic Building (AC3),

City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong

Language: English (supplemented by Cantonese)

Quota: 50 (Due to limited space, registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.)

Enquiry: 3442 6141 (Miss Oyan Wong)/3442 6579 (Ms. Rachel Law)

 

Enroll NOW: https://goo.gl/zQ98oC

 

 

 

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S1003 Mindfulness Workshop for Student Development
Date: 2 February 2018

 

What is Mindfulness?

 

Mindfulness is the energy of being aware and awake to the present moment. It is a way of living, which brings peace and happiness to those who practice it. Through the practice of mindful breathing, we reunite our body and mind into harmony throughout the day: while sitting, walking, eating, working, enjoying a cup of tea, etc.

 

Mindfulness practice should be pleasant and enjoyable. Effortlessness. No need to struggle. The practice should bring you joy, relaxation and peace. Join us on a relaxing session if you would like to:

 

  1. Nourish your mind and body through the practice of mindfulness
  2. Learn how to apply mindfulness practice to cultivate peace and happiness in everyday personal and school life

 

Speaker: Ms. Jenny Chan, Registered Clinical Psychologist (HKPS)

Center Manager, Breathe and Smile Mindbody Wellbeing Center

Date: 2 February 2018 (Friday)

Time: 2:00pm – 5:00pm

Venue: Room 6212, 6/F Lau Ming Wai Academic Building (AC3), City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong

Language: English

Quota: 50 (Due to limited space, registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.)

Enquiry: 3442 6141 (Miss Oyan Wong)/ 3442 6579 (Ms. Rachel Law)

 

Enroll NOW: https://goo.gl/dmB95C

 

 

 

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S1002 Psychological Assessment – MBTI Workshop
Date: 5 January 2018

 

Knowing Your Personality Type

 

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) is a widely used instrument for understanding personality differences. It is based on Swiss psychiatrist C.G. Jung’s work on psychological types. Having an understanding of your own and others’ psychological type can help you maximize your strengths, achieve balance and interact with others effectively. Each participant will be invited to take the MBTI questionnaire prior to the workshop. This 3-hour workshop will give an overview of basic individual type preferences, explore and identify careers that align with respective personality types and introduce communication and peer counselling skills with the use of MBTI theories.

 

Hosting Organizations: Life Transformer x The Student Centre

Speaker: Mr. Wallace Hung (Founder of Life Transformer, Senior Counsellor, Life/Career Coach)

Date: 5 January 2018 (Friday)

Time: 2:00 – 5:00pm

Venue: Room 2202, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building (AC2), City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong

Language: Cantonese

Quota: 30 (Due to limited space, registration is on first come, first served basis.)

Enquiry: 3442 6774 (Ms. Tiffany Choy)

 

Enroll NOW: https://goo.gl/hSf6DK

 

 

 

 

Students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) of CCCU have access to support measures such as various facilities including libraries, toilets, lecture halls and classrooms, and canteens at Kowloon Tong Campus. Lifts are installed with low-level buttons, braille markings, and audio provisions. Students may contact their Divisional Student Affairs Coordinator or Programme Leader who will help them obtain a referral should they require professional personal counselling services. Special examination arrangements such as extension of examination hours, a separate room, etc., can also be made for SEN students upon submission of relevant supporting documents demonstrating their needs.

 

Declaration for Students with Special Educational Needs (SEN)

 

AD Students

Steps for Declaration of SEN

  1. Log onto AIMS from CityU homepage.
  2. Click "Student Record" menu.
  3. Select "Special Educational Needs Declaration" from "My Applications"

Diploma & Top-up Degree Students

Download SEN Questionnaire (Diploma & Top-up Degree Students)

 

Contact Us

Any student with special educational needs may also approach the College Office at either
3442-9880 (for Kowloon Tong students) or 2707-9440 (for Kowloon Bay students) or write to college.office@cityu.edu.hk in the first instance for assistance in relation to problems encountered in their study and campus life.

 

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1st Project Progress Report
Available soon

 

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Final Evaluation Report
Published in September 2018

 

 

Mental Health Tips

http://www3.ha.org.hk/cph/imh/mhi/index.asp#1

 

How to achieve mental health and overcome mental illness?

(Special thanks to Dr. William Chui of Institute of Mental Health, Castle Peak Hospital, for authoring this article)

http://www3.ha.org.hk/cph/imh/mhi/article_01_01.asp

 

Stress Management

(Special thanks to Mr. Eric Chan (Clinical Psychologist, Castle Peak Hospital) for authoring this article)

http://www3.ha.org.hk/cph/imh/mhi/article_01_02.asp

 

Anger management

How to deal with anger?

(Special thanks to Dr Martina Cheung, Clinical Psychologist of Castle Peak Hospital, for authoring this article)

Anger is one of human’s emotions. It has its values and functions. It motivates us to protect ourselves and to fight for our rights. However, if anger is not properly managed, it may lead to some physical and psychological problems. Therefore, it would be beneficial for us and for people around us to learn how to manage anger.

http://www3.ha.org.hk/cph/imh/mhi/article_01_03.asp

 

Positive Psychology

(Special thanks to Dr Denise Tsang-Law (Clinical Psychologist, Castle Peak Hospital) for authoring this article)

The more developed a society, the more intense feelings of loss and unhappiness within an individual. Developed society like the United States, rates of depression are ten times higher today than they were in the 1960’s. The average age for onset of depression also turns much younger. So, what can we do to make ourselves happier ? This is one of the reasons why “Positive Psychology” is receiving more and more attention in the recent years.

http://www3.ha.org.hk/cph/imh/mhi/article_01_04.asp

 

Insomnia

(Special thanks to Dr Bonnie Siu of Castle Peak Hospital for authoring this article)

Insomnia is a common problem in the society. A good sleep helps to restore our energy and cognitive function.

http://www3.ha.org.hk/cph/imh/mhi/article_01_05.asp

 

Overcoming grief and bereavement

(Special thanks to Dr. Evelyn Wong of Institute of Mental Health, Castle Peak Hospital, for authoring this article)

Though death is an essential experience in life, facing the death of our loved ones inevitably brings emotional distress. Generally speaking, a normal bereavement does not require intervention by professional parties, but in some cases it may turn out to be a psychiatric disorder.

http://www3.ha.org.hk/cph/imh/mhi/article_01_06.asp

 

Common Mental Problems

http://www3.ha.org.hk/cph/imh/mhi/index.asp#2

 

Substance Misuse

http://www3.ha.org.hk/cph/imh/mhi/index.asp#3

 

Treatment of Mental Disorders

http://www3.ha.org.hk/cph/imh/mhi/index.asp#4

 

 

Source

 

Institute of Mental Health, Castle Peak Hospital:

http://www3.ha.org.hk/cph/imh/index.asp

 

Mental Health Information:

http://www3.ha.org.hk/cph/imh/mhi/index.asp

 

Mental Health Education Pamphlets:

http://www3.ha.org.hk/cph/imh/mhi/pamphlets.asp