25 Sep 2023 (Mon)
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
The beginning of a new semester can be a challenging and emotionally distressing time as students navigate new social environments. Years of research have found that security is based on establishing a secure attachment relationship, and people with secure attachment relationships have a higher ability to adjust their emotions, solve problems on their own, and develop better social skills.
In this workshop, you will
- Explore the concepts of attachment theory and the impact of attachment styles and family interactions on your interpersonal connection
- Learn about the challenges students may face and develop strategies to manage your emotional well-being in challenges through sharing of case studies
- Have a taste of how self-hypnosis may help manage emotional distress in social interaction
Ms. Erica Yuen, Counselor and Individual, Marriage & Family Psychotherapist, Family Dynamics
Here on or before 20 Sep 2023
Tel: 2358 6696 / E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The workshop will be delivered online with Zoom.
- Successful registrants will receive confirmation email with a link to the online session.
- This is a HMAW1905-recognized event in the "Personal Enrichment & Community Service" category under the "Self-directed Experience" of HMAW1905: Behavioral Foundations of University Education: Habits, Mindsets, and Wellness.
- To receive 1.5 hours, you must attend the event in full and miss no more than 10mins.