About the Course
With the recent social crisis and the pandemic virus, everyone will inevitably have stress, negative thoughts or uneasy emotions. Those who are severe will be more likely to suffer from traumatic sequelae.
PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) is more pervasive in today's world than many might think. The experience of trauma is more than just a 'fright' and comes from an individual's coping mechanisms being overwhelmed. Exposure to a traumatic event can leave deep psychological scars.
In this course, Dr. Albert Chan will help you understand more about Post-Trauma Syndrome and highly effective ways to deal with PTSD. With 3 scientifically proven strategies, you will learn how to address anxiety, depression and other mental health issues triggered by social conflicts and the pandemic virus.
What You Will Learn
Understand how the recent social crisis and the pandemic virus can trigger negative emotions.
The relationship between mental and physical health: how they affect each other.
Understand causes, symptoms and effects of PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder).
Identify specific negative thinking patterns and cognitive distortions.
How to apply psychological principles to address anxiety, depression and other mental health issues.
3 evidence-based strategies to improve mental well-being and mood.
How to practise positive thinking and prevent anxiety, depression or mental illness.
Who This Course Is For
Anyone suffering an emotional disturbance due to the recent social crisis and the pandemic virus.
Anyone experiencing anxiety, depression or other mental health issues and you want to feel at ease.
Anyone suffering PTSD after exposure to a traumatic event and you want treatments to alleviate the symptoms.
Anyone who has negative thinking patterns or cognitive distortions and you want to avoid them.
Anyone who wants to take back control of your thoughts, feeling hopeful and joyful again.
Dr. Albert Chan is an experienced psychology professor with over 30 years of clinical practice and teaching in places such as Canada, US, HK, Taiwan and China. He is a Clinical and Counselling Psychologist, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Approved Supervisor providing a wide range of clinical training, personal coaching, corporate management and training to organisations including government departments, non-profit organisations and private corporations.
Dr. Chan practices across the fields of social work, clinical psychology, marriage and family therapy, sex therapy and management consultation and training. He offers inspiring insights that cultivate participants’ strengths and motivation to develop innovations and practical solutions. Albert taught both undergraduate and graduate psychology programs at various universities in Hong Kong and China and was the Head and Professor of the School of Psychology, Gratia Christian College.