Resilience is the ability to "bounce back" from adverse situations, such as trauma, tragedy, threats, or other significant sources of stress. There are several factors contributing to people's resilience. One of them is the way people think.
This workshop will help you understand how our thinking and beliefs would affect our emotions and behaviors, and to learn more rational and resilient thinking styles in facing life frustrations.
AIMS & OBJECTIVES
- To introduce mindfulness meditation, its origin, scientific support and skills of doing meditation.
- In-session practice of mindfulness meditation.
English / Cantonese
Aug 25 (Fri) 14:30-16:00, English
Sep 7 (Thu) 14:30-16:00, Cantonese
If you do not receive the Zoom link one day before the workshop, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a recognized event in the "Self-directed Experience" component of HMAW1905: Behavioral Foundations of University Education: Habits, Mindsets, and Wellness. You need to attend the event in full to get 1.5 hours.