Kung Hei Fat Choi: Hop into the facts behind Chinese New Year

A Wellness Webinar by Mind You

Wednesday, 18 January, 5-6 PM

Kung Hei Fat Choi: Hop into the facts behind Chinese New Year

A Wellness Webinar by Mind You

Wednesday, 18 January, 5-6 PM

About The Event

What is this webinar about?

Chinese New Year is celebrated all over the world. Although different countries may have different ways of celebrating the holiday, they all have one thing in common – it is a time to gather together and celebrate as a family. This webinar aims to provide an overview of the celebration and its significance in Chinese culture. The relevance of the customs and rituals that come with it, as well as the psychology behind this tradition, will also be examined.

What will I learn?

Attendees will be introduced to the customs and traditions of Chinese New year. Moreover, the psychology behind such traditions will also be discussed, along with the possible stress brought about by the pressure of adhering to them. Strategies on how one can effectively manage the stress and anxiety brought about by the season will also be provided.

About The Event

What is this webinar about?

Chinese New Year is celebrated all over the world. Although different countries may have different ways of celebrating the holiday, they all have one thing in common – it is a time to gather together and celebrate as a family. This webinar aims to provide an overview of the celebration and its significance in Chinese culture. The relevance of the customs and rituals that come with it, as well as the psychology behind this tradition, will also be examined.

What will I learn?

Attendees will be introduced to the customs and traditions of Chinese New year. Moreover, the psychology behind such traditions will also be discussed, along with the possible stress brought about by the pressure of adhering to them. Strategies on how one can effectively manage the stress and anxiety brought about by the season will also be provided.

Rea Celine Villa,
Mind You Senior Psychologist

Speaker

Rea is responsible for designing and creating Mental Health programs, internal processes and policies for the company and its clients. She is also responsible for conducting preventative interventions for Mind You clients through webinars, workshops and training. Rea is also in charge of discussing employee mental health check results, psychometric reports and provides recommendations to its client organizations as we take a preventative approach to their mental health care. She is co-author of the first-ever Filipino Youth Depression scale which serves as an initial self-assessment tool that measures individual depression tendencies. In addition, her vast experience as a Psychology professor and chief Psychologist at Pasig City General Hospital where she handles cases related to gender-based violence, trauma, abuse, depression, anxiety and other mental health conditions has made her a valuable asset and phenomenal educator in the mental health landscape of the Philippines.

Speaker

Rea Celine Villa,
Mind You Senior Psychologist

Rea is responsible for designing and creating Mental Health programs, internal processes and policies for the company and its clients. She is also responsible for conducting preventative interventions for Mind You clients through webinars, workshops and training. Rea is also in charge of discussing employee mental health check results, psychometric reports and provides recommendations to its client organizations as we take a preventative approach to their mental health care. She is co-author of the first-ever Filipino Youth Depression scale which serves as an initial self-assessment tool that measures individual depression tendencies. In addition, her vast experience as a Psychology professor and chief Psychologist at Pasig City General Hospital where she handles cases related to gender-based violence, trauma, abuse, depression, anxiety and other mental health conditions has made her a valuable asset and phenomenal educator in the mental health landscape of the Philippines.

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