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More Than a Conversation: 身心連結——點解咁重要 The Mind-Body Connection - Why it matters

聆聽來自 Mind HK 大使 Jo 分享她的恐慌突襲及創傷後壓力症狀的精神健康經歷,以及運動如何影響她的復元。 Our ambassador, Jo, who will be sharing her own mental health journey with experiencing panic attacks and symptoms of PTSD, and how exercise and movement has influenced her recovery.

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More Than a Conversation: 身心連結——點解咁重要 The Mind-Body Connection - Why it matters

時間地點 Time & Location

Jan 24, 12:15 PM – Jan 25, 12:45 PM

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關於活動 About the event

參與我們在 1 月 24 日 12:15 - 12:45pm 的 Zoom 分享會,聆聽來自 Mind HK 大使 Jo 分享她的驚恐發作及創傷後壓力症狀的精神健康經歷,以及運動如何影響她的復元。

Tune in on the 24th of January from 12:15pm to 12:45pm HKT on Zoom for  #MoreThanAConversation with our very own ambassador, Jo, who will be  sharing her own mental health journey with experiencing panic attacks  and symptoms of PTSD, and how exercise and movement has influenced her  recovery.

日期時間 : 24th January 2022 12:15pm - 12:45pm HKT

模式: Zoom Live Event

主持人: Vicki  (Mind HK 心理健康項目幹事)

嘉賓: Jo (Mind HK 大使)

語言: 廣東話

按此了解更多有關「我就是我」消除污名計劃:zh.morethanalabelhk.com

Click here to learn more about the 'More Than a Label' antistigma programme: www.morethanalabelhk.com

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「More  Than a Label 我就是我」是 Mind HK  與香港思健合作策劃的全新計劃,計劃源於我們希望改變大眾對精神疾病患者的觀感。由怡和集團贊助,此計劃透過邀請復元人士分享他們的精神健康復元故事,來展示他們最真實的一面、描繪最真實的自己,藉此鼓勵大眾擺脫對精神疾病的固有觀念、污名及標籤。

我們希望透過這個計劃來提升大眾對精神疾病及其污名的認知,並為復元人士充權。我們深信這次計劃能鼓勵社會大眾展開更多有關精神健康的對話,協助消除有關精神健康的污名。

“More  than a Label 我就是我” is Mind HK new campaign in partnership with MINDSET,  which stems from its goal of changing and influencing the public’s  perception towards persons with diagnosable mental health conditions.  Funded by Jardines Matheson, this campaign encourages the public to look  beyond the typical, stigmatising, labels associated with mental health  diagnoses. Through personal stories of mental health journeys, we want  to showcase realistic portrayals of people who have faced mental health  problems and recovered and depict their holistic identity.

With this campaign, we hope to raise awareness of the stigma towards persons  with mental health conditions, celebrate the resilience and strength of  people in recovery, and educate and equip the public with mental health  knowledge. We believe this will facilitate more conversation in mental  health, which will in turn help destigmatise mental health in Hong Kong.

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