Self Care

Self Care
Jill Carroll

Staying Connected with ourselves and others during the festive season

Globally we are experiencing challenging times, people may feel invisible as they remain isolated, discriminated against, separated from loved ones, restrictions placed upon them.

I want to share something with you that may seem simple in concept yet has a profound impact on our wellbeing and others. What I would like to share is a Transactional Analysis concept called the Stroke Economy, developed by the Psychotherapist Claude Steiner.

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Life
Dr. Kaili Chen

Time to Reflect, Re-evaluate, and Reset for the New Year

As the year comes to an end, and it is an opportunity for us to reflect on all that has happened and take the time to evaluate resolutions for the upcoming year. It is always exciting to consider the next steps in our lives, but we are sorely disappointed when we cannot meet the goals

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Photo of a woman showing self-compassion.
Mental Health
Dr. Melissa Chan

Sowing the seed of self-compassion

Have these thoughts ever come across your mind? “Why didn’t I do better?” “How could I have missed that point? I’m such a fool…” “I could have seen that coming! If I had been more careful…” etc. Self-criticism is common and it exists as almost part of our daily lives. We criticise ourselves more often

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Self Care
Dr. Tess Browne

Why Self-Care is a Necessity, Not a Luxury

“Self-care” is a term that has become increasingly popular in the last decade. When people think of self-care, they often think of bubble baths, facials or dinners out. And whilst these can all be acts of self-care, at its heart there is so much more to it.  Self-care is any form of nourishment for your body,

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Free Covid-19 Mental Health Self Help Guide

In March 2020, the Covid-19 Mental Health Relief Committee (made up of therapists from Central Minds), partnered with Mind HK to launch the Covid-19 Mental Health Relief Scheme, offering short term pro-bono mental health support to individuals in need.

As the pandemic continues and mandatory quarantine requirements and restrictions are continuously changing, we have now created a self help guide for individuals to work through at their own pace.

The guide, developed by our clinicians in partnership with Mind HK, includes several self help tools and strategies to guide you in managing your mental health during the pandemic and whilst in quarantine.

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