MASTERING THE MIND
MASTERING THE MIND
Bhavna Bharvani & Dr. Hannah Sugarman
Whenever we get a new phone or travel to another country, we take the time to adjust the settings on our phone: we adjust the volume, the brightness, whether we want data on or off, whether we want our phone to vibrate on silent, and so on.
However, how often do we take the time to adjust the settings of our mind? Do we know what they are?
Mastering the Mind is a workshop for people who want to learn more about the inner workings of their minds, and how their thinking processes affect their confidence, productivity, motivation, and ability to work toward their goals.
The workshops will teach concepts from well-established psychological models to help attendees to increase their self-awareness and learn how to get the best out of their minds.
The course is comprised of six fortnightly evening workshop sessions, each lasting 90 minutes.
Interested participants are requested to fill out a questionnaire prior to registration to ensure the group will be beneficial for you.
Cost: HK$5,500 for 6 weeks workshop
80% attendance mandatory
Bhavna Bharvani is a US – trained Clinical Counselor who works with the LGBTQIA+ community, teenagers, adults & couples, helping them achieve a sense of well – being in their relationships, work & play. She has a background providing mental health services & education in community mental health clinics, high schools & residential substance use centers. Before becoming a therapist, Bhavna worked in Mumbai, New York, London, San Francisco & Hong Kong in Television Journalism, Investment Banking & Market Research.
Dr. Hannah Sugarman is a UK trained Chartered Clinical Psychologist with over 10 years of experience of working in mental health settings. She is experienced in the assessment & treatment of mental health problems and has delivered a range of different workshops & training sessions on the topic of mental health & related issues.
*The content of all group sessions are confidential; members agree not to identify other members or their concerns outside of group.