Media

Jul 2020

1. Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Natalie Loong wrote this article for Sassy Mama Hong Kong on different parenting styles. Read the full article to find what parenting style works best for you.

https://www.sassymamahk.com/parenting-styles-parenting/

2. In an interview with South China Morning Post, Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Natalie Loong talks about how you should be kind and patient to yourself as plans fall through during Covid – 19

https://youtu.be/iXJlStxEvoE/ 

 

 

3. Listen to the new episode of @Mombodysoulpodcast featuring our Clinical Psychologist, Dr Tess Browne on all things birth trauma.
https://open.spotify.com/episode/1qibaPLUU0TSDn2HUc08hS?si=S4ZkMWUtTu6O5_ca0ogRig

Jul 2020

In an interview with ‘Young Post’, Clinical Psychologist, Dr Kaili Chen talks on how trying to be perfect can cause anxiety, loss of sleep and affect relationships 

https://www.scmp.com/yp/discover/lifestyle/features/article/3092261/quest-perfection-can-lead-depression-especially

2 July 2020

In the article written for Sassy Mama Hong Kong, clinical Psychologist, Dr Natalie Loong talks about the difference between Tweens and Teens and how parents can help tweens transition into their teens.

https://www.sassymamahk.com/parenting-tweens-to-teens-transition/

16 Apr 2020

Dr. Sharmeen Shroff, Owner and Clinical Psychologist at Central Minds recording yesterday for City Mental Health Alliance (CMHA).

The recording is part of their weekly bulletin that aims to help synthesise the latest information relating to mental health and COVID-19 to support companies and their staff in the Asia region.

Media 3

Spring 2020

Clinical Psychologist, Dr Natalie Loong wrote this article for Playtimes Hong Kong Magazine on the benefits of sports and physical exercise to children.

https://56b1fdb3-5602-4b51-af56-0e8082d59c60.filesusr.com/ugd/385b94_b68cf8993224423ab2cbef273a35fd5c.pdf

12 Apr 2020

In her other role as a clinical advisor at Mind HK, one of our therapists, Dr. Hannah Sugarman, wrote this article on how online dance classes during coronavirus lockdown helps reduce stress and enhances mood.

https://www.scmp.com/lifestyle/health-wellness/article/3079138/dance-away-coronavirus-lockdown-blues-boogie-around-your

30 Mar 2020

In her other role as a clinical advisor at Mind HK, one of our therapists, Dr. Hannah Sugarman, wrote this article on managing your wellbeing in uncertain times.

https://thehkhub.com/wellness-hong-kong-managing-your-wellbeing-in-uncertain-times-covid19/

18 Feb 2020 

In her other role as a clinical advisor at Mind HK, one of our therapists, Dr. Hannah Sugarman, wrote this article on effects of working from home amid coronavirus crisis
 

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Jul 2020

In an interview with ‘Young Post’, Clinical Psychologist, Dr Kaili Chen talks on how trying to be perfect can cause anxiety, loss of sleep and affect relationships 

https://www.scmp.com/yp/discover/lifestyle/features/article/3092261/quest-perfection-can-lead-depression-especially

In light of the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in Hong Kong, Central Minds has decided to conduct all their sessions online. Please note that the practice is closed and our administrative team will be answering phone calls and emails remotely.
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