The following videos explain how we can understand common mental disorders from the cognitive-behavioural theory, including depression, generalized anxiety disorder, specific phobia and social anxiety disorder.
"You Are Stressed? I Am Stressed. We All Have Stress?"
According to statistics, there are 13.3% of the Hong Kong population suffers from various kind of mood disorders. In such a prevalent trend, what can we do if our close ones or ourselves have mood problems? Let's see if Joe's story brings you some insight on it. You can contact us for more information and help.
Suppress to "DEPRESSED"
Do you feel sad, lonely and lack of motivation because of your relationship problem? Let's see how Helen, a housewife, combat with depression. If you have encounter similar problems, you are suggested to contact us for more information and help.
What to Do with Anxiety?
Are you always worried about your work or study performance that you cannot sleep at night? Let's see how Nathan tackle his anxiety. If you encounter similar problems, you are suggested to contact us for more information and help.
"Too Scared to be Rational"?
Do you scream or leave immediate when you see a cockroach or a dog? Sam, a postman, shares similar problems as you. Check out the video to see how he deals with his problems. If you encounter similar problems, you are suggested to contact us for more information and help.
What to Do when Panic ATTACKS?
Do you feel difficulty in breathing or feel like dying whenever you are in a crowded place? You may be as troubled as Amy. Let's see how she tackle the problem! If you encounter similar problem, you are suggested to contact us for more information and help.
How do we understand our emotions?
While busy handling daily events, we may sometimes neglect the pressure accumulated and influence on our mental well-being. To better understand what happen to us, we could apply the cognitive theory. Let's see how it can be applied!