JCTH/ JCTH+ project is the first online stepped care platform in Hong Kong aiming to enhance the working adults' mental well-being, to prevent and relieve symptoms of common mental health disorders, and to promote a well-being conductive culture among corporations in Hong Kong.
In the JCTH project, Storytaler co-organized several exhibitions and workshops, such as:
TourHeart Storytelling Day,
Workshops “Companionship Through Cooking”
Workshops “Why is burnout prevalent in fresh graduates”,
A total of more than 10,000 participants participated in all of the events.
Next, in the new platform of the JCTH+ project, Storytaler is being a consultant to give professional advice and to write the content of programme activities. We also help develop a series of psychoeducational materials such as short videos and audio recordings to the service members. Moreover, we co-organize different workshops, psychotherapy groups and talks.
A funded project of “Mind Matters”, an initiative co-organised by HSBC private Banking and Asian Charity Services.
Generously sponsored and supported by BPEA Baring Private Equity Asia, Koo’s Giving Charitable Foundation and anonymous funders.
It is our honour to be invited by SLCO Community Resource. Together we develop a first cross-disciplinary model of sign language bilingual mental health service to help innately deaf young people and adults who communicate in spoken or sign language to receive an appropriate psychological service.
Registered Clinical Psychologists from Storytaler provide individual psychological evaluation and psychotherapy groups which are tailor-made for deaf community.
Throughout the preparation, we train mentors to deliver mental health study groups with four themes:
“Coexist with Emotions'',
“Work with Stress”,
“Sleep Health Workshop”, and
Also, we co-organize trainings on Story Sharing, equip deaf people and their family members to share their stories and experiences in the “Listening to Deaf People Telling Stories' Story Sharing Activity, and take part in professional talks to promote this mental health service model and raise the mental health awareness of deaf people to the society.
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