Wellness for Young Professionals
Wellness for Young Professionals
We have been in the pandemic for two years and it has taken a toll on all our mental and physical health.
Join AustCham as our speakers discuss how to better manage your mental health, work-life balance, work burnout, and how we can better prepare ourselves for a brighter future. The webinar aims to equip individuals with the tools and techniques to support them with managing their wellbeing during and after the pandemic.
Topics to be covered include:
- Overview of direct and indirect health issues arising from the pandemic
- Key issues for the under 35 working professional to be aware of
- Managing your health & best practices for better health
Our speakers are open for a informal discussion on issues of importance to you. So come along with your questions and be ready to share your experiences for better health! More speakers to come.
Please note: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by the speaker(s) belong solely to the speaker, and are not representative of the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.
Wed, May 25, 2022
12:30 PM - 01:30 PM
Zoom webinar - link will be sent to guests one day ahead of the event
Counsellor & Therapist | Maple Tree Counselling
Casey, through her experience as a finance attorney and a policy manager at The Women’s Foundation, understands the pressures women face in cut-throat work environments and specialises in helping women navigate their careers alongside other major life transitions. Starting with the journey to conceive and including the postpartum experience, Casey has found a lack of emotional support for women in Hong Kong to create additional burdens on women. In addition to her work with these groups, she also has experience counselling women adjusting to changing family lives, including divorce and growing children, and menopause.
Topics that Casey can contribute towards in articles, talks, columns and thought leadership pieces:
IVF, infertility & pregnancy loss Postpartum depression & anxiety Managing life transitions (marriage, motherhood, divorce, menopause, empty nest, etc.) Challenges for expat families Workplace issues for female lawyers, bankers and senior leaders Burnout
Dr Keith Hariman
Doctor, Speciality in Psychiatry | OT&P Healthcare
Dr. Keith Hariman started his medical school career at Imperial College, London. After obtaining a BSc (Honours) degree, he completed his clinical training at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He trained at Castle Peak Hospital, the mental health institute in Hong Kong with the longest history, and Queen Mary Hospital, where he has worked in various fields of psychiatry. He is also appointed an Honorary clinical tutor in psychiatry at the University of Hong Kong. He is a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in the United Kingdom and a Fellow of the Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists and the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine.
He has a particular research interest on the use of technology in psychiatry, including the effects of social media on mental health and the promotion of functional recovery for patients with mental illness. He has contributed to research in local and international journals and has also written chapters for textbooks published by Oxford University Press. He also holds a Master of Public Health from the University of Hong Kong and a Master of Business Administration from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.