Fall Speaker Series
Title: Common Misunderstanding of Crisis Intervention
Speaker: Dr. Chan Tsun-Hung Albert
Date: Tuesday, 15 September, 2020
Time: 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
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Please consider a voluntary donation, with the amount determined by each participant, to Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre. This charity has been chosen by Dr. Chan.
Crisis is a common phenomenon that plagues the safety and security of human existence and erodes the mental health of the victims. This brief workshop provides a direction for helping professionals or frontline crisis responders and management to understand the nature of crisis. Furthermore, a framework of crisis response knowledge and skills for facing small and large scale traumatic events will be presented.
This presentation is suitable for psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, SEN teachers, school counsellors, students of psychology, and all types of first responders.
About Dr. Chan Tsun-Hung Albert
With over 25 years of clinical practice and teaching, Dr. Chan is a dynamic clinical psychologist and experienced Marriage and Family Therapist (Approved Supervisor). He provides a wide range of clinical services, personal coaching and corporate management consultation to governmental departments, non-profit organizations, and private corporations. He practices across the fields of social work, clinical psychology, marriage, family, and sex therapy.
He was the Head and Professor of the School of Psychology, Gratia Christian College, visiting Professor of McGill University and Visiting Scholar of Lingnan University. Currently, he is the Founder and Director of the Institute for Family and Psychology, and the Senior Psychologist of Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre, Adjunct Professor for Macau University of Science and Technology, Mongolia University of Science and Technology, Baptist University and Hospital Nursing Program. He is one of the co-authors of Existential psychology, East West. Vol. I and II, Colorado Springs, CO: University of Professors Press.
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