With the health situation of COVID-19, the need for strengthening emotional well-being and resilience becomes more apparent than ever.
The Stanford Club of Hong Kong is delighted to welcome fellow alum Dr. Joanne Chan 陳頌恩博士 (Stanford BA ’02 and MA ’02, HKU PhD ’06) as our speaker for this online-only event.
As one of Hong Kong’s leading psychologists and advocates for emotional well-being, Joanne will share tips on:
1) How to manage individual stress
2) How to help children maintain emotional well-being
3) How to increase self-efficacy for prevention of COVID-19
We hope alumni who are interested in maintaining well-being for their families and communities during these times will join our event online.
Date: Wednesday, 11 March, 2020
Time: 12:30 pm – 1:20 pm
Online Videoconference Link: Provided by email after RSVP, closer to event date
Cost: Free for alumni and non-alumni
Lunch Etiquette: Lunch not included due to online nature. You are most welcomed to eat while videoconferencing in.
RSVP: Required. Please RSVP by filling in this form.
Event Contact: Andrew Kwan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
About the Speaker
Dr. Joanne Chan 陳頌恩博士 is a psychologist, writer, storyteller, scriptwriter and guest host for television and radio programs. She has published over 25 books. She is passionate about sharing psychology for the promotion of health and happiness. She designs and conducts psychology programs for children.
Joanne graduated from Stanford University with her B.A. (honors) with distinction in Psychology & Chinese, and M.A. in Psychology. She obtained her Ph.D. in Psychology from The University of Hong Kong with multiple scholarships. She was awarded the Outstanding Teacher Awards four times by the Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and she was a Teaching Excellence Ambassador.