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Social Contagion: The Other Flu

A huge amount of information and misinformation about the novel coronavirus is circulating. It can make us fearful, and more likely to engage in panic behaviors. By Dr. Ken Fung
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Special Discounts During Class Suspension

Don't neglect your mental health. It is a stressful time in Hong Kong. Take advantage of our special pricing to stay mentally well while schools are closed.
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Online Therapy: Does it Work?

Online therapy is an effective alternative to in-person sessions. If you are reluctant or unable to visit our offices, inquire about online options. By Katrina Rozga CCC MC (Psych)
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BFDC Workplace Health Measures During the Coronavirus Outbreak

The BFDC is following WHO recommendations to maintain a safe workplace for all people who visit our offices during the novel coronavirus outbreak.
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How to Stay Calm During the Outbreak

Manage your fear and anxiety during the novel coronavirus outbreak. Use these five helpful steps to stay calm, reasonable and healthy. By Katrina Rozga CCC MC (Psych)
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Active Kids Are Happy Kids

Kids require daily exercise. It offers a wide variety of physical, mental, social, and even academic benefits. By Katrina Rozga CCC MC (Psych).
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Regular Exercise Strengthens Relationships

Exercise is universally acknowledge to benefit physical and mental health. But did you know relationships are made stronger when couples exercise together? By Dr. Ken Fung
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Change Your Mind, Change Your Marriage

Relationships can stall and suffer. But not every relationship should be abandoned. Sometimes, it is a matter of changing minds, rather than breaking hearts. By Dr. Ken Fung
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Are schools training kids to like social media “likes”?

Schools use sharing platforms as a window into students' daily learning. Do these tools train young kids to measure their success by "likes"? By Marianne Lagutaine
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