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Neuroplasticity: Practice Makes Perfect

Date: 19 Sep 2018

Hong Kong

Neuroplasticity is the brain’s amazing capacity to change and adapt throughout
our lifetime, and it refers to the connections among the cells in our brains to reorganise in response to our changing needs. How is this related to psychotherapy? Well, psychotherapy affects a change in the mind. And if it is effective in doing so, it will lead to lasting changes in conscious content, and potentially in the process of consciousness itself. Few other human endeavours seek so systematically to produce predictable enduring variation in emotion, cognition, behaviour and somatic perceptions; changes which can persist for many years beyond the end of therapy.


Dr Vanessa Wong is a psychiatrist with 18 years of experience and has been in private practice since 2014. As well as going through conventional medical training, she has embraced an integrative approach to mental health and is passionate about holistic care to optimise overall well-being.

Duration: 7 pm Socialising with light refreshments,
7:30 pm Presentation with Case Studies

Venue: The Conference Room, The Helena May, 35 Garden Road, Central

Website: Go to event website

Brochure: Download

Fees:
Members: $150
Non-members: $200
Full-time students: $150

Language: English

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