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COMMUNITY RESOURCES ON PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT IN MACAU RELATED TO TYPHOON HATO

Community Resources in Macau

Cognitive Processing Therapy Manuals

Cognive Processing Therapy (CPT) is a cognitive-behavioral treatment for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Manuals of Cognitive Processing Therapy of different languages (including Chinese language) are now available at the CPT official website. They can downloaded from http://cptforptsd.com/cpt-resources/.

Forum for the Third United Nations Global Road Safety Week
“MAKING ROAD TRANSPORT SAFER FOR CHILDREN”

Every day more than 500 children lose their lives in traffic crashes in the world. Thousands are injured.
 
The United Nations dedicates the Third UN Global Road Safety Week, 4th to 10th May 2015, to the theme “Children and Road Safety”. During this week, governments, international agencies, civil society organisations, private companies - all of us who travel the world's roads - are encouraged to plan and hostevents to raise our concerns and show our care. More information about this campaign can be found on the UN website: http://www.who.int/roadsafety/week/2015/en/

In Hong Kong, you are cordially invited to participate in the following event :

Forum for the Third United Nations Global Road Safety Week
“MAKING ROAD TRANSPORT SAFER FOR CHILDREN”
Date : 9 May 2015 (Saturday)
Time : 13:00 – 18:00
Venue : Lecture Theatre, G/F, Centre for Health Protection, 147C Argyle Street, Kowloon
Media : English
Details and registration: please click here

Life membership of AsianSTSS is now available!

Join us and click here to download application form.

Announcement: Change of AsianSTSS correspondence address

Dear Friends,
Please be informed that our correspondence address is now changed to Room 915, 9/F, China Merchants Tower, Shun Tak Centre, 168-200 Connaught Road C., Sheung Wan, H.K.

Resources related to Philippines Typhoon Haiyan

Free download of Chinese version of the manuals on Psychological First Aid for Families Experiencing Homelessness (露宿家庭的心理急救) and Psychological First Aid for Youth Experiencing Homelessness (露宿青少年的心理急救)

Dear Friends,

As a society for traumatic stress studies, AsianSTSS strives to promote and share good practices of traumatic work. One of our latest projects is the translation project of Psychological First Aid manuals, conjointly conducted with the Hong Kong Red Cross, for enhancing knowledge on offering psychological support to homeless families and youth.

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Healing Trauma : A Professional Guide

NEW BOOK publication supported and sponsored by the AsianSTSS Edited by Kitty K. Wu, Catherine S. Tang and Eugenie Y. Leung

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Survey on the Psychological Impact of Road Traffic Accident

The Position Paper of the Asian Society for Traumatic Stress Studies on Psychological Impact of Road Traffic Accident

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Two-day workshop on Complicated Grief by Prof Richard Bryant

Two-day workshop on Complicated Grief by Prof Richard Bryant has been successfully organized on 3 and 4 July 2013.  We would like to thank the co-organizer, Department of Psychology of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, for the kind support and Prof Richard Bryant for sharing of his knowledge and experience with complicated grief in the seminar.

A 2-day Workshop on Current Evidence-based Practice for Effective Management of PTSD by Prof. Jonathan Bisson

Date: 30-31 July 2015 (Thur & Fri)
Time: 8:45am - 5:45pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 3, Yasumoto International Academic Park, Chung Chi College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Organizer: Asian Society for Traumatic Stress Studies
Co-organizer: Department of Psychology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Medium of Instruction: English
Details and registration: please click here

Announcement & Disclaimer:

The frontpage of the AsianSTSS's website was hacked by an organization in the evening of 1 June 2015. AsianSTSS hereby declares that we should by no means be held accountable for the contents used by the hacker to deface the frontpage of our website. The incident was immediately reported to the data centre that serves our website. The frontpage was restored within a few hours. The data centre has confirmed the hacking was limited to the frontpage and all the other contents of our website have remained intact. There should be no leakage of any confidential data. The case has been reported to the Hong Kong Police.

亞洲創傷心理研究學會的網址首頁於2015年6月1日傍晚遭黑客入侵。本會謹此聲明,黑客用作入侵頁面的一切內容,均與本會無關。本會即時將事件通報負責管理網頁的資料中心,網址首頁亦於數小時內恢復正常。資料中心確認入侵只限於網址首頁,其他內容均不受影響,並無泄漏任何機密資料。本會已就事件向香港警方報警求助。