Programs

Counselling Services cordially invites you to attend the following workshops:


Title:Take Charge of Your Emotions” workshop
Date:23 August 2017 (Wednesday)
Time:5.00 – 6.30 p.m.
Venue:Room 2-1-03
Speaker:Ms Carole Chung,
Senior Counsellor  Certified Satir therapist;
Certified Choice Theory Reality Therapist & Instructor.

What you will learn in this workshop:

  • understand the nature of your deep-seated emotions using Satir Therapy
  • how to regulate your emotions using Choice Theory Reality Therapy

*NOTE: You can collect hours for the Counselling Services certificate of participation (minimum 8 hours in a 12-month period).

Introduction:
“Are you much too emotional? Do you find yourself often caught in life’s storms, and helplessly tossed about?”

Come and learn the nature of your deep-seated emotions, how to regulate your emotions more successfully, and take steps starting today to think and act in ways which promote greater calmness and happiness.

If you are interested and committed to attending, please register for this workshop here.

Thank You.


Title:“Dare! The Psychology of Courage!” workshop
Date:16 August 2017 (Wednesday)
Time:1.00– 2:00 PM
Venue:Room 2-1-03
Facilitator:Mr Paul Jambunathan, Clinical Psychologist & BFM Radio Show Host

Description
Human behaviour is perhaps the most popular conundrum to many people. Our behaviour is apparently intensively goal-directed, yet, are you aware that it is also unconsciously very habitual?

To become more effective in our behaviour (anything we feel, think or act), the secret is in our ability to change. This requires two vital ingredients: self-awareness and courage to change. Courage because often the pain of change is greater than the pain of staying the same. Comfort zones can become self-limiting. Only with the courage to identify and challenge boundaries will we be able to self-actualize. We need the courage to challenge ourselves.

I DARE you!

Target Group
Any individual who has ever been slightly faint-hearted or who has ever wished that you were braver to do the things you dream of doing.

If you are interested and committed to attending, please register here.

Thank You.

Title:“Dealing with Procrastination” workshop
Date:1st, 8th, 15th & 22nd August 2017 (every Tuesday)
Time:5.00 p.m. – 6.30 p.m.
Venue:Room 2-1-03
Facilitator:Ms. Siow Li Fong (Student Counsellor)

Description
This is a series of four fun and interactive workshops in which participants learn early on in the semester about procrastination, what it is, what it is not and what to do about it. Participants will gain a better idea of their inner self, what’s going in their minds and use this knowledge to come up with more effective plans and schedules for themselves.

Target Group
Any individual who would like to learn more about his or her inner self and effective study planning. It is useful for group mates or friends to attend together and learn from one another.

If you are interested and committed to attending ALL parts of the series, please register here by 5.00 p.m., 31 July 2017.

The workshop can accommodate up to 40 participants.

Note: Students who attend at least 8 hours of workshops and/or talks organised by Counselling Services (excluding Mental Health First Aid training) within 12 months will receive a Certificate of Participation.

Thank You.


Title:Mindful Creativity Workshops (MCW)
Dates:10 Aug, 17 Aug, 24 Aug, 7 Sept and 14 Sept 2017 (Thursdays)
Time:5.00pm to 6.30pm
Venue:Room 6-2-07
Frequency:5 sessions, 1.5 hours each (weekly over 5 weeks)
Presenter:Ms. Soon Saw Imm (Senior Counsellor, Monash University Malaysia)

This is a self-exploration workshop series which will help you in understanding your feelings and reducing stress. It is an experiential program that focuses on learning basic skills on mindfulness and creative expressive art such as gentle inquiry, space-awareness, mindful drawing and painting. The workshop will be delivered through slides presentation, small group discussions and sharing.

*No previous drawing or meditation experience is necessary.

For registration, please log on HERE. Registration closes on Wednesday, 9 Aug 2017.

For more information, please contact Saw Imm at 03-5514 4981.

Note: Students who attend at least 8 hours of workshops and/or talks organised by Counselling Services (excluding Mental Health First Aid training) within 12 months will receive a Certificate of Participation.

See you there!


Title:Mental Health First Aid Training
Date:5 & 12 August 2017 (Saturdays)
Time:10.00pm to 5pm
Venue:Room 2-1-03
Trainer:Ms. Na Mui Gee

This training program covers the various types of mental illness and teaches participants a practical approach to provide initial help to those who are in need, until professional help becomes available.

Feedback received from staff and students at Monash indicates that people who are trained feel more confident to communicate with those affected by mental health problems, as well as to assist and to encourage them to seek professional help.

The program will be conducted in the form of a workshop, which focuses on active participation from members and involves experiential activities, case scenarios, role plays, and group discussions.

As a MHFAider you have the opportunity to complete an online Accreditation Assessment in order to become an accredited MHFAider for 3 years.

If you pass the Accreditation Assessment, you will be issued a digital PDF Certificate of Accreditation by MHFA Australia. If you are unsuccessful in the Accreditation Assessment, you will receive a digital PDF Certificate of Completion.

For further information on MHFA, please log on to the following websites:

About the trainer:

The MHFA program will be conducted by Ms Na Mui Gee, who is an accredited MHFA instructor by Orygen Research Centre, University of Melbourne (Australia). Mui Gee is the Head - Counselling, Health and Wellness Services at Monash University Malaysia.

Registration:

The training accommodates up to 25 participants. Registration will be confirmed on a first-come-first-served basis. Please register here by 3 August 2016, 5pm.