Raising healthy children requires looking after both their mental and physical health. The SHKP Club will host two lectures in June; called How to raise a positive child and Healthy eating for an active child. Experts will offer advice on emotional health in children so members and their families can enjoy happy, healthy lives together.
Clinical psychotherapist Ernest Lee and Gloria Tse, a dietitian registered in Australia, will give the lectures. Mr Lee has more than ten years of educational experience and will combine theory and practice to give members effective strategies for educating their children. He will explain how to see the world from a child's viewpoint and interpret their inner thoughts to improve their emotional intelligence and lay the foundations for developing problem solving, independence and focus. Ms Tse has a master's degree in nutrition and dietetics from the University of Sydney in Australia, and she will focus on using information to promote healthy eating in children including how to interpret nutrition labels and compare different foods, plus correct common misconceptions about diet and explain how to choose food that helps physical and mental development. She will also offer recipes for balanced meals that are convenient and nutritious. Click here for registration details.
Child physical and mental health lecture details
|Date||3 June 2017 (Saturday)|
|Time||2:30 to 4:30 pm|
|Place||SHK Centre, 30 Harbour Road, Wan Chai|
|Topic||1. How to raise a positive child||2. Healthy eating for an active child|
|Lecturer||Clinical psychotherapist and columnist Ernest Lee obtained his master's degree in the Faculty of Social Sciences from the University of Hong Kong, and has a number of international professional qualifications such as being a child and adolescent character recognition practitioner. He is also a clinical trauma expert and consultant recognized by the American National Child Trauma Treatment Institute. He has more than ten years of experience in education and training, providing professional parent-child relationship assessments and counselling for local schools and parents, as well as hosting programmes and lectures about family, parent-child relationships and emotional management.||Registered dietitian Gloria Tse holds a master's degree in nutrition and dietetics from the University of Sydney in Australia and is certified by the Australian College of Physical Fitness. She is also a popular blogger, author and columnist on health. She has extensive knowledge of nutrition and health and regularly contributes to major newspapers, magazines and radio stations, and organizes health talks and cooking classes for local educational institutions to promote nutrition and health knowledge.|