Do you feel sad and depressed after a relationship ends? Are you frustrated and angry when something doesn’t go as planned? Are you an emotional wreak after taking a test? Are you afraid to change your job?
We all have these feelings, and likely much more. Our emotions can vary day to day, moment to moment. Some of these are good feelings that we seek more of, while others we are ashamed of and don’t want to admit we experience them. We often don’t know how to deal with these more negative emotions.
In order to address this issue, we invite you to join our MoodLab Emotional Wellbeing Workshop at UCCA and learn skills to handle an array of emotions.
In this workshop, we will explore the range of human emotions, and spectrum of moods through learner centered approach using art and psychosocial education including body movement, drawing, group reflection, and theater games to engage the participate to experience the spectrum of emotions; mini psychoeducation elements including personal story telling, and psychosocial presentation will be introduced.
More Details Time: 1st session, 14:15-16:30 December 17th 2016 (Please stay tuned for following sessions) Location: UCCA Fee: Scholarship for participation Clothes: stretchy comfortable clothes RSVP: email@example.com email us your name, country of origins, gender, age and intention to participate. We will contact the selected applicants to grant scholarship Participation: Registration and tickets at UCCA front desk 30 mins before the workshop. 30 mins into the workshop, the participation will be denied.
Do you want to join us?
If you are:
Above 18 years old and fluent in English
Strongly interested in mood management
Open-minded and easygoing to participate in various activities through the workshop
What is the MoodLab Project?
CandleX initiated the MoodLaB project in July 2016 to raise awareness for Bipolar Disorder, a commonly misdiagnosed and misunderstood mental illness. It’s a year-long project with 7 educational events: emotional well-being workshops, a photoshoot, psychosocial education, a video campaign, an interactive art exhibition, and subway campaign.