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FAMILY BIOFEEDBACK ASSESSMENT
孩子心身健康家庭評估服務

Our Family Biofeedback Assessment involves measuring the child’s physiological responses when exposed to interparental interaction. The findings of the assessment not only enabled parents to gain a new understanding of their child’s physical and mental health conditions, it also allowed professionals to explore the problem that the child was facing with a new perspective.

 

This Family Biofeedback Assessment is one of our major initiatives that has gained international recognition. Referrals are welcome.

家庭出現問題,往往反映在孩子身上。這項孩子心身家庭評估服務,就是探討孩子出現的情緒及行為,究竟與家庭關係有沒有聯繫,以及聯繫在哪裏。透過測量孩子面對父母互動的生理反應(包括心率/皮膚電傳導/體溫),可以協助父母了解孩子的問題是否反映家庭中一些微妙的關係。

我們發現很多孩子的症狀,例如拒學、厭食、憂鬱、焦慮、及強逼症等行為,往往都基於孩子對父母關係的過份敏感。這項評估讓我們了解孩子的問題出在哪裏,如果證實與家庭有關,就可以促使一家人共同面對及解決矛盾。

 

 

歡迎專業人士及家長聯繫我們!

 

Dates: 28th May 2022 (Saturday) & 11th June 2022 (Saturday)

Time: 10am – 5pm


Venue: Asian Academy of Family Therapy, No. 4 Pottinger Street, Central

 

Fee: Free-of-charge


(Alternative arrangements may be made for the workshop depending on the COVID-19 situation and infection
control measures that are enforced.)


In this two-day divorce workshop series, Dr. Lee will present our curriculum designed to prepare
professionals on how to work with children in divorce families. The curriculum involves four parts:


1. Children’s voices in divorce families,
2. How to work with families in custodial battles,
3. Clinical logistics in dealing with divorce cases, and
4. Treatment process in working with children in divorce families.


The purpose of this training is to recruit professionals from multi-disciplinary backgrounds who are
interested in becoming affiliated with AAFT to develop a new approach in working with children
in divorce families. Priority would be given to participants who can attend both days. Those who had
completed the course would be considered for further intermediate and advanced training to be
announced at a later time.

To register, please visit: https://forms.gle/8keAz5fsNnnDe2H47

Dates: March 5th and 19th, 2022 (Saturday)


Time: 10am – 5pm


Venue: Asian Academy of Family Therapy, No. 4 Pottinger Street, Central


Fee: Free-of-charge (sponsored by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust)


Presenters: Dr. Irene Kam, Dickson Chow & Cindy Tam


(Alternative arrangements may be made for the workshop depending on the COVID-19 situation and infection control
measures that are enforced.)

Based on the work of the clinical team at the Asian Academy of Family Therapy, this workshop series will share our
initiative in working with mental health problems in the family context. Using videotaped segments for illustration,
our Faculty will share a novel approach in addressing mental illness in the family. This 2-day workshop will cover
four major themes in working with individuals with mental illness, including how to address individual symptoms
in the family context and how to use our specially designed Family Biofeedback Assessment protocol© to depict
individual physiological responses in relation to family relationships. The presentation will also cover a range of
affective and anxiety disorders as well as psychosomatic disorders. Through this training, we hope to recruit a group
of professionals who are interested in adopting this way of working with mental illness.


The purpose of this training is to recruit professionals from multi-disciplinary backgrounds who are interested in
becoming affiliated with AAFT to develop a new approach in working with mental illnesses. Participants must enroll
in both days in order to receive a Certificate of Attendance and to be invited to join the intermediate and advanced
training.

To register, please visit
https://forms.gle/5f8AYbKQkq7zkEe87.