Tuesday, March 17, 2020

How to cope with your fear of the Coronavirus?

Many of us perceive the conoravirus as a serious illness or threat of death. Do you aware that this is considered as a form of traumatic event too?

People can develop acute stress response after experiencing one or more traumatic events. A traumatic event can cause significant physical, emotional, or psychological harm.
A person with acute stress response experiences psychological distress immediately following a traumatic event. Unlike PTSD, acute stress disorder is a temporary condition, and symptoms typically persist for at least 3 to 30 days after the traumatic event.
Acute stress response can trigger symptoms of anxiety or depression or both.
Symptoms of anxiety include:
-feeling a sense of impending doom
-excessive worrying
-difficulty concentrating
-racing thoughts

Symptoms of depression include:
-persistent feelings of hopelessness, sadness, or numbness
-crying unexpectedly
-loss of interest in activities that were once pleasurable
-changes in appetite or body weight
-thoughts of suicide or self-harm

What can you do about it now?
- Be mindful, focus on the task at hand
- Differentiate your unhealthy worry vs healthy worry (Each time avoid to spend more than 30 minute in worry)
- STOP google your symptoms
- REDUCE your social media news-reading time
- Seek for help if you need it

More info about the Acute Stress Response: 

Sunday, March 1, 2020

[Event] Creative Coaching Game: In House Training for Hospital Staffs

Creative coaching game day!
It is a fun team building and motivation workshop for medical staffs and nurses at a Hospital in Shah Alam.
Isn't it an amazing feeling when people start to open their heart and share their thought with the creative art coaching material?

Creative coaching allows everyone to share their feelings, gain a better understanding among each others and create value together. Thus, it helps an organization to perform better.

Tuesday, February 18, 2020





Ms C, 37, Self-employed said: “Thanks for the useful information and knowledge.”

Mr D, 43, Hypnotherapist said: “Interesting learning and creative presentation of topics.”

Mr B, 23, Logistic said: “Feel relax and easy to learn relaxing myself.”

Ms R, 34, Self-employed said: “Willing to share with others.”

Ms A, 40, Engineer said: “Willing to share the feeling with others.”

Ms C, 28, Wellness couch said: “Great Experience, thank you!”

Ms L, 35, Banker said: “A short and interesting course, would like to find out more about myself.”

Mr A, 28, Trainer and coach said: “Understanding the power of subconscious, interesting activity to understand about myself.”th

Ms Y, 23, Student said: “I have learnt new knowledge from this workshop.”

Ms K, Healer said: “吸取了很多心理,催眠方面的知识。


* All participants have signed the group informed consent form and all testimonials were consented by the participants.