Navigating Life and Work for Energy, Success and Happiness
Clinical psychologist Bill Mitchell has decades of experience specialising in helping the overwhelmed, overstressed and overscheduled rebalance their personal and professional lives. In his book, Time to Breathe: Navigating Life and Work for Energy, Success and Happiness, he discusses how to prevent the drift towards burnout and poor mental health that so many of us suffer from in our busy modern lives. He is joined in conversation by Dr Hannah Reidy, CEO of Mind HK and Rachel Ho Wing Sum, a specialist in time management and author of HK Paced Life. At a time when the pandemic has further blurred the lines between home and work, don’t miss the chance to hear advice from three experts that goes beyond coping strategies to help you and your family build resilience and stay happy and energised.
Author – Bill Mitchell – will appear virtually.
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Dr Bill Mitchell consultant clinical psychologist, educator and author who’s corporate work builds workplace environments for optimal performance. Individual clients benefit from over 30 years experience making Bill one of the most experienced professionals in the field. Bill lectures at Judge and London Business Schools, Kings College, the Wellcome Trust, Sanger Institute & HSBC University.
Rachel Ho, graduated from Maryknoll Convent School, who is also a graduate from HKU BBA (LAW) programme, stemmed her interest towards reading and literature as early as the age of three. Now, she is the founder and director of a tutorial centre, Elites’ Paradise. With her diverse interests, she shares with her students tips on time management. She has issued 2 books so far, and the latest one is HK Paced Life.
Hannah is the CEO of mental health charity Mind HK, a mental health charity dedicated to ensuring that no one in Hong Kong faces a mental health problem alone. She is also a UK trained Clinical Psychologist and an Honorary Assistant Professor at HKU, with a special clinical interest in Early Psychosis.