Online Workshop Registration
「Heads Up」Mental Health Workshop for Youth
“Heads Up” workshop talks about how we can use exercise, peer support, and lifestyle changes to support and improve our mental health.
Coolminds Speaker Series
The Coolminds Speaker Series is a two-day workshop that brings together a small group to learn how to safely and effectively share their mental health journey, whether it is lived experience or that of supporting another person.
A) Two days workshop
1st day: 13 April 2022 (Wed), 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
2nd day: 14 April 2022 (Thu), 10:00 am - 1:30 pm
Target: Ethnic Minority youth aged 16 - 23
「與『理情』共舞」工作坊 (Chinese version only)
「與『理情』共舞」工作坊工作坊應用認知行為治療作基礎 (Cognitive-Behavior Approach)，與青少年探討日常生活所面對的負面及不安情緒，引導青少年採取正面思考模式及生活態度以應對壓力。
This programme targets young people from Ethnic Minority backgrounds and aims to engender a culture of peer support and positive messaging for at risk young people in deprived districts around Hong Kong. Participants develop the skills and knowledge needed to create culturally appropriate drug awareness information and decide how best to promote that to their peers.
Date & Time to be confirmed
Five sessions in total (3 hours per session)
Drug and Alcohol Awareness Workshop
These workshops aim to provide a structured curriculum for schools to easily implement for each form, to raise awareness on the issues related to drugs and alcohol. The content of the workshops is designed to be age appropriate, focusing on baseline knowledge for younger students and equipping older students with resistance skills, and making informed decisions. We encourage schools to start early and progress slowly to provide a safe and supportive school environment for students to learn about drugs and alcohol.
Available upon request
Parents and Teachers Online Workshop - Youth Alcohol Consumption & Communication
This workshop aims to increase the awareness of the harms of alcohol and reduce its consumption among youth. We invite you to participate in our workshop on youth alcohol consumption in Hong Kong in hopes of building a supportive community for the youth and each other.
Available upon request
Peer facilitator training
These training workshops aim to enhance the school environment to support help-seeking behaviour around alcohol misuse and build healthier school communities through raising awareness of alcohol and the harms associated with it. Based on the belief of empowering young people to be reaching out to their peers as an effective method for outreach on such public education campaigns, KELY staff will facilitate and teach youth to lead this process and campaign.
Eligibility: F3 - F6 students in Hong Kong
Vacancies: 5 - 10 students
Format: 8 hours of online training + Campaign Launch
Date: 19 Apr (Tue), 3 May (Tue), 17 May (Tue)
Time: 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm