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  • FCCC members only, Seminar | 31 March, 2019

    Stress Management for Journalists

    Speaker and Advisory Committee Workshop (Sunday 31 March): Stress Management for Journalists
    Stress Surfing is an approach to stress that enables us to embrace it and ride the wave of its force. Stress surfing isn’t just a metaphor: as the wave of stress impacts your body and mind, you can learn to use it. Welcome your stress as an ultimate source of information and energy to enrich your health, relationships, effectivity and life quality.
    Chase your stress down to use it for development and fun. Stress itself becomes a signal for you to surf. This workshop will offer you a brief experience that you can then hone to more advanced practice and training, designed to develop your stress-surfing skills to the level of a reflex. So, you can surf your stress without even thinking, whenever life challenges you. Understanding is not enough for change. Only persistent daily practice can make a reflexive difference.
    Curiously improve your:
    – physical health and capability to enjoy;
    – happy and mutually beneficial relationship;
    – active and flexible thinking;
    – dignity and conscious value-based life
    Theo A. Cope holds his MA and Ph.D. in Psychology. He is a certified Family Consultant and a Positive Psychotherapist (PPT), with certification granted by the World Association of Positive Psychotherapy in Wiesbaden, Germany. PPT is a trans-cultural and cross-cultural therapeutic method which began in 1968 by Dr. Nossrat Peseschkian. From Oct. 2014-July 2017, Dr. Cope began working for International SOS medical group (now Raffles Medical) in Beijing as a Psychologist and Psychotherapist after collaborating with ISOS in Dalian for over 5 years. He returned to Raffles in Oct. 2018 and also takes private clients. He has provided stress-surfing training for employees from Google, BMW, international embassies, students as well as other forms of training. He has lived and taught in different regions of China for 18 years.
    DATE: 5.30 to 9.30pm Sunday 31 March
    LOCATION: Raffles Medical Center
    ENTRANCE: Free for FCCC members, members only

    Panel | 23 March, 2019

    Annual “Committing Journalism” Event

    Panel: Hanna Sahlberg, Nathan Vanderklippe, Stephen McDonell, Sha Hua, Katriina Pajari, Patrick Flanery
    A medley of China correspondents will gather to discuss their latest experiences, the ups and downs, and the trials and tribulations of Committing Journalism in the Middle Kingdom. Joining in this discussion will be Hanna Sahlberg, Swedish Radio correspondent and President of the Foreign Correspondents Club of China; Nathan Vanderklippe, correspondent for The Globe and Mail; Stephen McDonell from the BBC; Sha Hua from the German Handelsblatt; and Katriina Pajari from Helsingin Sanomat. In association with the Foreign Correspondents Club of China (FCCC). Moderated by Patrick Flanery.
    Non-FCCC members please book via the bookworm site https://yoopay.cn/event/22771724