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16 2024-01

Recruitment of Student Trainees for the Psychological Counselling Centre of Student Affairs Office (Deadline: 26 Jan)

2024-01-27T00:00:12+08:00

Dear Students,

The Student Affairs Office – Psychological Counselling Centre is currently recruiting student trainee(s) for assisting in reception, general administrative and clerical tasks.

Please find details for your information:

  1. Target applicants:

    • Postgraduate student are preferred;
    • Both local and Non-local students are welcomed;
  1. Hourly rate: MOP 48 per hour;

  2. Expected Commencement Period : January, 2024

  3. Applicants should possess the following abilities:

    • Knowledge of Microsoft Offices;
    • Fluent in English and Mandarin, basic listening of Cantonese;
    • Translate document from Chinese to English/English to Chinese;
    • Good interpersonal skills;
    • Having customer or counter service working experience is an advantage;
    • With Graphic design experience(AI, Photoshop etc.) is an advantage;
    • With Social Media experience (WeChat official account) is an advantage;
  1. Required Working time : Monday to Friday

  2. Application Deadline:  26 Jan
    For further information, please contact Mr. Sam lei at 8822 9916. 

Apply now
Recruitment of Student Trainees for the Psychological Counselling Centre of Student Affairs Office (Deadline: 26 Jan)2024-01-27T00:00:12+08:00
4 2024-01

Psychological Counselling Service – Referral

2024-01-31T15:00:13+08:00

Psychological Counselling Service – Referral

When a student is going through stress, unstable emotion or unusual behaviors may be observed. It’s always a signal for help!

Welcome to refer them to us for psychological counselling. We are also happy to discuss with you whether a referral is necessary and how to present the referral to the students. 

An indication that a referral may be needed:

  • Need for better self-understanding, to enhance interpersonal relationships, to explore and develop potentials, and to improve emotional wellness;
  • Sudden changes in school performance, e.g. a serious drop in grades and class attendance;
  • Marked changes in body weight, personal grooming, and hygiene;
  • Unusual or exaggerated emotional response which is inappropriate to the situation;
  • Feeling difficulty in adjusting to university life and powerless in coping with problems;
  • Feeling sad, anxious, stressed, or troubled for a long period;
  • Highly disruptive behaviour (hostile, aggressive, or violent);
  • Inability to communicate clearly (garbled, slurred speech; unconnected or disjointed thoughts);
  • Loss of contact with reality (seeing/hearing things which “aren’t there”; beliefs that are greatly at odds with reality or probability);
  • Threats of self-harm or harm to others (Call 999 immediately in case of emergency).

 

Special remarks for making referrals:

  • It is usually helpful that you discuss the possibility of using a psychological counselling service with the student before making a referral. An anonymous referral often makes it difficult for our psychological counsellor to develop trust with the student. Most students appreciate candid caring and support from people around them in their times of difficulty.
  • Except in dangerous situations, e.g. threats of self-harm or harm to others, the decision to accept or reject the referral is ultimately the student’s.
  • A referral may be made for consultation purposes, where our psychological counsellor meets with the student, makes an assessment, and offers recommendations to the staff member who made the referral.
  • A referral may be made for counselling purposes, where our psychological counsellor meets with the student, makes an assessment, develops a treatment plan, and begins the counselling process.
  • Under the obligation of confidentiality, all student information is kept strictly confidential. Our psychological counsellor is unable to disclose any information about the student to anyone, including the staff member who made the referral, without written consent from the student. If the referrer wants to know about the counselling progress of the student, please contact the student directly.
  • If you need immediate support during non-office hours, please contact the University Security Centre (Tel: 8822 4000). The student in need may also use the 24-hour Macau Caritas Life Hope Hotline (Tel: 2852 5222 / 2852 5777) or the Emergency Room (Tel:999) in case of emergency.
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The following are the referral guidelines For Psychological Counselling Services: 

Referral Guideline

心理輔導服務-轉介

學生在面對生活及學習上的壓力時,常會出現波動的情緒或有反常的行為表現,這可能是一個求助警號 !
歡迎你將有需要的同學轉介給心理輔導員,我們亦非常樂意與你探討個別同學的轉介需要,以及如何向該同學介紹心理輔導服務。

如遇以下情況,則顯示該同學可能有轉介的需要:

  • 希望增加自我了解、改善人際關係、探索並發展自我潛能、以及提升心理素質
  • 學習表現突變,如成績嚴重下跌或上課出席率變低
  • 體重、個人自理或衛生方面有顯著改變
  • 對事情有不尋常或過分誇張的情緒反應
  • 覺得難以適應學校的生活,對解決問題感到無力
  • 長期處於悲傷、緊張、壓抑或其他困擾的情緒
  • 出現具破壞性的行為,如有攻擊性、挑釁性或暴力的行為
  • 無法清晰地與他人溝通,如說話含糊不清、語義混淆或思想混亂
  • 與現實脫軌,如有幻覺或妄想等
  • 有傷害自己或他人的傾向 (遇緊急狀況時請電999)

轉介的注意事項:

  • 請你盡量在轉介前先與該同學討論一下他的情況以及我們的心理轉導服務。若同學不知道是誰人作出轉介或不了解自己為什麼需要轉介,我們的心理輔導員將很難與同學建立信任關係。其實大部分的同學在面對困難時,都希望得到周遭親友坦誠的關懷及支持。
  • 除危急狀況外(如傷害自己或傷害他人),同學有權決定是否接受服務
  • 你可以轉介同學前來諮詢。心理輔導員會與同學會面及進行評估,並在同學的書面同意下的向轉介者提供適當的建議或安排。
  • 你可以轉介同學前來接受心理輔導。輔導員會與同學會面、進行評估、擬定計劃並開始輔導過程。
  • 基於保密原則,我們必需將同學的所有資料嚴格保密。除非獲學生本人的書面同意,我們的心理輔導員不會向任何人士透露學生的資料,包括該同學的轉介者。
  • 如遇緊急情況,可致電保安中心(電話:8822 4000),在非辦公室時間需要緊急的輔導服務,致電24小時澳門明愛生命熱線(電話:2852 5222)。如情況緊急,請直接到急症室(電話:999)求助。

詳情請參考相關轉介指南:

轉介指南

Psychological Counselling Service
Our Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Opening Hours 
Monday to Thursday: 9:00am – 1:00p.m.; 2:00p.m. – 5:45p.m. 
Friday: 9:00am – 1:00p.m.; 2:00p.m. – 5:30p.m.

Our Counselling Rooms
Address: Room 2009, 2nd Floor, Student Activity Centre (E31)
Tel. 8822 9000
Email: sao.counsellor@um.edu.mo

Welcome to visit our website for details:
https://scs.sao.um.edu.mo

心理輔導服務

我們的團隊

https://e-bulletin.um.edu.mo/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/20220819-counselling-team-scaled.jpg

辦公時間 
週一至週四: 9:00am – 1:00p.m.; 2:00p.m. – 5:45p.m. 
週五: 9:00am – 1:00p.m.; 2:00p.m. – 5:30p.m.

輔導室 
地址: 學生活動中心(E31) 2樓2009室
電話:8822 9000
電郵: sao.counsellor@um.edu.mo

有關我們的服務, 請瀏覽以下網頁:
https://scs.sao.um.edu.mo

Psychological Counselling Service – Referral2024-01-31T15:00:13+08:00
28 2023-11

[Mental Health Tips] Boost Efficiency, Reduce Stress: Five Time Management Techniques for Doubling Your Productivity

2023-12-17T00:00:11+08:00

提升效率,降低壓力:五個時間管理技巧讓你事半功倍

阿明是一位大學生,面對即將到來的各個期末考試,他感到壓力山大。即使每天都在圖書館裡苦讀到深夜,但成績卻始終提不上去。

像阿明這樣的學生並不少見。事實上,許多學生在考試前都面臨著時間管理的挑戰。心理學研究表明,時間管理不僅關乎效率,它還與我們的情緒健康和生活滿意度緊密相連。當你有效地安排時間,你會感到更有控制感,這會增強你的自信心和內在動力。這種控制感能夠減少壓力和焦慮,讓你在面對挑戰時更加從容不迫。

五個有效的時間管理技巧

以下是五個令你更有效管理時間的妙招:

  1. 設定優先級:確定哪些任務是最重要的,並將它們放在你的待辦事項列表的最上方。這樣可以保證你首先完成最關鍵的工作。
  •    例子:在每天開始時,或在前一天晚上,列出第二天的任務,並按重要性和緊急性給予它們排序。
  1. 設定具體目標:為每個任務設定清晰、可衡量的目標,這樣你可以清楚地知道什麼時候一項任務被完成了。
  •    例子:不要只是寫下“學習數學”,而是要寫下“完成數學練習冊第5章的練習題”。
  1. 規劃休息時間:持續工作而不休息可能會導致疲勞和效率下降。確保在工作日程中規劃短暫的休息時間。
  •    例子:每工作50分鐘,休息10分鐘。在休息時間內做一些伸展運動,或是短暫的散步。
  1. 學習有效拖延:將拖延行為轉化為有生產力的活動。當你不想做一項任務時,選擇完成另一項較小或更容易的任務。
  •    例子:如果你不想開始一個大的報告,可以先整理你的工作空間,這樣可以創造一個更有利於工作的環境。
  1. 回顧和調整:定期回顧你的時間管理策略,看看哪些工作得很好,哪些需要改進。根據實際情況進行調整。
  •    例子:每週檢視你的日程安排,評估任務完成情況,並根據需要調整你的計劃或方法。

時間管理事實上是一種自我照顧的形式,它反映了我們如何對待自己的心理需求和生活目標。通過實踐有效的時間管理技巧,你不僅能夠提高學習和工作的效率,還能夠促進自己的心理健康,享受更加平衡和充實的生活。

Boost Efficiency, Reduce Stress: Five Time Management Techniques for Doubling Your Productivity

Meet Ming, a university student facing the upcoming final exams and feeling immense pressure. Despite studying late into the night at the library every day, his grades just won’t improve.

Students like Ming are not uncommon. Many students face time management challenges before exams. Psychological studies show that time management is not just about efficiency; it is closely linked to our emotional well-being and life satisfaction. When you effectively schedule your time, you feel more in control, which enhances your confidence and inner drive. This sense of control can reduce stress and anxiety, allowing you to face challenges with more ease.

Here are five clever tricks to help you manage your time more effectively:

  1. Set Priorities: Determine which tasks are most important and place them at the top of your to-do list. This ensures that you tackle the most critical work first.
  •    Example: At the beginning of each day or the night before, list the tasks for the next day and prioritize them based on importance and urgency.
  1. Set Specific Goals: Establish clear, measurable goals for each task so that you know exactly when a task is completed.
  •    Example: Instead of just writing “study math,” write “complete exercises from Chapter 5 of the math workbook.”
  1. Plan Break Times: Working continuously without breaks can lead to fatigue and decreased efficiency. Ensure to schedule short breaks during your work day.
  •    Example: Work for 50 minutes, then take a 10-minute break. Use the break time to do some stretching exercises or take a short walk.
  1. Learn Productive Procrastination: Transform procrastination into productive activities. When you don’t feel like doing a task, choose to complete another smaller or easier task.
  •    Example: If you don’t feel like starting a major report, start by organizing your workspace to create a more conducive environment for work.
  1. Review and Adjust: Regularly review your time management strategies to see what’s working well and what needs improvement. Make adjustments based on actual circumstances.
  •    Example: Review your schedule weekly, assess task completion, and adjust your plans or methods as needed.

Time management is a form of self-care that reflects how we address our psychological needs and life goals. By practicing effective time management techniques, you can not only improve your learning and work efficiency but also promote your mental well-being, leading to a more balanced and fulfilling life.

In conclusion, growth mindset is a powerful mindset that can help us achieve greater success, reach our full potential, and build healthier learning and lifestyle. 

[Mental Health Tips] Boost Efficiency, Reduce Stress: Five Time Management Techniques for Doubling Your Productivity2023-12-17T00:00:11+08:00
28 2023-11

【Reminder】Sleep Mental Health workshop – “Three way to sleep well” (2023/11/29)

2023-11-30T00:00:10+08:00

睡眠煉金術—夜夜好眠的三大策略

簡介:在大學裡學習領導力、思辨力,這些能力固然重要,其實還有一項能力同樣重要,那就是好眠力,也許你想好好睡一覺,但卻始終不得其法?透過這個講座,你可以掌握好睡的秘訣。
目的:認識睡眠的重要性、打破睡眠迷思,教導睡眠衛生並為失眠而感到困擾的同學提供適切的幫助
導師:李昇恆先生  澳門大學心理輔導員
對象:澳門大學學生
日期: 2023年11月29日(星期三)
時間:下午兩點半至四點(共1.5 小時)
地點: E3-1032 室
名額:30名(額滿即止)
報名網址:https://umac.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b7bPhLJH6j5CEce
任何垂詢,請電郵至senghangl@um.edu.mo 或致電88229916與李先生聯繫,謝謝。
備註:此活動已列入「全人發展獎勵計劃」中的「健康生活」項目,全程參與者亦可獲予15個CS。

Three way to sleep well

Overview: There are many ability in university, such as leadership, self insight, etc. Besides, there are another ability we need to learn – how to have a good sleep. Through this class, you will know how to sleep well.

Purpose: understand the importance of sleep, explain the functions of sleep, educate on sleep hygiene and provide suitable help for students who suffer from insomnia.

Lecturer: Mr. Sam Lei (Counsellor of University of Macau)
Target: UM Students
Date: 29 Nov 2023(Wed)
Time: 14:30 – 16:00 (1.5 hours in total)
Location: E3-1032
Quota: 30 students
Register website: https://umac.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b7bPhLJH6j5CEce

Should you have any enquiries, please email senghangl@um.edu.mo or contact Mr. Sam Lei through 88229916 for further information, thank you.
Note: This activity is included in the “Healthy living” of the Whole Person Development Programme. Full participants will be given 15 Competencies Score(CS).

 

立即報名 Application
【Reminder】Sleep Mental Health workshop – “Three way to sleep well” (2023/11/29)2023-11-30T00:00:10+08:00
23 2023-11

【Application】Sleep Mental Health workshop – “Three way to sleep well” (2023/11/29)

2023-11-30T00:00:11+08:00

睡眠煉金術—夜夜好眠的三大策略

簡介:在大學裡學習領導力、思辨力,這些能力固然重要,其實還有一項能力同樣重要,那就是好眠力,也許你想好好睡一覺,但卻始終不得其法?透過這個講座,你可以掌握好睡的秘訣。
目的:認識睡眠的重要性、打破睡眠迷思,教導睡眠衛生並為失眠而感到困擾的同學提供適切的幫助
導師:李昇恆先生  澳門大學心理輔導員
對象:澳門大學學生
日期: 2023年11月29日(星期三)
時間:下午兩點半至四點(共1.5 小時)
地點: E3-1032 室
名額:30名(額滿即止)
報名網址:https://umac.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b7bPhLJH6j5CEce
任何垂詢,請電郵至senghangl@um.edu.mo 或致電88229916與李先生聯繫,謝謝。
備註:此活動已列入「全人發展獎勵計劃」中的「健康生活」項目,全程參與者亦可獲予15個CS。

Three way to sleep well

Overview: There are many ability in university, such as leadership, self insight, etc. Besides, there are another ability we need to learn – how to have a good sleep. Through this class, you will know how to sleep well.

Purpose: understand the importance of sleep, explain the functions of sleep, educate on sleep hygiene and provide suitable help for students who suffer from insomnia.

Lecturer: Mr. Sam Lei (Counsellor of University of Macau)
Target: UM Students
Date: 29 Nov 2023(Wed)
Time: 14:30 – 16:00 (1.5 hours in total)
Location: E3-1032
Quota: 30 students
Register website: https://umac.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b7bPhLJH6j5CEce

Should you have any enquiries, please email senghangl@um.edu.mo or contact Mr. Sam Lei through 88229916 for further information, thank you.
Note: This activity is included in the “Healthy living” of the Whole Person Development Programme. Full participants will be given 15 Competencies Score(CS).

 

立即報名 Application
【Application】Sleep Mental Health workshop – “Three way to sleep well” (2023/11/29)2023-11-30T00:00:11+08:00
1 2023-11

News Clipping and Photo Sharing: UM Mental Health Awareness Month Activities was held successfully

2023-11-10T10:00:07+08:00

澳門大學心理健康月系列活動圓滿落幕

由學生事務部心理輔導中心主辦,曹光彪書院、鄭裕彤書院、張崑崙書院、蔡繼有書院、霍英東珍禧書院、呂志和書院、馬萬祺羅柏心書院、滿珍紀念書院、紹邦書院、何鴻燊東亞書院,學生會心理學會,以及認知及腦科學研究中心合辦,澳門大學心理健康月系列活動於2023年10月圓滿落幕。

每年的10月10 日為世界精神健康日,為響應世界衛生組織的號召,促進學生心理健康,學生事務部心理輔導中心以「心理健康,你值得擁有」為主題,舉辦了澳大心理健康月系列活動,並得到十所書院、學生會心理學會以及認知及腦科學研究中心支持,舉辦了二十多項豐富多元的活動,包括精神健康急救課程、壓力與情緒管理講座、自我和解工作坊、心理健康讀書會、心理健康微電影、靜觀體驗、兩性關係、藝術療癒工作坊、以及心理健康演講比賽等。

心理健康月系列活動吸引了逾五百名澳大學生參加,其中第二屆澳門大學心理健康演講比賽引起了廣大師生的熱烈關注。比賽吸引了來自全校各學院的學生踴躍報名參與,十二位同學從激烈的初賽選拔中脫穎而出,決賽中一眾選手表現出色,不僅在演講中強調心理健康的重要性,也分享了他們在日常生活中如何照顧自己的心理健康。

最後,由人文學院、滿珍書院的張凌霄同學以其幽默風趣的演繹和獨特的視角,成功奪得冠軍。亞軍由社會科學學院、張崑崙書院的王一荃同學獲得,季軍由社會科學學院、紹邦書院的張陳爾玥同學獲得。

參與活動的學生均表示收穫豐富,藉由活動了解到心理健康的重要性,學習到各種調節情緒及壓力的方法,更關注自我與他人的心理健康。未來,心理輔導中心將繼續舉辦各類型的心理健康推廣活動,為學生提供更多學習和成長的機會。

UM Mental Health Awareness Month was successfully held

The Psychological Counselling Centre of the Student Affairs Office, with CKPC, CYTC, CKLC, CKYC, PJC, LCWC, MLC, MCMC, SPC, SEAC, Psychological Society of University of Macau Student Union, and the Centre for Cognitive and Brain Science, organized the second UM Mental Health Awareness Month. The series of activities were successfully held in October 2023.

October 10th each year is World Mental Health Day. In response to the call of the World Health Organization to promote student mental health, The Psychological Counselling Centre of the Student Affairs Office, under the theme “Mental health is a universal human right”, hosted the UM Mental Health Awareness Month series of events. With the support of ten residential colleges, Psychological Society of University of Macau Student Union, and the Centre for Cognitive and Brain Science, over twenty diverse activities were held, including mental health first aid courses, stress and emotion management lectures, self-reconciliation workshops, mental health book clubs, mental health microfilms, mindfulness experiences, gender relations, art therapy workshops, and mental health public speaking contest, etc.

The Mental Health Awareness Month series of events attracted more than 500 UM students. The second UM Mental Health Public Speaking Contest attracted widespread attention from teachers and students. The competition attracted students from all faculty of the university to register enthusiastically. Twelve students stood out from the fierce preliminary selection. In the finals, all contestants performed excellently, not only emphasizing the importance of mental health in their speeches but also sharing how they take care of their mental health in daily life. In the end, ZHANG LINGXIAO, a student from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and Moon Chun Memorial College, won the championship with his humorous interpretation and unique perspective. The runner-up was WANG YIQUAN from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Cheong Kun Lun College, and the second runner-up was ZHANG CHENERYUE from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Shiu Pong College.

Students who participated in the event said they gained a lot, learned about the importance of mental health through the event, learned various methods to regulate emotions and stress, and paid more attention to their own and others’ mental health. In the future, the Psychological Counselling Centre will continue to host various types of mental health promotion activities to provide students with more opportunities for learning and growth.

News Clipping and Photo Sharing: UM Mental Health Awareness Month Activities was held successfully2023-11-10T10:00:07+08:00
24 2023-10

【Ticket Collection】2nd UM mental health public speaking final contest(2023/10/26)

2023-10-27T00:00:06+08:00

大家好!我們非常榮幸地宣佈第二屆澳門大學心理健康演講比賽的決賽選手名單,並且誠摯地邀請各位師生出席觀賞這場精彩的比賽。該比賽將於2023年10月26日晚上七點半舉行,地點為澳門大學E31-學生活動中心劇場。

以下是決賽的選手名單(排名不分先後): 

  1. 張凌霄
  2. 王楚月
  3. 何凱城
  4. 詹睿欣
  5. 張嘉樂
  6. 程路達
  7. 李儒怡
  8. 張陳爾玥
  9. 楊子杰
  10. 陳煒軒
  11. 陶兆妤
  12. 王一荃

十二位選手在初賽表現出色,經過嚴格評選和評審團的選拔,成功晉級至決賽。他們將在決賽中展示他們對心理健康議題的獨特見解。

為了讓大家能夠共同參與這場意義非凡的比賽,我們將於10月16日(一)起開始發放門票。門票數量有限,先到先得。

請大家盡早到學生輔導處(E31-2009)領取。

謝謝大家的關注和支持!讓我們共同期待這場精彩的心理健康演講比賽,10月26日晚上七點半見!

We are delighted to announce the finalist list for the 2nd UM Mental Health Public Speaking Contest and cordially invite all teachers and students to attend this exciting competition. The contest will be held on October 26, 2023, at 7:30 PM in the E31 Student Activity Centre Theatre.

Here is the list of finalists (in no particular order):

  1. ZHANG LINGXIAO
  2. WANG CHUYUE
  3. HO HIO SENG
  4. ZHAN RUIXIN
  5. CHEONG KA LOK
  6. CHENG LUDA
  7. LEI U I
  8. ZHANG CHENERYUE
  9. YANG CHI KIT
  10. CHAN WAI HIN
  11. TAO ZHAOYU
  12. WANG YIQUAN

These twelve contestants have shown outstanding performance in the preliminary rounds and have successfully advanced to the finals after rigorous selection and evaluation by the judging panel. They will showcase their unique perspectives on mental health issues during the finals.

To ensure everyone’s participation in this remarkable competition, we will start distributing tickets on October 16th (Monday). Please visit the Student Counselling Section(E31-2009) to collect your ticket as soon as possible, as the quantity is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Thank you for your attention and support! Let us all look forward to this fantastic Mental Health Public Speaking Contest on the evening of October 26th at 7:30 PM.

【Ticket Collection】2nd UM mental health public speaking final contest(2023/10/26)2023-10-27T00:00:06+08:00
18 2023-10

【Reminder】Ticket Collection- 2nd UM mental health public speaking final contest(2023/10/26)

2023-10-27T00:00:07+08:00

大家好!我們非常榮幸地宣佈第二屆澳門大學心理健康演講比賽的決賽選手名單,並且誠摯地邀請各位師生出席觀賞這場精彩的比賽。該比賽將於2023年10月26日晚上七點半舉行,地點為澳門大學E31-學生活動中心劇場。

以下是決賽的選手名單(排名不分先後): 

  1. 張凌霄
  2. 王楚月
  3. 何凱城
  4. 詹睿欣
  5. 張嘉樂
  6. 程路達
  7. 李儒怡
  8. 張陳爾玥
  9. 楊子杰
  10. 陳煒軒
  11. 陶兆妤
  12. 王一荃

十二位選手在初賽表現出色,經過嚴格評選和評審團的選拔,成功晉級至決賽。他們將在決賽中展示他們對心理健康議題的獨特見解。

為了讓大家能夠共同參與這場意義非凡的比賽,我們將於10月16日(一)起開始發放門票。門票數量有限,先到先得。

請大家盡早到學生輔導處(E31-2009)領取。

謝謝大家的關注和支持!讓我們共同期待這場精彩的心理健康演講比賽,10月26日晚上七點半見!

We are delighted to announce the finalist list for the 2nd UM Mental Health Public Speaking Contest and cordially invite all teachers and students to attend this exciting competition. The contest will be held on October 26, 2023, at 7:30 PM in the E31 Student Activity Centre Theatre.

Here is the list of finalists (in no particular order):

  1. ZHANG LINGXIAO
  2. WANG CHUYUE
  3. HO HIO SENG
  4. ZHAN RUIXIN
  5. CHEONG KA LOK
  6. CHENG LUDA
  7. LEI U I
  8. ZHANG CHENERYUE
  9. YANG CHI KIT
  10. CHAN WAI HIN
  11. TAO ZHAOYU
  12. WANG YIQUAN

These twelve contestants have shown outstanding performance in the preliminary rounds and have successfully advanced to the finals after rigorous selection and evaluation by the judging panel. They will showcase their unique perspectives on mental health issues during the finals.

To ensure everyone’s participation in this remarkable competition, we will start distributing tickets on October 16th (Monday). Please visit the Student Counselling Section(E31-2009) to collect your ticket as soon as possible, as the quantity is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Thank you for your attention and support! Let us all look forward to this fantastic Mental Health Public Speaking Contest on the evening of October 26th at 7:30 PM.

【Reminder】Ticket Collection- 2nd UM mental health public speaking final contest(2023/10/26)2023-10-27T00:00:07+08:00
13 2023-10

【Invitation】2nd UM mental health public speaking final contest(2023/10/26)

2023-10-27T00:00:08+08:00

大家好!我們非常榮幸地宣佈第二屆澳門大學心理健康演講比賽的決賽選手名單,並且誠摯地邀請各位師生出席觀賞這場精彩的比賽。該比賽將於2023年10月26日晚上七點半舉行,地點為澳門大學E31-學生活動中心劇場。

以下是決賽的選手名單(排名不分先後): 

  1. 張凌霄
  2. 王楚月
  3. 何凱城
  4. 詹睿欣
  5. 張嘉樂
  6. 程路達
  7. 李儒怡
  8. 張陳爾玥
  9. 楊子杰
  10. 陳煒軒
  11. 陶兆妤
  12. 王一荃

十二位選手在初賽表現出色,經過嚴格評選和評審團的選拔,成功晉級至決賽。他們將在決賽中展示他們對心理健康議題的獨特見解。

為了讓大家能夠共同參與這場意義非凡的比賽,我們將於10月16日(一)起開始發放門票。門票數量有限,先到先得。

請大家盡早到學生輔導處(E31-2009)領取。

謝謝大家的關注和支持!讓我們共同期待這場精彩的心理健康演講比賽,10月26日晚上七點半見!

We are delighted to announce the finalist list for the 2nd UM Mental Health Public Speaking Contest and cordially invite all teachers and students to attend this exciting competition. The contest will be held on October 26, 2023, at 7:30 PM in the E31 Student Activity Centre Theatre.

Here is the list of finalists (in no particular order):

  1. ZHANG LINGXIAO
  2. WANG CHUYUE
  3. HO HIO SENG
  4. ZHAN RUIXIN
  5. CHEONG KA LOK
  6. CHENG LUDA
  7. LEI U I
  8. ZHANG CHENERYUE
  9. YANG CHI KIT
  10. CHAN WAI HIN
  11. TAO ZHAOYU
  12. WANG YIQUAN

These twelve contestants have shown outstanding performance in the preliminary rounds and have successfully advanced to the finals after rigorous selection and evaluation by the judging panel. They will showcase their unique perspectives on mental health issues during the finals.

To ensure everyone’s participation in this remarkable competition, we will start distributing tickets on October 16th (Monday). Please visit the Student Counselling Section(E31-2009) to collect your ticket as soon as possible, as the quantity is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Thank you for your attention and support! Let us all look forward to this fantastic Mental Health Public Speaking Contest on the evening of October 26th at 7:30 PM.

【Invitation】2nd UM mental health public speaking final contest(2023/10/26)2023-10-27T00:00:08+08:00
9 2023-10

【Invitation】Welcome to join the UM Mental Health Awareness Month Activities

2023-10-31T00:00:09+08:00

澳大心理健康月系列活動
章程

主辦單位:學生事務部學生輔導處

合辦單位:曹光彪書院、鄭裕肜書院、張崑崙書院、蔡繼有書院、霍英東珍社禧書院、呂志和書院、馬萬祺羅柏心書院、滿珍紀念書院、紹邦書院、何鴻燊東亞書院,澳大學生會心理學會,澳大認知與腦科學研究中心

目  的:為響應2023世界精神健康日,提升澳大學生對心理健康的關注,強化學生整體心理素質,學生事務部學生輔導處發起澳大心理健康月的活動,期望透過不同的系列活動,促進學生的心理健康水平,建立校園心理健康文化

活動主題:心理健康,你值得擁有

活動日期:2023年10月

活動網址:https://scs.sao.um.edu.mo/mental-health-awareness-month/

任何垂詢,請電郵至senghangl@um.edu.mo 或致電88229916與李昇恆先生聯繫,謝謝。

UM Mental Health Awareness Month

Organizer: Student Counselling Section, Student Affairs Office

Co-organizer : Chao Kuang Piu College、Cheng Yu Tung College、Cheong Kun Lun College、Choi Kai Yau College、Henry Fok Pearl Jubilee College、Lui Che Woo College、Ma Man Kei And Lo Pak Sam College、Moon Chun Memorial College、Shiu Pong College、Stanley Ho East Asia College,UMSU Psychology Society,Centre for Cognitive and Brain Sciences

Introduction: UM Mental Health Awareness Month has been organized by the Student Counselling Section of Student Affairs Office in response to World Mental Health Day 2023.  The goal is to draw students’ attention to mental health issues and strengthen the overall psychological quality of students.

Theme: Mental Health is a universal human right

Date : October, 2023

Website: https://scs.sao.um.edu.mo/mental-health-awareness-month/

Should you have any enquiries, please email senghangl@um.edu.mo or contact Mr. Sam Lei through 88229916 for further information, thank you.

活動詳情 Detail
【Invitation】Welcome to join the UM Mental Health Awareness Month Activities2023-10-31T00:00:09+08:00
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