Did you know that 1 in 7 Hong Kongers experience mental health issues, but only 26% of those actually seek professional help ?Nanki Luthra, Mental Health and Well-being program coordinator shared her expertise in yesterday’s workshop: “Understanding our Minds” hosted by Olivia, BPWHK’s 2nd VP in charge of Special Projects.This was the opening session of BPWHK’s Mind, Body and Soul (MBS) the new flagship series on mental health which was an interactive awareness workshop.Thank you for joining us and we look forward to seeing you in the next MBS session focusing on Mental Health First Aid!
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