HKSCP Professional Seminar 2019
Heart Rate Variability: New Perspectives on Assessment of Stress and Health Risk at the Workplace
Time: 2:00p.m. - 5:00p.m.
Venue: Room 103, Kaplan Higher Education (Main Office), E-Tech Centre, 402-406 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong (Causeway Bay MTR Exit A)
Speaker: Dr. Adrian Low, Hong Kong Association of Psychology
HKSCP Members: HKD $600
Monash MOC current students: Free of charge
In this workshop, you will learn from Dr Adrian Low’s research
• What Stress is, a characteristically an easy yet abstract topic?
• What’s the mind-body connection of stress?
• What heart rate variability is and why it is an objective measurement?
• How emotions and stress affect heart rate variability?
• Cognitive, Mindfulness and Quick Coherence strategies on yourself and for your clients to alleviate stress
Dr. Adrian Low is a chartered psychologist (British Psychological Society) that has graduated with a Doctor of Clinical & Industrial/Organizational Psychology from California Southern University in the USA. He also holds a master’s degree in Education from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Dr Low’s workplace stress research has won the presidential award for doctoral research excellence at the California Southern University and since then he has been invited to be a keynote speaker in many conferences worldwide. Adrian is the president of the Hong Kong Association of Psychology, an NGO. Besides that, he is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Worcester as well as an adjunct lecturer at the HKU (university of Hong Kong) School of Professional and Continuing Education.