Debriefing Session on Post-disaster Psychological Reactions
災難後情緒舒緩及心理輔導講解會
No. of participants: 22  參與人數:22人

Typhoon Hato struck Macao on 23 August 2017, causing extensive damage throughout the city. The University held a debriefing session on post-disaster psychological reactions on 28 August to assist staff in reducing impact of stress reactions. Prof. Kay Chang and Prof. Brian James Hall from Department of Psychology of Faculty of Social Sciences were invited to share suggested ways on tackling negative mental impacts after experiencing disasters. In the sharing session led by the speakers, participants felt relieved by describing the factual and emotional aspects of their experience under the typhoon.

The University cares for the well-being of UM staff. Since 2010, the Human Resources Section has been providing UM Staff Mental Health & Development Consultation Service for staff in need. Staff Counsellors offer a variety of consultation services, such as providing mental health information, counseling on career development, self-development and family-related issues. They listen, share staff’s concerns in daily life, and help to improve their well-being.

For more information, please refer to the website of Office of Administration:
https://hrs.admo.umac.mo/staff-well-being/staff-mental-health-development-consultation-service-and-referral-programme/

颱風「天鴿」於2017年8月23日吹襲澳門,造成嚴重破壞。為顧及員工的心理健康,大學於8月28日舉行災難後情緒舒緩及心理輔導講解會。是次講座由社會科學學院心理學系的曾小雅教授及Brian James Hall教授為員工講解各種減少受災後情緒困擾的方法。講座亦設有交流環節,通過與講者的互動,員工分享對颱風「天鴿」的所見所聞和感受,從而達到舒壓的效果。

大學一直關注員工的心理健康。自2010年,人力資源處為澳大員工提供心理健康及發展諮詢服務。通過此服務,心理輔導員為有需要員工提供多種的諮詢及輔導服務,包括個人心理健康資訊,以及職業發展、個人發展,及家庭事宜之輔導服務。他們不但樂意聆聽,更樂意分擔憂慮,並一同尋找改善的方法。

有關詳情,請瀏覽行政部網頁:
https://hrs.admo.umac.mo/staff-well-being/staff-mental-health-development-consultation-service-and-referral-programme/