Outreach
A collection of my talks, articles and events promoting positive mental health practices outside of the therapy room
Interviews in Print

Physical and Mental Health

In an interview with SCMP, Dr. Carder shares her insight on the mind-body connection and her work with Women’s Five, the power of goal-setting, handling the challenges of pushing yourself physically and what that means for mental health.

"The definition of stress is [when] your perceived ability appears smaller than the perceived challenge, so to overcome it, make those challenges smaller. Your ability increases from changing the way you perceive the problem."

Podcasts & Radio

Mental Health and Families in Hong Kong

On Radio 123 we cover the unique pressures families and expatriates face in the stress culture of Hong Kong. Anecdotes and coping strategies for inter-generational conflicts and expatriate loneliness is shared.

On the Gram

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    Mental Health Conference

    Dr. Carder was a speaker at the 2017 Mental Health Conference presenting the effects of physical exercise on mental health and the complexities Hong Kong faces in combating the mental health stigma.

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    Float Conference, USA

    Dr. Carder’s research on the cognition behind the lived experience of sensory deprivation was selected for presentation in 2018.

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    Women's Five

    Dr. Carder is an ambassador and supports the all-women’s 5 & 10 km races by providing the mindfulness and mental health programme of the 5-week wellness journey in preparation for the events. 

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    Float On

    Dr. Carder undertakes research and works closely with Hong Kong’s float centre, Float On. Floating and psychotherapy offer a unique clinical opportunity for reflection, insight and clarity.

  • Connecting with Schools

    With a professional ethos of prevention over cure, speaking to the next generation on all aspects of mental health is a priority. From early intervention to preventative health measures and treatment there is no shortage of healthy practices that can be adopted to support good mental health.

Affiliations and Outreach

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About It

Dr. Kimberley Carder

k.carder@mindnlife.com

Tel: +852 25214668

Chinachem Hollywood Centre, Suite 1202,

1 Hollywood Rd, Central

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