Free online self administration questionnaire for parents with 16-30 months old children. Possible follow-up assessment at Chinese University of Hong Kong.
The project is supported by the Mama Charitable Foundation.Read More
‘The Chinese Chan-based mind-body intervention helps patients with depression to get better and reduce their dosage of medication. ‘ This study, which was published in the Journal of Affective Disorders, showed that the Chinese Chan-based Dejian Mind-body intervention (DMBI) had positive effects on improving mood and health conditions of individuals with depression. The study compared…Read More
Subjective memory complaints (SMC) are common among older adults. The presence of SMC is often related to increased psychological distress, reduced mental health well-being, lower quality of life, and increased healthcare costs. Subjective memory complaints is also a risk factor for mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and dementia, respectively. Given the rapid growth of the elderly…Read More
Better Self-control in Children with Autism with the Chanwuyi Diet “We are what we eat”. In indeed, children with autism, who have difficulty to control their behavior, showed improvement after following the diet accordingly to Chanwuyi principle. How long to see the effect? One month. More exciting, children having limited intelligence also become more flexible in…Read More
A Story of Hope Thomas is a 20-year-old boy now, and I knew him when he was five. Remembering the time when we first met, his mother held him tightly as he could not remain seated. Thomas, climbed up and down the chair, ran around the room, shouted out loudly, and spin himself. After…Read More
Chanwuyi (Chan, Wushu, and Healing) is originated from the unique Chinese culture that has developed for more than thousands of years. It is a wisdom of living that was passed down from the Chinese ancestors to achieve a peaceful mind, healthy body and harmonic living. It is also a philosophical model for conceptualizing the world,…Read More
The Chanwuyi Research Center for Neuropsychological Well-Being was established in 2013 under the Department of Psychology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong…Read More