Dr. Carder discusses with RTHK how the Mindfulness Movement works, as well as the cognitive and social impacts it has on communities.
In an interview with SCMP, Dr. Carder shares her insight on the mind-body connection and her work with Women’s Five. They discuss the power of goal-setting and handling the challenges of pushing yourself physically.
Dr. Carder spoke at the Mental Health Conference, 2017 about the effects of physical exercise on mental health and the complexities Hong Kong faces in combating the mental health stigma.
Dr. Carder’s research on the cognition behind the lived experience of sensory deprivation was selected for presentation in 2018.
Dr. Carder supports the all-women’s 5 & 10 km race though programming the mindfulness and mental health components of the 5-week wellness journey before the race.
Dr. Carder does 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.
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