Healthcare, Sport and Wellness Holistic Wellness
The aims of this course are to, through learning about the Zen approach in helping, demonstrate how professional helpers, for examples, doctors, nurses, psychologists, social workers, counsellors, teachers and other related professionals can develop a genuine compassion for and harmonious understanding of individuals they intend to help. A Zen perspective introduces us to an unconventional yet pragmatic new approach of helping, which is only possible by concentrating and living in the here and now－ the essence of meditation.
Zen helping is concerned about “being” rather than “doing”. We help as human beings instead of human workers, as helpers and helpees are of an equal status. We help out of genuine respect and compassion without imposing our personal or professional agenda.
- >Zen –its history and teachings and impact on humanity
- >Each of us is the same kind of being;
- >the universe is our relations with each other
- >Each of us is capable of outflowing attention and awareness, or withdrawing it
- >Trust the flow of the universe, the rules of love are true
- >How to feel good?
- >Lifesavers –No resistance; Love as much as we can from wherever we are; Love it the way it is
- >Development of genuine compassion –The nature of compassion; Love as much as we can from wherever we are; No resistance to the vibrations of other beings; All relationships are persistent to the degree that the beings involved have the same vibration
- >The ability to put the maximum of energy into the present moment is a large component of mental wellness
- >All states of consciousness are available right now
- >Living in the here and now is behaviour derived from the Zen experience
- >Zen helping is a way of living and being
- >Zen helping is without intent, design or calculation
- >To help only when one feels the abundance of happiness and love
- >How we get there?
>Explain the fundamental of the Zen approach in the Art of Helping;
- >Practise Zen meditation of how to feel good, which prepares the ground for the development of genuine compassion;
- >Explain the concept of nowness and the relationship with the Zen experience;
- >Illustrate the central concept of Zen helping and discuss its challenge to the basic nature of the caring services
To be eligible for the award of the Certificate for Module (Zen for Professionals Helplers), students are required to achieve 70% attendance and pass the assessment of the programme.
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Days / Time
- Monday, 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Fee & Entry Requirements
have gained in the HKDSE Examination Level 2 or above in 5 subjects, including English Language and Chinese Language; OR
have gained in the HKALE Examination one AL subject or two AS subjects; AND three passes in the HKCEE* PLUS Level 2 / Grade E or above in Chinese Language and English Language;OR
be a practitioner# with at least 5 years’ experience in the related field and hold a recognized professional qualification in the relevant discipline
HK$150 (Non-refundable)Course Fee
- The CEF Institution Code of HKU SPACE is 100
|Certificate for Module (Zen for Professional Helpers)
證書 (單元 : 助人專業之禪)
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|Continuing Education Fund
This course has been included in the list of reimbursable courses under the Continuing Education Fund.
Certificate for Module (Zen for Professional Helpers)
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The completed application form with the relevant documents and application fee $150 should be submitted by the following methods on or before the deadline:
- by mailing to SWAS, HKU SPACE, 13/F, Fortress Tower, 250 King's Road, North Point, Hong Kong (Attention to: Ms Rosa Chan)
- in person at any of the HKU SPACE Enrolment Centres
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- mail the above documents to SWAS, HKU SPACE, 13/F, Fortress Tower, 250 King's Road, North Point, Hong Kong (Attention to: Ms Rosa Chan). HKU SPACE will not be responsible for any loss of payment sent by mail.
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