Student Education and Well-being in the Digital Age – Scotch College Talk

This week Dr Le was delighted to give a talk to the teachers and staff at Scotch College titled “Student Education and Well-being in the Digital Age” at the Torrens Park Campus in Adelaide.

Dr Le’s key message was this:

“No matter how sophisticated or advanced technology gets, we cannot forget the human aspect of learning. We must continue to invest in teachers who care about student education and well-being.”

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How teachers can help students balance Internet technology effects

Dr Le is excited to go to Vancouver this September to meet and collaborate with Cris Rowan, Canadian pediatric occupational therapist, biologist, international speaker, and author of the critically acclaimed book Virtual Child.

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How to start a conversation that could save a life in 3 steps- RUOK?

https://www.ruok.org.au/

STEP 1: Check out the RUOK? website guide on “How to ask a mate” here.

STEP 2: Try your best to arrange a face-to-face connection in the real world.

STEP 3: When face-to-face attempt to reconnect without the use of digital devices (eg. turn your mobile to airplane mode and do your best to talk without digital interruptions. Continue reading How to start a conversation that could save a life in 3 steps- RUOK?

POKEMON GO Therapy for social anxiety using Pokestops in Japan?

The Pokemon Go game design and psychology vlog: Episode 4
This episode, Dr Huu Kim Le from cgiclinic.com is in Tokyo Japan home of Nintendo’s pocket monsters also known as Pokemon in the west. Continue reading POKEMON GO Therapy for social anxiety using Pokestops in Japan?

The Wellbeing and Resilience Centre at SAHMRI

Someone recently asked CGI Clinic an intriguing question: “Why would someone pay X (eg. a doctor) for their services?”

For those in the public health sector, we might assume that patients only come to seek medical help to relieve pain and suffering. In mental health, this is the relief of mental pain and suffering.

In Western Culture, we tend to seek health services only when we are sick/unwell for a treatment, not necessarily when we are well (to seek a better a way of living).

“It is health that is real wealth, not pieces of gold.”
-M Gandhi

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