Mental wellbeing game and resources
As part of the #Go4aBreak campaign, we've launched a series of practical toolkits and a card game to help you, your family and friends boost your mental wellbeing.
Wellbeing Card Game: “Let’s Break It Down”
“Let’s Break It Down” aims to encourage conversation between young people and their families through games. The card game was co-created with our community partners Social Ventures Hong Kong (SVhk) and KELY Support Group and is based on the Hot Cross Bun model, a popular psychology methodology. The theory helps players express their emotions, break down their body reactions and behaviours with the use of different response cards. Importantly, it is a fun way to get to know each other and build a connection with those around you.
“(let’s beak it down card game) It’s a simple and user-friendly tool to help my clients to engage in thoughtful conversations, regardless if they come from different cultures, background, and ages. I’ve used it to facilitate discussions with families who have teenage children over the past several weeks with great feedback. The wording is easy to understand and the scenarios are realistic. My favorite scenarios is ‘think about how you would react if Ocean Park was closed upon arrival.’ – Ms. Kate Tong, Registered Psychologist.
Through engaging different scenarios, participants will learn how others process their responses as well as reflecting on upcoming challenging situations. It is a good check-in exercise for individuals to explore what scenarios affect them more than others.
Behind the Scenes
The card game was developed with two young people who have experienced their mental health journey. Find out more.
To make it easier for young people to talk about their mental health and access help when they need it, we’ve launched two stress management video modules to empower young people and the community to take care of themselves anytime, anywhere.
Module 1: Stress and CBT
The 5-minute video explains how cognitive behaviour therapy can help manage stress and how people can apply it to their daily lives.
Module 2: Keeping Stress in Check
The 4-minute video explores ways to manage stress and promote a balanced lifestyle.
With thanks to our community partners:
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