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Speaker Lunch: Reclaim Your Happiness, Your Freedom, Yourself

Date : Tuesday 12-Dec-2017
Time : 12:15-2:15pm
Venue : Kiangsu Chekiang & Shanghai Residents (HK) Association, 4/F, Manning House
Event fee for pay in advance : HK$400.00 (Member)
: HK$500.00 (Associate)
  : HK$500.00 (Guest)
Event fee for pay at door : HK$400.00 (Member)
: HK$500.00 (Associate)
  : HK$500.00 (Guest)
Sign-up Deadline : Tuesday 12-Dec-2017
Contact Person : Rawen Huang: rawen.huang@aya.yale.edu

Reclaim Your Happiness, Your Freedom, Yourself
Date: Tuesday 12-December-2017
Time: 12:15-2:15pm
Venue: Kiangsu Chekiang & Shanghai Residents (HK) Association, 4/F, Manning House, 38-48 Queen's Road, Central
Cost (includes lunch):
Early bird (on or before Nov 28): HK$300 (members); HK$400 (associates/guests)
Standard (after Nov 28): HK$400 (members); HK$500 (associates/guests)
(Please send payment confirmation to carolyn.yeh@aya.yale.edu to confirm your seat)
Speaker: Dr. Wendy Treynor, PhD in Social Psychology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Contact Person: Rawen Huang (rawen.huang@aya.yale.edu), Carolyn Yeh (carolyn.yeh@aya.yale.edu)
For almost 10 years, Dr. Wendy Treynor has been teaching the I CAN HEAL framework. Social influence and happiness expert on CBS-TV, Psychology Today, and Success magazine, social scientist, psychologist, author, healer, scholar, Dr. Wendy Treynor is founder and director of Healing Consulting in Los Angeles and author of the book The Gift of Cancer.
Discover how we’re systematically led to undervalue and betray ourselves in Dr. Treynor’s presentation that weaves science and spirit. Discussion topics include:
- How to liberate yourself from the shackles of social conditioning
- How to inoculate yourself against unwanted social influence
- How cancer and adversity can become a gift for transformation and radical change
- Using scientific research to show the connection between science and spirit
- A fresh approach for self-love to help overcome depression and oppression to live vibrantly