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Stress, Trauma and the Meaning of Life
The webinar will be hosted by Feisal Alibhai (Founder & CEO, Qineticare) and facilitated by Dr. Vanessa Wong.

In this webinar we will explore:
- New stressors since COVID19
- How does trauma affect mental health?
- Meaning, purpose, and being true to one's path

Dec 15, 2021 07:00 PM in Hong Kong SAR

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Founder & CEO
As a 35 year old entrepreneur with over 10,000 employees in 15 countries, Feisal Alibhai received a wake-up call with the news that he had stage three cancer. He thought his life was going to be over, but when he was unable to imagine saying goodbye to his two young sons, he decided to do whatever it took to transform the cancer. To maximize his odds of survival he turned to functional medicine, from kinesiologists to integrative doctors, building a team of experts around him. In 2013 Feisal founded Qineticare, the world’s first family health office, to empower individuals and families through an integrative wellbeing journey of self discovery to transform their way of being to live a meaningful life. Feisal is also the author of Four steps to flow: the art of living a meaningful life, head and heart united.
Dr. Vanessa Wong
Dr. Vanessa Wong believes in taking an integrative approach by looking beyond symptoms and identifying root causes, and in doing so treat the person as a whole rather than a cluster of problem. With over a decade of experience using conventional treatment modalities, she realised there are shortfalls to a "symptom management" approach, and began to explore functional medicine to help her patients who struggle with not only mental health issues, but also physical problems that are now understood to be inherently linked in a mind-body connection. Dr. Wong studied in England during her formative years and returned to Hong Kong to undertake her medical degree. She completed her specialist training under the Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists' training program, which included general adult, old age, child and adolescent, consultation and liaison, and substance abuse psychiatry. At the same time, she obtained her membership to the Royal College of Psychiatrists in the United Kingdom.