The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the importance of our physical, mental and spiritual well-being. We celebrate International Women's Day by speaking to three women, Kimberley Carder, May Nogoy and Suzanne Ho, who have done much to help women – and men – in Hong Kong lead healthier, happier lives. For Carder, a clinical psychologist who grew up in Hong Kong, her second career as an MMA (mixed martial arts) fighter, which she launched into while studying for a doctorate in clinical psychology , helped shape her therapeutic approach, which emphasises the mind-body connection."How we take care of our body is in direct relation to what's going on in our mind. I always ask [clients], 'What is your sleep like, your eating, your movements?' How can you expect your mental health to be able to function if you don't have a healthy behavioural foundation in place?" says Carder. She enjoys working with children and teenagers and, although her cage fighting days are behind her, she gets kudos (particularly from teenage clients) when they see photos of her in the ring. Her whole-system approach means she works with a client in the context of their family, and she uses a mix of… Read full this story
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