Managing Mental Health: How to Support Your Employees

May 4, 2021, 12:30-13:30
Virtual Event

Member Price: HKD 150
Non-Member Price: HKD 250


The webinar link will be emailed to all successful registrants by
6:00PM on Monday, May 3, 2021

It has been more than a year since the world was forced to reckon with the impact of Covid-19.  Changing work patterns, lengthy and expensive quarantines, school closures, and anxiety about family and friends, have resulted in a state of collective anxiety and stress. Against this backdrop, attendees will learn: 

  • What are the signs and symptoms of stress and anxiety or more serious mental health conditions?
  • How can employers support their staff during these unprecedented times?
  • How can employees access treatment and how have insurers responded?

Join us as we hear from a spectrum of perspectives on ways employers can support their teams to ensure optimal mental wellbeing during difficult times.


Pian Lai
AVP, Health Product & Provider Management
Manulife (International) Limited
Pian Lai is currently AVP, Health Product & Provider Management, Manulife (International) Limited. She has over 15 years of extensive experience in individual insurance spanning from health and critical illness product development to claims and operations. As the team head of health products and health provider management at Manulife Hong Kong, Pian is responsible for driving and developing a holistic health and medical strategy as well as the development of integrated solutions for the company. She was a key driving force in the successful launch of Manulife's certified plans under the Voluntary Health Insurance Scheme (VHIS) and the Manulife preferred provider network.

Hannah McLeod
Head of Strategy and Marketing
City Mental Health Alliance, Hong Kong
Hannah is a public relations, digital strategy and coaching graduate with over fifteen years of experience working for agencies, in-house and not-for-profits spanning London, Sydney and Hong Kong. Her most recent experience was in the diversity & inclusion and employee wellbeing field in Asia.

Dr. Gordon Wong
Honorary Consultant, Psychiatry 
Gleneagles Hospital Hong Kong
Dr. Gordon Wong was born in Hong Kong but spent his formative years in the UK. He completed his medical school at the University of Hong Kong. He is a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in the UK and is also a specialist in psychiatry in Hong Kong. He has experience in working in general adult psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry, old age psychiatry, substance abuse and consultation-liaison psychiatry. He is now in private practice in Optimind Clinic in Causeway Bay, and Honorary Consultant in Psychiatry in Gleneagles Hospital Hong Kong. He is interested in various methods of psychotherapies. He received training in cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, and hypnotherapy. He also holds a Master's Degree in Counselling Studies.


Emma Kenyon
Associate Director
Asia Care Group
Emma Kenyon is an Associate Director at Asia Care Group, a specialist healthcare advisory firm that works with clients across Asia to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare.  Emma works with insurers, pharma, governments, INGOs, and development banks on strategy development, market access, thought leadership, healthcare financing, and healthcare delivery improvement and evaluation. Prior to joining ACG, Emma worked in business development at Aetna International, the international arm of the US health insurer. Before arriving in Hong Kong, Emma worked in health policy on funding reform for chronic disease at Cancer Care Ontario and in public policy at the Government of Canada.


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Cancellation Policy: Payment is non-refundable unless the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong cancels the event. If you are unable to attend, cancellations must be received in writing 72 hours prior to the event. No shows will be charged. Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

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