Pain points JUST FEEL is solving in Hong Kong
Students show severe levels of
anxiety and depression.
that their schools lack SEL.
Teachers want to get more support on dealing with students’ emotional problems.
Parents get into an argument with their children more than 3-4 times a week. Half of them argue almost daily.
HKFYG (2017). 情緒教育教師意向調查
Hong Kong Paediatric Foundation (2017). 香港兒童健康施政 20 年點評及學生和家長生活狀況調查
Model of Intervention
A Preventive and Fundamental Approach
Students learn to express feelings and needs from an early age, which prevents them from suffering from more severe mental health problems
A Holistic Approach:
Empower Parents & Teachers
We empower teachers and parents who have the greatest influence on students’ growth, to bring a wider scope of impact to the emotional well-being of students
Compassionate Communication was developed by psychologist Marshall Rosenberg in 1963, and has been practising over 60 countries. It emphasises "Connection before Solution", which facilitates communication with a 4-step model.
In 2002, UNESCO recognised Compassionate Communication as one of the best practices in conflict resolution in and out of school. By learning and practising Compassionate Communication, students can gradually develop empathy, then
establish and maintain positive relationships.
4-step model of Compassionate COmmunication
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING (SEL)
Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) defines SEL as "the process through which all young people and adults acquire and apply the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to develop healthy identities, manage emotions and
achieve personal and collective goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain supportive relationships, and make responsible and caring decisions". A systemic approach to SEL advances educational equity and excellence through authentic school-family-community partnerships.
1. Observe the situation objectively without judgments.
2. State how the observation is making you feel
3. Connect the observation and feeling with a need
4. Make specific and clear request about what you need
Compassionate School Programme
Our Compassionate School Programme systematically develops a Compassionate School Culture through Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and Compassionate Communication, creating holistic connections among students, parents, and teachers.
Through one to three years of partnership, JUST FEEL join hands with schools to develop a Compassionate School Culture to enhance students' emotional well-being.