StoryTaler volunteer Heidi Chan (left) and Amanda Li, clinical psychologist and co-founder of the social enterprise, which arranges sessions for people like Chan to share their experiences of overcoming mental health issues to help others battling similar problems. Photo: Winson Wong StoryTaler volunteer Heidi Chan (left) and Amanda Li, clinical psychologist and co-founder of the social enterprise, which arranges sessions for people like Chan to share their experiences of overcoming mental health issues to help others battling similar problems. Photo: Winson Wong
StoryTaler volunteer Heidi Chan (left) and Amanda Li, clinical psychologist and co-founder of the social enterprise, which arranges sessions for people like Chan to share their experiences of overcoming mental health issues to help others battling similar problems. Photo: Winson Wong

Wellness

Sharing experiences of mental health problems helps others deal with theirs, and social enterprise Storytaler facilitates the sharing

  • Social enterprise Storytaler started in Hong Kong as a way to talk about mental health and deal with the stigma that surrounds it
  • For volunteers, sharing their stories about mental health is therapeutic, but the main purpose is to educate others about what they may be going through

Topic |   Wellness
StoryTaler volunteer Heidi Chan (left) and Amanda Li, clinical psychologist and co-founder of the social enterprise, which arranges sessions for people like Chan to share their experiences of overcoming mental health issues to help others battling similar problems. Photo: Winson Wong StoryTaler volunteer Heidi Chan (left) and Amanda Li, clinical psychologist and co-founder of the social enterprise, which arranges sessions for people like Chan to share their experiences of overcoming mental health issues to help others battling similar problems. Photo: Winson Wong
StoryTaler volunteer Heidi Chan (left) and Amanda Li, clinical psychologist and co-founder of the social enterprise, which arranges sessions for people like Chan to share their experiences of overcoming mental health issues to help others battling similar problems. Photo: Winson Wong
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