CCTF Launches Psychological Service Project for Disadvantaged Children

December 6, 2017
By Fan WenjunEditor: Jane Wang

Zhu Xisheng (L), secretary-general of the CCTF, along with Fan Xibiao (R), general manager of the Office of the Corporate Culture Department of Country Garden, launch the charity project. [Women of China/Fan Wenjun]

 

The China Children and Teenagers' Foundation (CCTF) teamed up with real estate developer Country Garden to launch a charity project on providing psychological services for "left-behind" and migrant children on November 30 in the suburb of Beijing.

At the ceremony, Zhu Xisheng, secretary-general of the CCTF, said the Beautiful Mind Classroom project involves a standardized psychological service management system and various psychological service activities.

Zhu added that national-level psychologists have been invited to serve as guiding experts of the project to explore a new model of caring for disadvantaged children.

Through the project, children can enjoy comprehensive healthy psychological services which will effectively help prevent and control children's psychological problems.

Accordingly, the classroom is divided into three parts —a reception room, a team activity room and an interview service room. Psychological counseling teachers and volunteers work in groups to help children understand themselves in interpersonal relationships and improve their adaptability as well as develop a positive mentality.

Fan Xibiao, general manager of the Office of the Corporate Culture Department of Country Garden; Lin Weiying, vice-president of Beijing Area of Country Garden; Xiao Di, director of the Office of Beijing Area of Country Garden; and, psychologists from Beihang University, China Association of Social Workers and China Youth and Children Research Center, attended the event.

 

Country Garden donates 1 million yuan (U.S.$ 151,201) to the CCTF. [Women of China/Fan Wenjun]

Zhu Xisheng, secretary-general of the CCTF, speaks at the event. [Women of China/Fan Wenjun]

Zhu Xisheng, secretary-general of the CCTF, presents certificates to psychologists. [Women of China/Fan Wenjun]

Three children and participants take a group photo. [Women of China/Fan Wenjun]

An electronic facility shows psychological services related to children. [Women of China/Fan Wenjun]

Attendees at the event [Women of China/Fan Wenjun]

Children and participants play games. [Women of China/Fan Wenjun]

(Women of China)

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