Beijing AH Mental Health Service Center
Beijing AH Mental Health Service Center (Beijing AH) is a non-profit organization approved by Beijing Civil Affairs Bureau. Beijing AH holds the belief that attitudes play a vital role in one’s emotional state and life experience. Beijing AH aims to help people experience peace of mind, strengthen their personal and professional relationships and enhance their quality of life.
Through peer support groups in 40 locations throughout China, and online, we apply the twelve Principles of Attitudinal Healing in daily life to train our minds to be more peaceful. In a non-judgmental, fully accepting and safe environment, we explore our own emotions and thoughts; healing ourselves and supporting others to heal.
More than a thousand members participate in Attitudinal Healing WeChat groups each week. Since 2013, Beijing AH has hosted annual Attitudinal Healing workshops and trainings in cities throughout China, including a Rural Teacher Training Program to introduce the Power to Choose Youth Program to 600 rural teachers. Approximately fifteen hundred people have attended Attitudinal Healing workshops over the past seven years.
In 2017, we launched a 3-Year Trainer Training Program in order to expand access to Attitudinal Healing into all areas of China. Thirty new Attitudinal Healing Trainers graduated from the program.
When in-person training programs were suspended due to the Corona Virus in 2020, new trainers conducted the first on-line Attitudinal Healing Facilitator Training to train facilitators of on-line support groups. The Heart Fund, one of AH China’s generous sponsors, created a new web-based platform for the training and provides technical expertise.
Please visit www.ahchina.zohosites.com for more information about Attitudinal Healing in China, the location of Peer Support and WeChat groups, Attitudinal Healing trainings and workshops, and volunteer opportunities.
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Peer Support Groups (ongoing)
Power to Choose Youth Programs
Introduction to Attitudinal Healing Workshop (annual)
AH Facilitator Training (annual)
Rural Teacher Training
Attitudinal Healing Trainer Training (3 year program)