“Night to Light” program

The “Night to Light” program is specifically designed for young people aged 18 to 35. It includes outdoor group activities, psychological therapy support, experience sharing, and knowledge sharing. The program aims to provide interaction, inclusiveness, and positive support to young people in need, improving their awareness and attitudes towards mental health, as well as enhancing their psychological stability and self-confidence.

The content flow of the “Night to Light” program is as follows: 
1) Hiking Challenge; 2) Psychological Therapy Support; 3) Feedback Session.

Hiking Challenge:

Outdoor activities led by certified coaches. The purpose of the hike is to allow participants to experience hope and confidence through the process of self-challenge. Each hike will involve participation from a psychiatrist and a person in recovery (PIR) who will share their experiences to help participants gain more knowledge about mental health.

Psychological Therapy Support:

Participants will have the opportunity to engage in different forms of group therapy, such as music therapy, aromatherapy, art therapy, family therapy, yoga or laughter yoga practice, mindfulness training, or cognitive-behavioral therapy.

Feedback Session:

Participants who have completed the activities will be invited to share their personal journey with other young people.

Registration Information:

Applicants are required to undergo a DASS-21 assessment before and after registration. The DASS-21 is a set of three self-report scales designed to measure emotional states of depression, anxiety, and stress.

For more details about the “Night to Light” program, please refer to our Facebook or Instagram page. If you are interested in reserving a spot or becoming a volunteer for this program, please feel free to contact us.