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Diploma in Buddhist Psychotherapy and Counselling (2nd April)

February 21, 2020 / By Admin

Dot Connections Growth Centre is conducting its 4th intake for Diploma in Buddhist Psychotherapy and Counselling course, which will commence on 2 April 2020. This DBPC course is supported by APACS and ACA (Australian Counselling Association). Seven modules will be taught in this 7-month course which incorporates practicum internship and supervision. Deadline for early bird […]

Schema Therapy Professional Training (Basic Level)

February 4, 2020 / By Admin

There is growing evidence that Schema Therapy (ST) is a highly effective form of psychotherapy for patients with personality disorders and, by implication, the broad range of negative life patterns (“Early Maladaptive Schemas”) that make up the features that define these disorders (Giesen-Bloo et al., 2006; Sempertegui, Karreman, Arntz & Bekker, 2013; Taylor & Arntz, […]

Schema Therapy-based Good Enough Parenting Professional Training (with VCF Funding)

February 4, 2020 / By Admin

HOPE worldwide Singapore invites APACS members working with parents and children to the “Good Enough Parenting” Professional Training. Date: 4-6 May 2020 (Mon-Wed), 9am-5pm Venue: HOPEwwS Office, 1 Edgefield Walk Singapore 828850 Registration Fee: $682.50 after VCF funding for Singaporean/PR staff of NCSS member VWOs/SSOs (pre-approval required); $900 for Early Bird Rate (payment made by 31 Mar 2020); $975 for standard rate. *Inclusive […]

Sign Language in Child Development (27th July 2019)

March 27, 2019 / By Admin

Keren Lee – Behavioural/Psychotherapist/Certified Hypnotherapist. Bachelor of Psychological Science (Hons). In her current full-time role, she manages various profiles such as individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Anxiety Disorders. She also conducts brain training programmes for children using neurotechnology. This 2-hour workshop is designed to share knowledge of how learning Sign language affects a child’s […]

Psychology in Fitness (23rd Nov 2019)

February 14, 2019 / By Admin

Axel Lai – Degree Graduate with Hons in Human Psychology in the UK, he is currently working with children under five years old in Singapore in an enrichment centre. Aside from teaching children, he is also a freelancer for personal training in various gyms in Singapore like ActiveSg, Fitness First or even outdoor field training […]

History and Evolution of Counselling (Event)

February 14, 2019 / By Admin

Sim Kwang Mong – practising counsellor proficient in counselling intervention using Satir, CBT, SFBT and Mindfulness orientations. He is an experienced marriage counsellor, who has been providing counselling support to adult couples and individual undergoing marital challenges and issues since 2010. Kwang Mong has many years of experiences working with adolescents in providing counselling support […]

Shamanism – Healing in Psychotherapy? (Event)

February 14, 2019 / By Admin

Jeffrey Po – a counsellor, psychotherapist, certified spiritual counsellor, pastoral thanatology and meditation trainer. The approach towards spirituality and its usefulness in being able to usefulness in meeting daily challenges. The understanding and harnessing of the other spiritual energy forces through breath-work, visualisation, imagery and “soul-journeying”. This workshop has been designed to provide additional knowledge […]

Quantum Healing (Event)

September 10, 2018 / By Admin

The approach towards spirituality and its usefulness in meeting daily challenges. The harnessing of the universal energy forces through breath-work, visualisation and imagery. Aim of this workshop: This workshop has been designed to provide additional knowledge and practice to counsellors and psychotherapists when they deal with clients’ emotional and mental distress. The workshop introduces another […]

Brain Science (News)

July 22, 2018 / By Admin

Contributed by: David DiSalvo The big brain science stories of 2017 included new reveals about psychedelic drugs, how bacteria influence the brain, the realities of brain trauma, potential Alzheimer’s treatments, what marijuana does in the brain besides getting you high, and much more. As is true every year, it’s impossible to summarize all the highlights, so […]

The Use of Sensory Integration Approach in Children’s Learning (Event)

May 16, 2018 / By Admin

The Use of Sensory Integration Approach in Children’s Learning Mr Lai Chee Gong Axel – Programme Trainer/ Teacher; Bsc. Hons(Human Psychology); Adv. Dipl.(Psychology) Date: 21st September 2018 Time: 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM Aim of the workshop: To generate awareness, understanding and explore how sensorial integration play can improve in learning for children. Venue: APAC(S) […]