Look out for these training opportunities in Singapore and Australia!
I don't receive a kick-back from these guys - Just sharing this information around for your training needs. They are a good resource for anyone looking to get some formal training.
Sometimes all it takes is some grounded self-reflection.
What to do when your toddler starts behaving like a baby, and it's confusing!
Is there a more intuitive or different way to view our loved ones' dementia, as opposed to it just being a disease? How can I as a caregiver begin to deal with what may be a lifetime of heartache and struggle to cope with losing this person a bit everyday? Based on a request for an exposition on this topic, here's my spin on it.
Happy Mothers' Day to all mum's and your hardwork - you do much more for us than you know!
There are many things even the most concerned and well-intentioned parent might do that inadvertently grows anxiety in their children. What follows may be the familiar frustration and disappointment that parents themselves feel about their own parenting capacities, or a view that their children are non-compliant or worse, inherently weak. Let's have a look...
How does one deal with grief and loss? Some have said that it cuts right through the heart. Research has shown that loss impacts the emotional centre in our brain in such a way that we do feel "heart-broken". Hence, it takes many of us ages to recover from real or imagined loss, and considered traumatic by its very definition. Consider the Four Stages of Grief from an attachment perspective.
Is it OCD or is it not? Check out the suggested reading regarding treatment - Psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral approaches of obsessive-compulsive disorder: is it time to work through our ambivalence? Kempke S, Luyten P. Bull Menninger Clin. 2007 Fall;71(4):291-311. doi: 10.1521/bumc.2007.71.4.291.