Start Date: 20th April 2018 Once a month I go to the Dignity for Children Foundation in Sentul to supervise the clinical Psychologist & trainee...
Date: 26th November 2018 I was invited to speak to 500 counsellors and other members of the Sarawak Civil Service in Kuching. I spoke about how...
In this workshop for an International School in Kuala Lumpur I presented to teachers on the common problems that students may experience and how we can best help them.
Childhood can be a confusing and difficult time for children and teenagers. As a parent it is often difficult to know what to do to help. In this talk, I’d like to introduce you to some of the strategies and techniques that clinical psychologists use to manage common childhood problems.
In this workshop I showed the Psychiatrists and Clinical Psychologists at UKM how I would teach Mindfulness exercises to a group of people who were experiencing a lot of worry.
Every child misbehaves and most parents and teachers have their own ways of helping children learn from their mistakes. But what should we do if a child or adolescent's behaviour is frequently problematic?
In this workshop we looked at a core component of a clinical psychologists work: formulation.
This 6 week course was intended as an introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for trainee psychiatrists at the University of Malaya's Medical Centre.
This was a brief 5 minute talk that I gave to the Special Educational Needs in Malaysia Conference 2015.
Mianyang, Sichuan, China Workshop: Culturally Appropriate Interventions for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
In this presentation I described the symptoms of PTSD, our current scientific explanations of these symptoms and how they are often mis-perceived by lay people. Then we discussed evidence based interventions including; Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Narrative Exposure Therapy.
I spoke about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder on BFM 89.9 ‘s weekend radio show. If you’d like to hear what I said you can listen to the interview on the BFM website.