I always believe that as a psychologist I own the honor to learn many factual things about others - while I am doing my work. Since this is Friday night, let we discuss something light - relationship. I am inspired by many cases that I have found on site - abusive relationship, gay relationship, cheating … Continue reading Oh Well, Relationship!
Just before midnight, a good friend of mine -Jonah- called me up. He asked me if I know the latest update of an old friend from Perth, who's now working abroad. Jonah said that he just got a text from our friend saying that her boyfriend always swear at her and beat her up. I … Continue reading Said I Love You (But I Beat You)
Choose Love Not Abuse is national program arranged by a group of four final year undergraduates from the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information (WKWSCI) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU). This program aims to save the victims of abusive partners in their relationships. The forms of abuses are physical, emotional, psychological and sexual. … Continue reading Choose Love Not Abuse
I've watched this movie before, because the cast is my favorite for all time, Denzel Washington. But during School of Children Counselling, the purpose of watching this movie had been changed. We had to look through the effect of abuse that Antwone had to deal in his childhood years. He'd been abandoned by her mother … Continue reading Review : Antwone Fisher
Individual counselling has been known in therapy and other types of counselling, namely: in the church, in the cafe, during break time, etc. But, do you know that group therapy works well when handled by those who are expert? It can help the members not to feel alone and learn from others' experiences too. When … Continue reading Group Counselling
During our sessions in School of Children Counselling, all the participants were brought to the facts of child abuse. David Goodwin shared numbers of shocking facts about child abuse: 50% of the abusers are the family member of the child - father, brother, uncle, cousin and other relatives. 45% of the abusers are the people … Continue reading Facts on Child Abuse