Date: 5 September 2015 (Sat)
Speaker: Dr Gregor Lange, Senior Lecturer, Dept of Psychology, NUS
Venue: Child Guidance Clinic, Room 1, Level 3, Health Promotion Board
Time: 9:00 am – 12:30pm

Mindful Psychology: Benefits for Parents and Children
Dr Lange will give introduce the subject of Mindful Psychology, highlight its benefits for both parents and children, and teach some practical skills for immediate use. The latest scientific findings in this area will also be shared. There will be time for Q&A. Dr Lange is a German-born, Irish-American trained clinical psychologist. He has worked in public health care (Ireland), private clinics (Ireland, USA, Vietnam) and is currently a senior lecturer at NUS. He has also been an independent consultant, researcher and author. His 15 years of clinical work include working with children, families, couples and individual adults with a variety of problems. He is particularly interested in mindfulness-based interventions and how mindfulness can enrich the lives of clients and the community.

Date: 3 October 2015 (Sat)
Speaker: Annelaure Vuillermoz, ADHD Coach, Zesty Minds
Venue: Child Guidance Clinic, Room 1, Level 3, Health Promotion Board
Time: 9:00 am – 12:30pm

ADHD at Work
Working life often plays a key part in our sense of well-being and achievement. But adults with ADHD may experience difficulties with focus and productivity. Self-help books list common organisational tips and recommend readers to choose “an ADHD-friendly career.” Easier said than done, of course. This workshop will discuss practical approaches to increase work performance and to reflect on career orientation. It is an interactive session based on experiences of professionals living with ADHD in Singapore, career coaching insights and ADHD clinical knowledge. Vuillermoz is an executive coach, psychotherapist and facilitator working with both companies and clinical teams. Her work at Zesty Minds focuses on coaching atypical professionals, many with ADHD or Asperger’s.

Date: 7 November 2015 (Sat)

Speaker: Bella Chin, President, Spark
Venue: Child Guidance Clinic, Room 1, Level 3, Health Promotion Board
Time: 9:00 am – 12:30pm

Understanding ADHD and Behaviour Management
This is our popular twice-yearly talk on understanding ADHD and behaviour management for parents, teachers and allied educators, especially those new to ADHD. Topics covered include facts about ADHD, how to support a child with ADHD at home and in school and basic behaviour management strategies. Non-members must email to register.

See Spark Events for more details on future meetings.




ADHD: What is it?
New reading material of the above topic can be found in Tips/Stories. ADHD Information for parents and fact sheet for teachers in Chinese are also freshly uploaded.

Latest issue (Issue 35, April 2015) of I'm Not Naughty uploaded here.

Latest Edition of I'm Not Naughty flyer uploaded here. Chinese version here.

Three-Prong Approach to Supporting Special Needs Students uploaded here.
Presentation by the three winners of the ACE Mentor Award 2012 at the public forum held on 29 June 2013. In it, the Allied Educators (Learning and Behaviour Support) share their knowledge and best practices on supporting Special Needs students in mainstream schools.

Presentation slides of Prof Jan Buitelaar (from The Netherlands) for the public Forum on 5 July uploaded here.

PACE brochure uploaded here. Registration form here.


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