Within a week of the launch, we have 500 registrants for the Parents Webinar. We have decided to go up the next tier to 1,000 people on Zoom Webinar. Thank you for spreading the word on this, especially, to those who have benefited from these dialogues previously. This is not the first time we are … Continue reading Understanding Games, Gamers and Game Addiction & Parenting Challenge Workshop – 4 Days! Starting 21 May ’22
IT'S A WRAP!!! Thank you parents for your feedback, participation, and even sharing. We always say it is a privilege to be part of your lives in such a manner, and indeed it is. There is so much you go through every day with your child and challenges can be overwhelming. We want to … Continue reading Understanding Games, Gamers and Game Addiction III – 26 May ’21
This parents’ webinar IS BACK! Media Literacy Council is supporting the numerous number of parents who missed out the last time again! The last time we reached the maximum capacity of 500 pax for the webinar. Those interested were placed on the wait list. This round, you should not be disappointed! Here are some of … Continue reading Understanding Games, Gamers and Game Addiction II – 21 NOV ’20
This Sunday (5th July, 2020), is youth day! At least 18 countries in the world dedicate this day to the youths of their country, on varying dates throughout the year. It is usually a holiday. In Singapore, it falls on the first Sunday of July every year, and the next day is a scheduled school … Continue reading HEADS UP: THIS SUNDAY IS YOUTH DAY
This is a parents' webinar for this year's public run supported by Media Literacy Council. We have reached the max capacity of 500 pax for the webinar. If you are interested, you can be placed in the waitlist (click "Register" or "Join Waitlist" below) and if someone cancels or a place frees up, we will … Continue reading Understanding Games, Gamers and Game Addiction
It is a trying time for everyone, especially parents of children who may have decided to part ways for good. Whilst the adults may have decided that it is best to be separated or to divorce each other, and this may undoubtedly be for good reasons, there exist between them the offspring(s) of their union … Continue reading Co-Parenting during COVID19 Pandemic
As a clinician, it is not uncommon to come across cases involving children having to engage in deliberate self-harming behaviors such as cutting, scratching or even hitting one’s body parts. It can be absolutely devastating, not only for the parents, but also for themselves to go through such difficult time. However, what follows next after … Continue reading Self-harm or attention-seeking
We know the emergence of mental health awareness. We hear about the importance of mental health awareness. We see people fighting for mental health awareness. But where are we still seeing, hearing or spreading negative stigma about mental health? “Stop acting crazy!” “哈哈，你神经病啦！” “Kenapa? Awak gila ke?” It’s definitely not foreign to any of us … Continue reading I stand up for mental health. Do you?
To most people including teachers and parents, the general stereotype of a bully is when there is an over-sized male student or a group of students who uses verbal and/or physical attacks to hurt a smaller or weaker student. This stereotype is perpetuated throughout pop culture. However, ever since the birth of the internet and … Continue reading The Rise of Cyberbullying
This article may be a spoiler to those who haven’t watched the latest JOKER movie; let this statement serve as a spoiler warning, read at your own risk. Personally, there are so many emotions going through my body, mind, and soul after watching this movie. This movie portrays so many messages in such a multi-dimensional … Continue reading We are powerful if we accept who we are.