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Date: 22 Apr 2017 - 1 Jul 2017

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Is your teenager struggling with isolation, understanding other people or not being understood by other people around him/her? Do you think your teenager is often alone and should spent more time together with others?

The Support Group for teenagers with Asperger is an unique platform where like-minded teenagers come together to get help and support from each other by sharing and working on challenges they are facing. Through this process, they are able to ‘strengthen’ their own potential.

The course is open to teenagers of all genders. Additional support groups will be offered during the school holidays.

Presenter
IRENA CONSTANTIN
Educational/Occupational Psychologist


Ms Irena Constantin is a Occupational & Educational Psychologist who completed her M. Phil (lic. Phil) at the University of Zurich, Switzerland and has specialized in Applied Psychology.

Ms Constantin has had extensive experience in dealing with learning and socio-emotional difficulties experienced by teenagers and young adults having worked as a counselor in International Schools. In that capacity, she crafted school related intervention programmes.

Ms Constantin is a member of and adhere to standards of the Singapore Psychological Society (SPS), Federation of Swiss Psychologists (FSP) and Education Across Frontiers (EAF).

Duration: 11am to 12 pm

Venue: Scott Psychological Centre, 360 Orchard Road, International Building, #10-06

Website: Go to event website

Contact: Email Organizer

Brochure: Download

Fees:
$75/person

Language: English

Available Seatings: 10

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