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Exploring SELF CARE with our Clients

Date: 11 Jun 2021


Self care is a broad term that encompasses just about anything a person does to take care of themselves Practising self care prevents burn out and promotes self compassion, a good mental frame to be able to hold ourselves as we meet life’s challenges.

Learn how visual resources can aid in self care In this workshop, we will be sharing practical guided strategies on how you can use visual therapeutic tools to reflect and strengthen wellbeing your clients and for ourselves as People Helpers

Workshop Outcomes

• Understand the Need for Self Care with Clients

• Learn how to Explore the Family History of Self Care

• Embarking on Self Care in Client’s Current Journey

• Sustaining Self Care throughout the Client’s Journey

• Self Care for the Helper and Connection with Client’s


Mr Udhia Kumar is an experienced practitioner who has many years of training experience in the area of strength approaches to his practices He is very creative in combining the visual therapeutic tools in his work with individuals and families as well in his training Participants find his training informative and useful.

He has a Bachelor of Social Sciences in Social Work and Psychology from the National University of Singapore He has also obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Solution Focused Brief Therapy from the Brief Therapy Centre, Milwaukee US, as well as a Diploma in Clinical Supervision from Counselling Care Centre. Kumar currently practices in a community based social service agency in Singapore and has been doing so for over 20 years.

Duration: 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Venue: Online

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Normal Price: $$100
Early Bird Price: $$79(End on 7th June)

Language: English

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