Workshop Description Childhood • This workshop seeks to provide participants with an understanding of the important psychological and spiritual needs during the critical stage of childhood. • This is viewed through the lens
• This workshop seeks to provide participants with an understanding of the important psychological and spiritual needs during the critical stage of childhood.
• This is viewed through the lens of four developmental stages from infancy through puberty.
• One of the key questions this workshop strives to address is – how can we, as parents or caregivers, nurture our children as they enter this brave new world? The workshop covers the importance of early relationships and attachment.
1. Understand the important psychological and spiritual needs during the childhood stages.
2. Learn about attachment and importance of early parent-child care.
3. Recognize some of the nurturing factors towards the healthy development of the child.
Parents, caregivers, lay helpers working with children and the youth, and those interested to learn more about childhood development.
29 April (Sat)
930am to 1230PM
Glad Tiding PJ – for Klang Valley participants
via ZOOM – for out of Klang Valley participants
RM70 for NACC members
RM100 for non-members
Contact Hours Awarded:
2 contact hours will be awarded
- Online registration and payment below
- Registration via email and Online Transfer to Bank account, with your full name and membership number (if any):
Name: National Association of Christian Counsellors, Malaysia
MBB A/C No. 5122 3134 8681
** Important: For payment methods 2 & 3, please email your registration and bank in or transfer payment confirmation to : firstname.lastname@example.org otherwise we cannot register you for this event.
National Association of Christian Counsellors (NACC) Malaysia
(Saturday) 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Tickets are not available for sale any more for this event!
Cassandra is a registered and licensed counsellor with the Lembaga Kaunselor Malaysia. She graduated with Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) and Masters in Counselling from HELP University. She is currently working with SUKA Society, an NGO that works to protect and preserve the best interests of marginalized and vulnerable children in Malaysia. Previously, she worked in an education setting as a student counsellor to support students who experience academic stress, friendship and family issues, self-esteem issue and so on. Cassandra’s approach is person-centered. She strongly believes that every individual has the capability to lead their own life and grow into their best self. She endeavours to facilitate her clients in their growth process by providing a growth-promoting environment so they can cope with their challenges in life. Cassandra is actively serving in the Royal Rangers and worship ministry in her church.