Workshop Description Strong emotions especially anger are often exhibited by couples during marriage or family sessions. Counselors could be caught in the middle when couples fight; some freeze (not knowing what
Strong emotions especially anger are often exhibited by couples during marriage or family sessions. Counselors could be caught in the middle when couples fight; some freeze (not knowing what to do), others flee (terminate the session) while some fight (as a referee) which may not be effective to move the counselling process forwards.
This workshop aims to help counselors understand the marriage/family counselling process from a Biblical and psychological perspective and have some basic intervention tools to manage clients’ strong emotions better hence effecting smoother conflict resolution between them.
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.
Church workers, pastoral staff, lay counsellors and any others who wish to be more effective in couple or family counselling.
13 May 2023 (Saturday)
9.30 am to 12.30 noon
Charis Christian Centre, 62B, Jalan Siput Akek, Taman Billion, 56000 Kuala Lumpur
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
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He has been in Christian full-time ministry in both the church and para-church context for more than three decades. He is the president of NACC Malaysia. He is a part-time lecturer at a local university and a licensed counsellor at a professional counselling center, helping clients on both individual and couple therapy. He also conducts talks and workshops on emotional excellence, counselling skills, strong marriages and smart parenting. He holds a Bachelor in Theology, a Master in Pastoral Counselling and a Master in Counselling. He has been married for over 30 years and has two grown-up sons.