God’s nature is relational. It is being displayed in the relationship of the Trinity – Father, Son and Holy Spirit. As we are created in God’s image, we too, are
God’s nature is relational. It is being displayed in the relationship of the Trinity – Father, Son and Holy Spirit. As we are created in God’s image, we too, are created for connections with God and with one another.
In fact, close connection with God and with others is the most compelling survival mechanism of mankind. Many researches have shown that all human beings, children and adults alike, need to have close and strong emotional attachment to a few significant others to be physically and mentally healthy – to survive, to cope, to thrive, and to live life to the fullest.
The loss of a felt sense of connection and attachment with such loved ones would mean suffering the greatest fear and pain of being alone and isolated in the face of the uncertainty of life.
- Brief introduction to Attachment Theory, which provides a framework for understanding the basis of relationships
- Discover attachment styles and the role they play in closest relationships
- Focus on emotion in helping to make sense of emotional experiences in relationships
- Provides practical tips in managing emotional and attachment needs in relationships
10 August 2019 (Sat)
9.00 am – 12.30 pm
NACC, 2-2B, Block K, Jalan PJU1/3A, Sunway Mas Commercial Centre, 47301, Petaling Jaya.
- RM40 for NACC members
- RM80 for non-members
NACC Contact Hours Awarded: 2 hours
- Crossed cheque in the name of “National Association of Christian Counsellors” and send by post to the NACC office (address above)
- Online registration below
(Saturday) 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
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Soh Yoke Wah
Soh Yoke Wah
Soh Yoke Wah is a Licensed and Registered Counselor with the Malaysian Board of Counselors. She is currently a practicing counsellor in KIN & KiDs Marriage, Family and Child Therapy Center in Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya. She mostly works with individuals, couples and families on emotional and relational issues. Her clinical experiences include working with women struggling with individual, marital and family issues at the All Women’s Action Society (AWAM), guiding college students with personal, relational, family and career-related issues at Career Sense and Center For Psychological And Counselling Services (CPCS) at HELP University. Besides counselling, she also conducts talks to churches on basic counselling skills, emotion management, and personal development. She personally believes that emotion play an important and functional role in maintaining the overall psychological wellbeing of every individual, as well as in building close, healthy and lasting relationships.