There are many reasons that might cause a child to be angry, such as a defence mechanism for their shame, or feelings of isolation.
While it’s normal for children to feel upset, sometimes their anger can become inappropriate. Adults who can recognise the warning signs of abnormal anger in children will know when to intervene.
For example, if a child is disruptive at school, often causes conflict at home, and is unable to get along with anyone, adults can learn to delve further into the cause of the child’s anger and offer guidance for the child.
In this Child Psychology talk, participants will learn the neuroscience of anger, and the stress response of children. They will discover ways to teach children to properly express and cope with anger.
Anger management strategies to calm down a child will be shared, and participants will be prompted to be aware of their emotions as well, to ensure that they can deal with a child’s tantrum in a mature way.
The talk will be followed by the Course Preview of Child Psychology programmes.
This is an opportunity for anyone interested in TSPP’s courses to learn more about the course structure, career pathways and entry requirements.
After a presentation by our consultant, attendees will be able to participate in a Q&A session, and learn more about admissions procedures.
After registration, participants will be sent a link to join the talk and preview.
Bernice strongly believes that the needs of each client are unique, and tailors her therapy approach to suit each client for maximum therapeutic effectiveness. She employs a blend of cognitive-behavioural, mindfulness and emotion-focused interventions in accordance to her client’s needs.
Work in the therapy room aside, Bernice also conducts talks, workshops, and webinars on various topics related to mental health and wellness. Audience and participants have included the general public, as well as various corporate organizations (Microsoft, Julius Baer, Munich Re, Cummins, Dow Chemical, HPI, Vodafone, Coca Cola etc) and government-related bodies (LTA, HPB, CPF, SMU, Keppel Corp etc). Some recent talks and workshops that Bernice has conducted have dealt with the following topics: Parental Management Training, Emotional Resilience in Post-Covid Times, Supporting and Identifying Employees in Distress, and Combating Burn-out.
We welcome everyone who is interested in child psychology, children and adolescents’ mental health, or helping to bring out the best in others to join us for this online information session.