Sab, 20 Apr|
Co-labs The Starling
CreativeMornings KL with Ivy Tan
Ivy Tan is a Counselling Psychologist, her scope of expertise extends to providing counselling support, psychotherapy and behaviour intervention to adolescents and family living with relationship. Get your ticket in the link below! http://bit.ly/2KsfgGBj
Masa & Lokasi
20 Apr 2019, 9:00 PG – 12:00 PTG
Co-labs The Starling, Lot 4-401 & 4-402, Level 4, The Starling Mall No, 6, Jalan SS 21/37, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tentang Acara Tersebut
We strive to embrace diversity and inclusion in our daily lives. Little did we know, we often fail to understand how it works and the difference between both. When we promote diversity, do we also practice inclusiveness? How do we become inclusive? Without psychological safety, it can be challenging for an individual, organization and the community to reflect true inclusive culture.
Humility helps to avoid judging difference as inferior. Compassion enables us to appreciate people who challenges our beliefs and values while veracity continues to question assumptions which can guide us to objectivity. How does one then becomes a culturally responsive member of the community? It is important to be familiar with the knowledge of individual and social biases, cultural values, and power structures. Understanding these concepts is essential to cultivating inclusion from within.
About this month's speaker:
Ivy received her Master’s in Counselling Psychology with emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) from the University of San Francisco in California and completed her undergraduate degree in International Relations from San Francisco State University. Following the completion of her Masters, Ivy worked in a non-profit community based health service centre in San Francisco. Since returning back to Malaysia in 2012, Ivy became the acting head and clinical consultant of Shine Guidance Centre where she oversaw centre operations.
As a Counselling Psychologist, her scope of expertise extends to providing counselling support, psychotherapy and behaviour intervention to adolescents and family living with relationship difficulties, social and emotional issues and psychological disorders.
Notes or Reminders:
- Doors open at 9am, event starts at 10am, and feel free to stay longer and mingle after the agenda finishes.
- Walk-ins are welcome however we encourage you to sign up to secure your cuppa coffee!
- Remember to Bring Your Own Cup for drinks as we support #ZeroWaste!
At The Event:
Remember to use these hashtags #cminclusive #creativemornings #creativemorningskl to share your photos, experience, notes and tweets on social media!