Category Archives: Ask the Experts Videos

Ask the Experts: Encouraging Your Child to Sleep Well

Sleep is critical for your children’s growth. This video series helps parents encourage good sleep habits for their children at all stages of growth. Video #1: Adolescents and sleep Dr June Lo, Assistant Professor at the Centre for Sleep and Cognition at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore will discuss […]

Ask the Experts: Supporting New Mums

New mums need all the support they can get from their families and communities. This video series addresses various needs of transiting into motherhood. Video #1: Nutrition for Expecting Mums Dr Mary Chong, clinical dietitian and Assistant Professor at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore, shares how to eat […]

Ask the Experts: Importance of Play

Play plays a critical role in your children’s development. Hear from experts on how you can use play to positively engage your children in this video series. Video #1: What is play therapy? Accredited Play Therapist, Adelyn Lee with Play Therapy International (PTI) believes in the power of play not just in the lives of […]

Ask the Experts: Effect of Divorce and Parental Alienation on Children

Children are most deeply affected by their parent’s fractured relationships. Elijah Sim, a senior therapist at the Counseling and Care Centre talks about how divorce and parental alienation adversely impact children in this video series. Video #1: Emotional price children pay for parents’ divorce Video #2: Damage before the divorce Video #3: The importance of […]

Ask the Experts: Managing Depression and Suicide in Children

Counselling and Care Centre psychologist Ang Xinying helps us understand depression and suicide in children in this video series. Video #1: What is depression? Video #2: Factors leading to depression Video #3: Signs of depression in children Video #4: Supporting depressed children Video #5: Detecting suicidal ideation in children Video #6: Giving our children hope