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Do you desire to better support your children to handle anxiety or setbacks? You can make a difference to your children’s mental well-being.

Get equipped to help your children process and navigate emotional and mental challenges in this season. With trained coaches and professional counsellors, you can experience a personalised, one-to-one coaching session to explore strategies to strengthen your children’s emotional health and mental wellness.

In this one-hour online session, you can:

  • Share your children’s challenges in their mental and emotional well-being
  • Explore solutions and strategies for a stronger parent-child relationship

Supported by the Tan Chin Tuan Foundation, coaching and counselling sessions are available at a subsidised rate from $30 for families with financial needs.

For any enquiries, please contact Susan at [email protected].

Meet the family coaches:

Clement Ong
Clement is a Certified Coach with years of experience working with families, particularly with young parents and couples. He has a passion for empowering parents to bring up strong and resilient children. Clement holds a Master of Social Science in Professional Counselling, and, his wife of 25 years, Cheryl, has two young adult children: Joel, 24, and Clarice, 22.

Joe Chan
Joe is a Master Solution-Focused Practitioner and a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation. With over 16 years of experience working with young people in social services, Joe is passionate about equipping young people and parents with the tools to achieve healthy relationships. Joe is an experienced Family Life educator with Focus on the Family Singapore and is trained in Emotional Intelligence Assessment. In his free time, Joe enjoys dragon boating and catching movie shows with his wife, Jennifer and two young boys.

Ronald Yow
As a professional Certified Coach (ICF) and an ACTA Certified Trainer, Ronald conducts transformative coaching training both locally and in Southeast Asia. Equipped with 20 years of experience in working with children, youths and families in many corporate and non-profit organisations, Ronald has conducted various seminars, workshops and talks on parenting and youth-related topics. He is a Trainer with Focus on the Family Singapore and a father to two teenage daughters.

Susan Fong
Susan Fong is a leadership trainer, human resources consultant and ICF Certified Coach. Her passion is to develop the competencies and potential of people. As a passionate supporter of healthy family life, she desires to help parents build stronger bonds with their children. Married with two teenagers, she enjoys networking with women, taking nature walks and having meals with her family.

Dr Wu Mi Yin
Dr Wu is passionate about working with educators, parents and leaders to grow their capacity to pursue what matters to them. She is a Trainer at Focus on the Family Singapore, a certified Professional Transformational Coach and Gallup-certified Strengths Coach. She provides organisational and personal development consultancy, and training services to schools and civil service agencies. Dr Wu has been happily married for over 20 years and has three children.

Time: 9am-5pm (last appointment at 5pm)
             6pm-8pm (last appointment at 8pm)

Cost: S$120 (S$30 subsidised fee) – Day sessions
            S$170 (S$50 subsidised fee) – Evening sessions
            Register for your first session before Nov 30, 2021 to benefit from the subsidy.

Click here to register.

About the Organiser:
Focus on the Family Singapore is a local charity dedicated to helping families thrive. Upholding the family unit as the basic building block of Singapore, they partner individuals and organisations to promote strong families through differentiated programmes, trusted resources, family counselling and content placement in various media. Their aim is to support the everyday family through life’s challenges and to build enduring healthy values, thus circumventing many of society’s social problems.