[CPPS CLiC] Enhancing Family Resilience During and Post the COVID-19 Quarantine
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ChildFam Possibilities

[CPPS CLiC] Enhancing Family Resilience During and Post the COVID-19 Quarantine

ABOUT THE WEBINAR This webinar aims to introduce participants to the concept of family resilience, especially amidst crisis events. Common characteristics and dynamics of families who have coped well against adversity will be presented, and participants will be invited to take a self-reflection regarding their own family as it is responding to the current pandemic. The discussion will end with an appreciation of crisis events as periods of assessment and opportunity, not just for individuals but for families and other systems. ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Kay Vardeleon, RPsy is a founding partner of Childfam-Possibilities. She is a Certified Specialist in Counseling Psychology, as well as a licensed psychologist and psychometrician. She is currently completing her PhD in Family Studies at Miriam College- Quezon City, In professional practice for 19 years, Kay has served as guidance counselor for the University of Santo Tomas, psychosocial services provider of UGAT Foundation, Inc., and consultant psychologist for various organizations. She has experience in the academic. corporate, community, and cloud settings. ******** You are viewing this webinar as part of CPPS WORK's CLiC Program (Connect, Learn and Interact through CPPS). CPPS WORK is a program that aims to promote mental health in the Philippine workplace. It is the industrial arm of Childfam-Possibilities Psychosocial Services Co., a well-being center located in Quezon City and Makati City, Philippines. Our services include counseling, psychotherapy, psychiatric consultation and learning events. For more information about CPPS WORK, visit cpps.work
[CPPS Webinar] Remote Psychological First Aid w/ Jim Rey Baloloy, RPsy
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ChildFam Possibilities

[CPPS Webinar] Remote Psychological First Aid w/ Jim Rey Baloloy, RPsy

In this video, Jim Rey Baloloy, RPsy of Childfam-Possibilities Psychosocial Services (CPPS) shares how organizations can provide Psychological First Aid (PFA) remotely admist the COVID-19 Pandemic. IMPORTANT: Please note that this webinar is designed for organizations with PFA trained staff that are considering to conduct PFA remotely. While providing mental health and psychosocial support is not exclusive for mental health professionals, training and supervision are pre-requisites before one can provide PFA services remotely or otherwise. This webinar is 1 of 4 free webinars ran by the CPPS via zoom last April 17-18. This webinar series aims to support individuals, families, and organizations as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and the new normal it brings. The Q & A portion has been trimmed to protect participants who asked personal questions after the learning session. Below are the links for the other videos in this series: Managing Mental Health and Well-Being Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic with Dr. David Valderrama https://youtu.be/6UUA-D4_9FA Recognizing and Supporting Anxiety in Children in Times of Crisis with Franz Gavino, RPsy https://youtu.be/G_CiKlGy9tM Enhancing Family Resilience During and Post Quarantine with Kay Vardeleon, RPsy https://youtu.be/ohWY6l9Inkw Remote Psychological First Aid with Jim Rey Baloloy, RPsy https://youtu.be/_RhTduqJ7Rg Childfam-Possibilities is a well-being center located in West Avenue, Quezon City and Magallanes, Makati Philippines. We offer counseling/psychotherapy, psychiatric consult, psychological assessment, seminar-workshops, and mental health consultancy. Our services are available in our clinics, on-site at workplaces, and online. For more information, you can message us via: childfampossibilities@gmail.com (for CPPS Quezon City and remote consultation) cppsmakati@gmail.com (for CPPS Makati and remote consultation) cppswork2018@gmail.com (for workplace mental health programs)
[CPPS CLiC] Recognizing Anxiety and Supporting Young Children During Crisis
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ChildFam Possibilities

[CPPS CLiC] Recognizing Anxiety and Supporting Young Children During Crisis

ABOUT THE WEBINAR: This webinar shares about how to assist younger children in coping with anxiety brought about by the recent COVID-19 crisis. Children experiences and expresses anxiety differently than adults and appreciating their unique needs can help parents and other care-providers respond more effectively. Recommended for parents, teachers. and care-providers of children. ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Franz finished Bachelor of Science in Psychology with Academic Distinction at San Beda University and completed her Master of Science in Psychology major in Clinical Psychology at De La Salle University- Manila. Currently she is working as a consultant at Childfam-Possibilities Psychosocial Services, a Youth Counselor in the Archdiocesan Shrine of Divine Mercy – Mandaluyong, and a Chief Administrative Officer at SMART Driving Corporation. A substantial portion of her strength lies in providing psychotherapy to youth and young adults. She also facilitates psychological assessment to children in conflict with the law, applicants of government agencies, children with special needs and other age groups. Above all, she facilitates learning events in the academic, community, and corporate settings. In her practice she is guided by the belief that "the most useful asset of a person is not a head full of knowledge, but a heart full of love, with ears open to listen and hands willing to help." ******** You are viewing this webinar as part of CPPS WORK's CLiC Program (Connect, Learn and Interact through CPPS). CPPS WORK is a program that aims to promote mental health in the Philippine workplace. It is the industrial arm of Childfam-Possibilities Psychosocial Services Co., a well-being center located in Quezon City and Makati City, Philippines. Our services include counseling, psychotherapy, psychiatric consultation and learning events. For more information about CPPS WORK, visit cpps.work
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