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WHAT IS THE RIGHT WORD : Effective Communication Styles in relationships and conflict resolution strategies - An IWA Empowerment Cell Workshop

  • 12-11-2013
  • 9:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Function Room, Pebble Bay, Tanjong Rhu Road, Singapore
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IWA Empowerment Cell Presents

“WHAT IS THE RIGHT WORD?”

Effective Communication Styles in relationships and conflict resolution strategies

Effective communication is the key to developing and maintaining positive relationships within and outside the family. However in our social as well as intimate relationships we often face the challenges of miscommunication and clash of ideas, which may lead to a conflict or complete communication breakdown. Most of us do not engage in dialogue around conflict – fearing that we may worsen the situation.

Join us for a highly interactive half day workshop on understanding how to overcome this fear…

This interactive workshop will focus on:

  • Problems faced in day to day life vis-à-vis communication
  • Strategies to help deal with conflicts with our near and dear ones

It is not just “what you say”.. but also “ how you say” that matters!

Date : Tuesday, 12th November 2013
Time : 9.30 am – 1.30 pm (followed by potluck lunch)
Venue : Function Room, Pebble Bay, Tanjong Rhu Road
Cost: IWA members $20, Non-Members $30
Register before 10th Nov

The expert is rendering her services to IWA free of cost for this session. The proceeds from the session will go towards a charity chosen by IWA empowerment cell.

Facilitated by: Dr Amita Sarkar

Masters in Psychology, MPhil Clinical Psy; Doctorate Clin Psy (UK), Member British psychological Society, HPC, UK Consultant Clinical Psychologist

Dr Amita Sarkar has 20 years of experience working with adults of working age as well as with children, adolescents and families. Prior to moving to Singapore in 2012 she worked as a clinical psychologist within the National Health Services (NHS), UK and then set up her independent practice. She offers assessment and therapy for common psychological problems (e.g. depression, anxiety), domestic violence/ trauma, abuse, self-harm, attachment disorders, children with behavioural problems, temperamental difficulties or personality problems in adults. Amita is trained in Cognitive-behaviour therapy, systemic family therapy and trauma therapies, such as EMDR and Positive Parenting Programme (Triple P). Her research & clinical interests include influence of culture on psychological well-being and cultural aspects in mental health and parenting among expatriate groups. Amita consults at Promises, Novena Medical Centre and Fernhill Psychology and Counselling Centre, Singapore.





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