Webinar: ‘Mind Transition & Transformation’ for Parents who experience a Child Loss

APHN will be hosting a FREE webinar on ‘Mind Transition & Transformation’ for Parents who experience a Child Loss on 23 Feb 2021, 1-2 pm (GMT+8). To check your local time for the webinar, click here: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/

The grieving parents of a sick child that dies experience a transition to life without their child. It involves a journey of transformation, finding new meanings and connections with their child. Grieving is a process. The journey of transformation needs to start and progress, and integrated into a new life, before complete transition is finally achieved. The ability to navigate this does not come naturally to everyone. Most parents in this situation would need some guidance along the way.

This is the second session of our Palliative Care for Children: Learning & Fellowship Forum Series!

The programme will be in the following format:
– Case presentation with Q&A
– Learning issue of the Day
– In-depth discussion and experience sharing
– Programme updates and social exchange

We are honored to have Mr Brandon Ho from Malaysia to speak on this topic.

Mr Brandon Ho is the founder of Ultimate Training Sdn Bhd and Ultimate Performers Sdn Bhd. He is also a practising member of the Association of Hypnotherapy Practitioners, Malaysia (AHPM), the peak body for hypnotherapists and other mind science practitioners in Malaysia.

He conducts research and writes programmes specialising in personal development and language training using concepts of NLP and Hypnotherapy. These high impact programmes not only train and educate the participants but also inspire them to be the very best that they can be. The programmes have been attended by working adults and students of diverse backgrounds from more than 12 countries such as Australia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Tibet, etc.

The webinar will be hosted via Zoom.

Check out the past webinar session here! (Requires membership access to view video )
You are also welcomed to visit our CPC Case Discussion Blog with the latest case here!