How to Explain Work Travel to Your Child

How to Explain Work Travel to Your Child By Chantal Chen, occupational therapist at ELG, and Shining Sun, clinical psychologist at ELG, with writer Sam Lu   As the world becomes more and more interconnected, travelling for work is increasingly becoming a common part of many jobs. While for some it can be an exciting … Continued

You’re not alone…

  Dear all, In a week in which we said goodbye to Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, each a leading pioneer in their own industry and adored by millions, it seems appropriate to stop for a moment and take stock of our own lives. Hearing about both deaths on the news went a long way … Continued

How to Introduce Technology to Young Children: Toddlers, Tech and Tablets

How to Introduce Technology to Young Children: Toddlers, Tech and Tablets by Alison Fung, with Dr. Guanghai Wang, Clinical Psychologist and Sleep Specialist and Lei Jin, Educational Psychologist.   Most children these days are growing up surrounded by technology, with parents documenting their baby’s first steps on smartphone cameras from day one and later enjoying … Continued

Common Emotional and Relationship Issues for Today’s Woman

Common Emotional and Relationship Issues for Today’s Woman By Bibiana Rueda Bueno, Holistic Psychologist The devaluation of the feminine energy and our attempts to fit into roles assigned by society and others plays a part in many of the emotional and relationship issues women face today. Understanding how these issues are affect our lives and … Continued

When enough is enough

  When Enough is Enough by Shirani Alfreds It is time to ‘fess up. At least for me. I need to take a chill pill.  I’ve been running around in circles the past few months, unsatisfied with certain aspects of my older daughter’s schooling system. So, it was time to either fix the situation or take … Continued