Attending a Round Table Discussion  

Centre for Applied Psychology (CAP) was invited by the United National High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Malaysia to attend a refugee teachers' training round table discussion organized by the International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) on 18 January 2020 (Saturday).
CAP chairperson Dr. Gan Su Wan attended the event with Dr. Tan Chee Seng to understand the needs and opinions of refugee teachers.

(from left) Group photo Dr. Gan Su Wan, Ms. Lim Jia Ying (UNHCR officer), and Dr. Tan Chee Seng took a picture at the end of the discussion.

CAP Chairperson enlightens AiFM listeners on grandparents-grandchildren contact

Centre for Applied Psychology Chairperson (CAP) Dr Gan Su Wan was recently invited by AiFM radio station to share her expertise on “Grandparenting and Its Effects on Elderly and Children” at Wisma Radio Angkasapuri, Kuala Lumpur on 28 August 2019.

Shedding light on the reciprocal effects of grandparents-grandchildren contact, the sharing session also saw Dr Gan imparting insightful information on ways to manage the relationship between parents and grandparents.  

See the full news report and the full session for more information.

Recognising your love language

UTAR Master of Psychology Programme Head Tan Soon Aun was invited to share his expertise on “Love Languages” at AiFM radio station, Wisma Radio Angkasapuri, Kuala Lumpur.

The sharing session aimed to enlighten public and community members who have interests in couple relationships. Tan shared his knowledge about Malaysian couple’s well-being and the appropriate adjustments among couples. He explained to listeners that there are five types of love languages, which are words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service and physical touch.

See the full news report and the full session for more information.