Dr. Christopher Fong, Clinical Psychologist
Dr Christopher Fong is a prolific Faculty. Previously an international multi award winning orchestra conductor before embarking on a second career in psychological studies. As a Leadership Consultant, Christopher brings leadership from the concert hall to the boardroom with an impressive and successful track record of personal and professional achievements. Chris has an extensive speaking career, travelling the world lecturing to organizations on organisational change and development. He has a strong passion to grow and work with young, dynamic and entrepreneurial leaders from SMEs to large MNCs. A strong advocate of work life integration, he continues to pursue his passion by accepting international and local invitations to conduct symphony orchestras and conduct leadership programs with them.
Approach and Style: A gifted and popular trainer, Christopher is known to his audience as a radical, philosophical speaker. Taking a flexible approach Christopher’s sensitivity and comfortable personality helps him adapts his style to difference audience needs. His soon to be published books “FACTs of LIFE” and “F.A.S.T. FORWARD” will provide a clear and systematic perspective to problem solution and epitomizes his philosophy of choosing to live life to its fullest
Ms Joanna Yeo (MSc Criminology and Criminal Justice, Oxford University)
Ms. Joanna Yeo had worked as a case manager, counselor and programme organizer for inmates and pre-release group counseling, as well as performing case assessment (post-release and environment/financial assessment) at the Kaki Bukit Center (Prison School).
She had also worked with the Ministry of Home Affairs as a Senior Officer (Rehabilitation Officer 1). Her responsibilities included inmate management, Work Release Scheme/Home Detention reports and operations within Housing Units. She also worked with the Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS) Singapore Boys’ Home Rehabilitation officer (Programme & Casework) to counsel, organize and conduct programmes for residents, and to give presentation of cases in Juvenile, Family and Subordinate courts. She had worked at the Singapore Police Force under the Operations, Licensing Department
The program comprises of 6 modules delivered over weekend blocks of classes from 9.00am to 5.00pm in Singapore.
The program emphasis on your ability to develop practical skills in addition to a well-grounded understanding of psychology theory.
Who is this for?
This programme aims to equip you with the foundations of how people think, behave, communicate and interact with one another as part of society. It will also cover the various behavioural methods that psychologists apply in real life setting. Upon graduation, a vast array of exciting career opportunities awaits you in psychology, counselling, marketing, business and academic field.
Minimum 21 years old
Please enquire below for course fees and financial grants: