Missed one of CPH’s clinical seminars and workshops? You can view them here.

1. Working with Anxiety in Children with Special Needs 

Did you know that in the Early Renaissance Period, highly anxious women were thought to be witches? In CPH’s 3rd clinical seminar on 29 July 2016 – Working with Anxiety in Children with Special Needs, Mr Siva Penchaliah shared with participants about the history and subtypes of anxiety disorders, how anxiety presents in children, and key factors to consider in assessment and treatment planning for children with anxiety. View it here or download it here.


2. The Importance of Play

CPH held it’s last clinical seminar for the year on 30 September 2016, on The Importance of Play! Dr Melanie Chan shared that play is culture specific, and is important for a child’s social, emotional, cognitive and physical development. So how do we support children with special needs in their play skills? By starting at the play stage they are in, scaffolding them or using technology to engage them! View it here or download Part I and Part II here.