Moving country is often challenging for the whole family. With emotions running high,
many people don’t realise how difficult the move is for each family member until they hit
an emotional speed bump. As a parent, preparing yourself and your family ahead of the
move can make a huge positive difference to you and your children.
If you are;
- Parents with children who plan to leave Singapore as a family;
- Parents with children about to head to university; or
- Families who are new to Singapore and still settling in
Join this interactive keynote to gain powerful knowledge and strategies to support your
family’s emotional resilience for a smoother relocation experience.
- Increase your awareness of the typical challenges faced by expatriate children in
a transition, such as moving to another country
- Learn how to develop an emotionally resilient approach to the challenges of a move
About the speaker:
Dr Sarah Whyte (Consultant, Speaker, Facilitator & ICF Coach)
Through her innovative, research-based hello/goodbye programme, Sarah offers families a practical, powerful framework to support their emotional wellbeing throughout the whole relocation process. With a degree in psychology, a doctorate in education and a deep knowledge of the expatriate experience, Sarah is the leading expert on Third Culture Kids (TCKs) in Asia. She is one of only a handful of people worldwide to hold a doctorate in this field of study. Sarah’s experience extends across her work with a range of organisations in South East Asia, from international schools to banks, insurance and tech companies.
Date: To be announced
Speaker: Dr Sarah Whyte (Consultant, Speaker, Facilitator & ICF Coach)
Time: To be announced
Cost: Complimentary (Light Refreshments Included) Wine available at 6.00 pm
Venue: AAM Advisory, CapitaGreen #06-01, 138 Market Street, Singapore 048946
Due to the current Covid-19 and social distancing measures our seminars are suspended.
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