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Successful Career, Successful Parent - Engaging Your Child Through Effective Playing
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When: March 18, 2016
12:30 to 2:00PM
Where: CanChamHK Boardroom
Suite 1301, Kinwick Centre, 32 Hollywood Road
Hong Kong
Contact: Julia Luu

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Successful Career, Successful Parent 
Engaging Your Child Through Effective Playing
Friday, March 18, 2016
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

CanChamHK Boardroom
1301, Kinwick Centre 
32 Hollywood Road
Central, Hong Kong

Members: HK$200
Non-Members: HK$300
(Business lunch provided)
About the Event:
Studies have shown that certain types of “play” can help engage children in learning, influence their motivation to learn, improve self-regulation, and focus their attention. In this seminar, the Canadian Chamber has invited Aisling McDonnell, a certified Play Therapist, to share insights on active parenting particularly through effective playing. This event aims to educate parents on optimal types of interactions and interactions to avoid during playtime. Parents will strengthen their understanding towards the children’s inner world of thinking and expressions through playing. This will allow parents to tailor interactions and activities to their children’s strengths, catapulting them in their future endeavors.
About the Speaker:
Aisling McDonnell
Certified Play Therapist, Baby Steps Limited

Aisling is a cheerful and energetic lady from Ireland; she has been residing in Hong Kong for the last two years. During the years of her studies in Medieval History and English, Aisling discovered her passion and joy working with children and has been since working with them over the last five years. She loves what she does and she finds helping children with their learning process extremely rewarding.

Aisling holds a certification in Play Therapy from the Academy of Play Therapy and Child Psychotherapy (APAC) and a Bachelor of Arts in English and History degrees from University College Cork in Ireland. To advance her career in this field, Aisling received further training in Therapeutic Play, Child Protection, and Special Needs Assistance.


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