In The Media

BabyTalk Malaysia

marriage, counsellor, counselling, psychology, psychologist, family, child, play, sex, therapyCharis Wong is a regular contributor under the “Ask the Experts” section of BabyTalk Malaysia, a monthly magazine providing friendly resource to guide and support expecting and new mothers manage the challenges of the most life-changing events in their life – motherhoods.  It offers the right balance of expert advice and real-life stories to inform, encourage and involve mothers stage-by-stage from pregnancy to parenthood.

 World Contraceptive Day

The World Contraceptive Day project is an initiative which aims to encourage young people to take responsibility for contraception, to prevent an unplanned pregnancy or sexually transmitted disease.  Every year, a research team  collects data from youths between 15 to 19-year-olds around the world for a media report on responsible contraception.  Charis has been contributing her insights on the results obtained from the Asia Pacific.  How are our youths today responding to responsible contraception?  Do we really need sex education?  Read on.

World Contraceptive Day Media Report 2011

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 World Contraceptive Day Media Report 2010

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