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Same but Different – Understanding the Needs and Challenges of Individuals with ASD for Partnership and Support On 27th and 28th of June 2018, Kin & KiDs Marriage, Family and Child Therapy Centered was very honoured to be invited by Project Differently-Abled (DA) by Gamuda Berhad ( to conduct a two-day workshop named “Same but Different – Understanding the Needs and Challenges of Individuals with ASD for Partnership and Support”. Project Differently-Abled (DA) by Gamuda
Undergraduate Intern wanted!   Are you currently pursuing your undergraduate degree? Would you like a first-hand experience of the daily activities in a private practice? Considering an undergraduate internship at KIN & KiDS?  Kin & Kids has a vacancy for an undergraduate internship position. Interested candidates must have a GPA of at least 3.3 and be willing to work flexible hours, including on Saturdays, up to 35 hours a week and work for a minimum
Support Group for Parents with Adolescents     A project of KIN & KiDS Marriage, Family and Child Therapy Center An 8-week experiential group where a small group of parents come together in a safe environment to explore the issues they experience with teenagers and to help each other to be better parents for the people they love.  The group leader will facilitate a dynamic group process for participants to learn and share their experiences therapeutically.
Good night, sleep tight… but I just can’t! By: Lee Sook Huey   Having a peaceful and easy sleep can be deeply satisfying. Unfortunately, one tenth of us suffer from insomnia, a condition characterized by difficulty falling or staying asleep. While most of us have experience days of poor sleep due to anticipation of exciting events or occasional stressful periods, we will usually be able to adapt to these situations within 2 weeks. When the
“Mummy, I don’t want to go to school…” By Frances Lim   A plea I made back when I was four years old as I refused to go to kindergarten. Bullied by classmates, the new environment created too much anxiety for me to bear. I remember waking up in the morning dreading to go to school and vomiting in trepidation whenever my appeal to not go to school was denied. After two weeks, I dropped