EXCITING NEWS!!! KIN & KiDS is proud to announce our new official partnership with Malaysian MENSA – the society for gifted individuals (i.e. with an IQ in the top 2% of the population). If you or your child’s teacher are of the view that your child is potentially gifted, you can refer your child for a gifted assessment at KIN & KiDS. Our psychoeducational assessments can be used to apply for membership into Malaysian MENSA.
How Well Are We Adapting? By: Lee Sook Huey Amidst the busyness of surviving and coping with life, let us take a moment to contemplate this question: “How well have I been adapting to this versatile world?” Situations such as the Covid-19 pandemic can be a wake-up call that shakes us out of the illusion of invulnerability and awakens our humility. Nonetheless, there is still a space for us to choose our attitudes and
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 (http://gamuda.com.my/) 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.