Posts Tagged ‘Mall of Asia’

Philippine Guidance and Counseling Association’s (PGCA) 53rd Annual Conference: Advocating Change, Healing Lives (May 17-19, 2017)

05/19/2017 Leave a comment

Clockwise: Day 1: Present and accounted for! | Our PGCA Convention Kit includes a sleek black backpack, the convention program and identification card, ball pen, several sheets of paper, and a lanyard. | Photo opportunity with Dr. Joal Reyes.

In an effort to provide the best possible service to patients, I believe that it is the professional responsibility of guidance counselors and psychologists to always update themselves with the latest developments in our field.

This May, the Philippine Guidance and Counseling Association (PGCA) provided practitioners with an opportunity to do just that when they held their 53rd Annual Conference (Theme: Advocating Change, Healing Lives) at the SMX Convention Center in the Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City.

Continuing education

On the third day of the convention, I was able to attend Dr. Jose Alberto Reyes’ very informative talk on Foundational Skills in Conceptualization and Treatment Planning. It is always a treat to sit in any class of Dr. Reyes–my mentor in graduate school–as he is always on top of his game. Read more…


Talk on “A Champion Spirit in Every Child” (Championship DNA)

08/08/2011 Leave a comment

The theme for Superkids 2011 is “Developing the ‘Champion Mindset’ and ‘Creativity’ in every child for the 21st century.”

Potentia, Inc. has invited me to be one of their guest speakers for Super Kids 2011 – Supporting Creative, Learning, Championship Minds on September 16, 2011 at 3:30-4:45 P.M.  The theme of this year’s conference will be on “Developing the ‘Champion Mindset’ and ‘Creativity’ in every child for the 21st century” and my talk will focus on “A Champion Spirit in Every Child.

This two-day event will run from September 16-17, 2011 (8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.) at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia (MOA) Complex, Pasay City, Philippines and caters to parents, teachers, educators, students, and to anyone who works with children.

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