Pioneer neurotherapist to give talk on psychological disabilities in students

The Center for Student Affairs (CSA) – Office of Student Mentoring, Guidance, and Counseling, in collaboration with the Human Resource Management (HRM), invites all mentors of students, faculty and staff of UA&P to a talk entitled “Managing Students with Psychological Disabilities” by Dr. Leticia Peñano-Ho.

This talk will be held at the Telengtan Hall on February 1 (Wednesday) at 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

The talk will tackle some basic skills in identifying and helping students with psychological disorders (eg. Depression, Anxiety disorder, Bi-polar disorder, etc.) and learning difficulties (Dyslexia, Attention Deficit disorders, etc.) and further, how to refer them for professional help.

Dr. Ho pioneered the use of neurotherapy/neurobiofeedback as an alternative mode of intervention for various developmental and psychiatric disorders. She is president and founder of the Philippine Center for Gifted Education (PCGE), and works as a clinical psychologist and neurotherapist at PSYCHPROS (a private clinic that offers psychological services). She has served as a consultant to several local and international agencies, including DepEd, CHED, ADB, UNESCO, and UNICEF.

Please register here.

For inquiries, please call Mr. James Lactao at local 300.

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