Thank you all for joining us at the SPS AGM 2016. This year, we had the privilege of having Prof Michael Power (NUS) as well as Dr Chu Chi Meng (MSF) engage us for our pre AGM talks and we definitely gained from both of them. Thanks to you we had a record turn out and we hope you enjoyed yourself as much as we did.
Here are some highlights from the day’s events!
“Well-Being and Happiness: Beware the Wizard of Pos”
Prof Michael Power (Director Clinical Psychology Programme, NUS)
Michael Power speaking in front of the AGM crowd
Everyone listening attentively 🙂
One of our members asking Prof Michael a very important question.
”Family matters! A tribute to the taxi drivers and their infinite wisdom”
Dr Chu Chi Meng (Deputy Director and Senior Principal Clinical and Forensic Psychologist. Currently heading the Centre for Research on Rehabilitation and Protection as well as the Centre for Evaluation at the Ministry of Social and Family Development, MSF)
Latest research topics on family and parenting!
Dr Chu answering questions from eager members during the break.
Dr Elizabeth Nair receiving her NCSS Long Service Award
Some highlights from SPS Council Updates
SPS President Clare Yeo updating members on the strategic thrusts for the year ahead
Members listening during the AGM
Vice President Jennifer Teoh providing updates on the competency framework for psychologist in Singapore.
Honorary Treasurer Darren Tan accounting for how funds have been used in the previous year
SRP Chair Karen Sik providing updates for both SRP and on behalf of the SPS Membership Chair Dr Monica Walet.
Public Education Chair Nicholas Lim and his team updating members on all events organised in the year 2015 and highlighting upcoming events in 2016 – 2017.
Publicity Chair Dr Cherie Chan giving members updates on SPS website changes as well as the upcoming changes with regards to publicity and profile set ups.
Chatting over food and refreshments
Networking Dinner at Rendezvous Hotel – Straits Cafe
We thank all of you for helping to make this event a successful one and we hope that we can continue to support and serve the community of psychologists in Singapore.
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