June 30, 2020

How to combat a low mood during COVID-19

   Written by Genevieve Kung, Registered Psychologist (Australia) As the number of COVID-19 infections rises across the globe, it is hardly surprising that our mental health has also increasingly taken a toll. Anxieties are elevated as there are many uncertainties at this point, and life as we know it has […]
June 15, 2020

Why do Koreans ask your age?

   Written by Eun Kyng Seo, Ph.D., Licensed Professional Counselor(USA)   The first time I traveled to Hong Kong in 1996, I learned that asking age could be embarrassing in different cultures. In Korean society, age differentiates an individual’s roles and responsibilities, and this generates a rigid hierarchy system in […]
June 1, 2020

Protecting children from detrimental interparental conflict when families separate or divorce

   Written by Hyunjoo Shim, Licensed Clinical Psychologist (USA)   Interparental conflict plays significant roles in the lives of divorced family members, particularly for the child(ren). It is crucial for parents to be aware of the types of conflict and how it impacts child(ren)’s thoughts and feelings, as well as […]
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