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Invitation to Participate in a Research Survey

21/02/2016 @ 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

  • What are the positive or adaptive parenting practices that contribute to the overall wellbeing of children?
  • Just as there are negative schemas that cause dysfunction, are there positive schemas that promote wellbeing?

The author of Good Enough Parenting, Mr John Philip Louis (Master in Counselling, Monash University), is embarking on a scientific research as part of his PhD to answer these very important questions that will change the lives of many people. He is also developing an empirically validated parenting instrument to help parents recognize their parenting approach and give specific and tangible feedback on how to improve their negative parenting practices.

This research survey is being conducted by HOPE worldwide (Singapore), together with our HOPE worldwide affiliates in Indonesia, Malaysia, Bangladesh and the Philippines.

[Notes to All Participants]

 

We invite any person at least 18 years old, English-conversant, who find the above research objectives meaningful to participate in this survey:

 

Date    :          21 February 2016 (Sunday)

Time   :           2pm-5pm

Venue :           1 Edgefield Walk, Nusantara Room, 2nd flr, Singapore 828850

Or

Date    :           28 February 2016 (Sunday)

Time   :           2pm-5pm

Venue :           1 Edgefield Walk, Nusantara Room, 2nd flr, Singapore 828850

 

*As a token of appreciation, participants will receive a complimentary copy of his Good Enough Parenting book (worth $24).

 

Interested participants can reserve a slot via the form below. For further queries, please call Vida Ortiz at 6312 9671 or email: vida_ortiz@hopewwsea.org.

 

Research Survey Participation Form

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Details

Date:
21/02/2016
Time:
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Venue

Nusantara Room, 2nd Floor
1 Edgefield Walk
Singapore, 828850 Singapore
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6343 8462
Website:
http://seachurchesmedia.org/seachurches/