“A person’s a person, no matter how small.”
— Dr. Seuss
Last week, my daughter Joelle was married to Wesley in what was to me an unusual circumstance. Usually Asian marriages are large affairs involving hundreds if not thousands of people. The day usually starts with ceremonies involving tea and religious rites followed by the actual ceremony and ends in a large banquet. For Joelle andContinue reading “Welcome to a Wedding in the New Normal”
Many of you may not know that IACAPAP is an 80-year-old association that runs on pure volunteer power until a year ago when we decided to employ some professional help. Our association has been relying on the Presidents and their resources as senior members of the child mental health fraternity. Sometimes we would outsource servicesContinue reading “IACAPAP Blog – 27 Jul 2020”
Today is the day that we originally planned to hold the 24th World Congress in Singapore and our President, the first female president in our history to open the congress. This was disrupted by the COVID 19 pandemic and we are now having a webinar on COVID 19 instead. Although our lives and plans wereContinue reading “IACAPAP Blog – 20 Jul 2020”
Hesham Hamoda, MD, MPHStaff Psychiatrist, Boston Children’s HospitalAssistant Professor, Harvard Medical School Illustrations by: Dr. Serag Eldin Kamel With cases of COVID-19 pandemic being reported by the WHO in 135 countries (likely to further expand), the lives of millions of children around the world have been impacted. Are you feeling overwhelmed by the news? YouContinue reading ““REMEMBER”: Surviving the Pandemic with your Children!”
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