A Conversation with... Prakash Ravindran, Clinical Psychologist




A Conversation with... Prakash Ravindran, Clinical Psychologist
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Community & Charity Parent Partnership

Following our first event when we hosted Dr Gerard Calnin, we have invited Prakash Ravindran, a Clinical Psychologist from Kuala Lumpur to join our next parent conversation. Prakash leads Oasis Placeโ€™s Social Thinking and Malaysia Day Camp and also plans and facilitates social communication sessions across age groups. Prakash is registered with the Malaysia Society of Clinical Psychology (MSCP) and he will be sharing evidence-based practical tips on guiding young people to become confident and successful. Spaces are limited so please click here to reserve your space.

This session will start with a conversation hosted by our Head of School, Sian May and then we will move into questions from our parent audience.

PrakashGuest: Prakash Ravindran, Clinical Psychologist
Theme: Guiding young people to become confident and successful
Date: 23rd November, 2022
Time: 8:30 - 9:30 am with a coffee meet and greet at 8am
Venue: 6th Form Lecture Theatre, The Alice Smith School, Secondary Campus

Prakash is a Clinical Psychologist from Kuala Lumpur with an undergraduate degree in Psychology (BSc Hons) and Masters of Clinical Psychology from HELP University. He is also an experienced fitness trainer and applies his expertise to help children with special needs through physical therapy.

Prakash is well versed in the diagnostic tools needed in assessing, reporting, diagnosing and treating children with developmental conditions such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD and other learning disabilities. He is also attending training in sensory integration and social thinking and incorporates these practices into his work. Prakash leads Oasis Placeโ€™s Social Thinking and Malaysia Day Camp and also plans and facilitates social communication sessions across age groups. Prakash conducts workshops, trainings and has been a guest speaker on radio stations like BFM. Prakash is registered with the Malaysia Society of Clinical Psychology (MSCP) and is proficient in English and Malay.

Missed October's A Conversation with...

If you missed our first session with Dr. Gerard's you can watch back on our YouTube Channel.