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Adolescence is NOT all Sex, Drugs & Rock and Roll


Wed Aug 13 2014, 6:30pm–9:00pm

Where: James Cook University Singapore, 149 Sims Drive, Kallang, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

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  • General Admission: $0.00

Listed by: Marvin

The presentation will provide a general overview of adolescent research accounting for why adolescents do the ‘stupid things’ (as defined by parents and societal standards) despite knowing some of the risks involved (for example, reckless driving, binge drinking, etc). It will also provide a synopsis of how mindfulness-based strategies may moderate these risks.

Dr. Lucy Tan is a Clinical Psychologist and an accredited Clinical Supervisor in Australia. Having trained in Scotland, New Zealand and Australia, she is a consultant in both public and private health industries with clients across the lifespan. Her clinical experience includes medico-legal, mental health and trans-cultural mental health specialities. Dr. Tan has been a recipient of several state, national and international awards. The success of her programme of translational research has won her several coveted awards including The Australia Prime Minister Endeavour Asia Award (2013) and International Conference on Mindfulness (2013), Centre of Mindfulness Research and Practice, University of Bangor, Wales, UK. She is the author of the programme Taming the Adolescent Mind©, using mindfulness-based interventions for adolescents. Her research interests include mindfulness, mind-body science, attention and memory. In her spare time, she enjoys running and plays the Chinese Harp.