Titus Foo (Dr)
Qualification : (Doctorate in Psychology)
Category : Mental Wellness Coach
Country Located: New Zealand
Experience: 20 Years
Languages known: English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien
Dr. Titus Foo is a private practitioner, and an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at James Cook University. He is an advocate for parenting, and intercultural psychology. He has been helping people from all walks of life with mental health issues beyond themselves. And now, also for people who need coaching in their lives. His experiences include working with people with: depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive behaviours, etc.; and problematic or broken relationships, drug and alcohol abuse, boredom, wanting to be happier or smarter, and parenting issues; or just wanting to have a chat.
He has written several books and scholarly articles on Psychology. To mention just a few:
First Class Behaviours for First World Nations. Public behaviour in Singapore
Asia-Pacific Perspectives on Intercultural Psychology
On the topic of parenting, he says for many, traditional parenting is not working. “The world is so complex today compared with the past. There are dangers as well as opportunities out there. So what is the best parenting style to ensure your child doesn’t turn into a brat?” Through his research, Dr Foo believes the solution to today’s parenting problems can be found in what he calls ‘negotiation parenting’, a parenting style he has designed. “Negotiation parenting is about making decisions that will help nurture and develop your children.”
Dr Foo lectured psychology at James Cook University’s Singapore campus. He is a Senior Consultant Psychologist at The School of Positive Psychology, Singapore (since 2007). He has been a Consultant Psychologist with healthymindonline.com (since 2016).
He has a PhD in Psychology and a Post-graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. He has extensive experience in practicing psychotherapy and counselling.
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