Woo Sau Mun
Learning and Behavioural Specialist
MA in Special Needs, Nottingham University
I have worked over 20 years in educational and clinical settings and have helped parents and children with learning and behavioural difficulties that include Autism, ADHD and ODD. My experience includes working with families from many parts of the world such as Malaysia, India, China, Middle East and Europe.
Currently, my work focuses on helping children and adolescents, ages 5-16, with learning and attention issues, and behavioural difficulties. I provide intervention via Skype.
For parents as well as children, I aim to facilitate learning processes that increase understanding, build competence and improve behaviour. Most importantly, I believe positive relationship is key to successful learning.
My approach to intervention is an integration of the following:
Education to provide an understanding of
The interrelated factors that influence learning and behaviour
Learning and behavioural principles that increase potential for learning
Competence building in developing
Behaviour management skills
Positive learning attitudes
Coaching and training parents as coaches in
Developing Executive Function skills
I am a certified teacher of the Incredible Years (IY) School Age Parent Training Program. This is an evidence-based intervention program for parents to address young children behaviour difficulties and to promote their social, emotional competence and learning.