Our Contributors

Ong Chin Leng, Educator

Chin Leng is an educator and a personal growth architect. His passion lies in transforming lives through holistic person-centric approaches that unleash the best in individuals according to their unique life gifts and circumstances. Drawn by the desire to discover what a flourishing life entails, he pursued a Masters of Applied Positive Psychology in the University of Pennsylvania right after his science undergraduate education. Chin Leng espouses a life mission of “. He does this by combining his life experiences as a practitioner with the science of positive psychology in his teaching and training.


  

Concetta Arnese Aquaro, Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Concetta Arnese Aquaro is well-taught in the area of Health and Sport Psychology and has a licence in Public and Private Practice – National Examination. She is also a member of the Italian Society for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy (SITCC), a scientific and professional non-profit organization with more than 3000 members who are graduates in Medicine or Psychology.


Ray Freeman, Hypno-Psychotherapist

Ray has an honors degree in Psychology and had a long career lecturing in psychology and mental health. He is highly qualified in Psychotherapy, Hypnotherapy, Counselling and Teaching. In addition, Ray is the Chairman and a fellow of the National Council of Psychotherapists.


Dr. Foo Koong Hean, Consultant Psychologist  

Dr Titus Foo has spent many years in the area of psychological studies and teaching. He lectures with The School of Positive Psychology and James Cook University Singapore. Since the start of Positive Psychology Center, he has actively promoted the movement and education of positive psychology in many aspects of life. Dr. Foo was often nominated as a keynote speaker in several positive psychology-related conferences such as Happiness and Its Causes 2009 and Positive Psychology Forum 2010. In addition to his academic work, Titus is an experienced CBT psychotherapist and a facilitator of personal development programmes.


Dr. Marilyn H. Murphy, Senior Psychologist

Dr. Marilyn H. Murphy is a Psychologist with much varied expertise. Her backgrounds of teaching, consulting and training with many diverse groups, ages, and cultures has created in her teaching the kind of synergy that only solid theory and hands-on work 'in the trenches' can provide.She has worked as a licensed psychologist in California for many years, along with teaching psychology courses in many of California's most-respected universities. Dr. Murphy’s many years of experience have focused primarily on consulting and training professionals in the social sciences in both private and public organisations.


Xiaolin Li, Positive Psychology Trainer

Xiaolin believes human connection has the transformative power in all aspects of our lives. She also believes that professionals in any business are most successful, and fulfilled, when they can make the most out of opportunities that are naturally present in any business relationship. As a relationship coach and trainer for almost a decade, Xiaolin have seen and understood both sides: the frustration and challenges of managing differences, and the joy and satisfaction of being seen and understood as fellow human beings to accomplish, together, aspiring goals. Xiaolin brings a humanistic approach that helps professionals to be highly aware of themselves and others, to build value-based relationship intelligence, and to enjoy personal and business success that’s ‘compromise-free’. 


Henrik Kofod-Hansen, Director of Positive Organisational development

Henrik’s passion is to enable people and organizations to be at their best. Through his own personal transformation journey he discovered his love of learning and teaching, deciding to make evidence-based positive organizational psychology the centre of his work. Coming from various senior business leadership roles since 1996, he has gained deep understanding of senior leadership dynamics and mid management challenges, He has since designed, created and led several strategic programs and teams in Asia and Europe.  His motivation is to support professionals in finding new ways to grow and actively develop their mind-sets and behaviours. He is committed to foster positive organisational development approaches, supporting companies’ need to transform their culture and become agile learning organisations. Henrik engages into cognitive and behavioural executive and talent coaching, as-well as company-wide transformational programs, training and facilitation. Henrik’s perspective: “Our work aims at getting the best out of people, not the most. We believe that excellence and well-being come from not squeezing harder, but from learning and unlearning faster”.