Fellowship of Christian Care Professionals (FCCP)

Date: Thursday, 29 May, 2014
Time: 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Venue: 420 North Bridge Road #05-04 North Bridge Centre, Singapore 188727
Theme: Staying Healthy as Christian Care Professionals
Speakers: Facilitators- Charmaine Chee and Kelly Yeo

This is a discussion based session.

Care professionals are in a rewarding and yet risky business. While we are involved with our clients in their journey of self-discovery, growth and healing; the exposure to their painful life experiences may bring about burnout, compassion fatigue or apathy in us. Our mental, emotional, psychological and spiritual health may suffer. Also, as Christians, we enjoy the multiple blessings of God’s presence, guidance, providence, hope, comfort, strength, and wisdom. However, we may neglect our identity as Christians in the demands of our role as care professionals. This short discussion enables us to take a quick glimpse into our well-being and brings up to a deeper understanding of who God is.

Biodata of Facilitators:

Charmaine Chee is a follower of Christ since the age of 14. By God’s grace, she is growing and walking with Him day by day. She is passionate about empowering people to live fulfilling lives in the Lord. Charmaine served as a staff in Hope Church (Singapore) for about 16 years. She was involved in various leadership roles in the pastoral ministries, and led the administration, education, missions and counseling ministries in the church. She has a joint degree of Master of Arts in Practical Theology and Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling from Regent University, USA. In 2010, she was called out to the marketplace and is now serving as a primary school counselor with the Ministry of Education. Charmaine is the newly appointed secretary of Fellowship of Christian Care Professionals (FCCP).

Kelly Yeo is currently working as a clinical psychologist at the Institute of Mental Health, working with children and families with mental health issues. Part of her work involves working closely with school counselors to help students manage mental health problems in a community setting. She has a Masters in Clinical Psychology from the University of Melbourne and believes that God has called her to this role in the marketplace to reach out to those afflicted with mental illnesses. She is a member in the Fellowship of Christian Care Professionals (FCCP).


For registration please email to gcfsing@gcf.org.sg or call Simon Chia at tel: 63386283