PAY ATTENTION, ALEX! (2023)
By Carolyn Kee
Alex has a lively imagination and a rich, vibrant inner world. But sometimes, this gets in the way of real life! Alex's behaviour results in a minefield of failures and mishaps, leaving him upset and confused. Will Alex ever feel normal?
MENTAL HEALTH OF A NATION (2018)
Chapter on "The Growth and Development of the Psychological Services in IMH" by Clare Yeo, Carolyn Kee, Kala Mehrotra, et al
This book is a compilation by local mental health experts on the development of mental health services in Singapore after 1993.
FEELING BLUE (2009)
By Dr Daniel Fung and Carolyn Kee with Dr Rebecca Ang
Growing up is filled with its ups and downs, and what is often deemed as simply "a phase", could involve deeper issues including depression. Depression can affect anyone, and it is a potentially devastating illness that can wreck lives. With their combined years of experience in working with youths and their parents, psychiatrist A/Prof Daniel Fung and psychologists Carolyn Kee and Dr Rebecca Ang address the issue of depression among youths, highlighting the causes, symptoms, treatments and complications in this book.
A PRIMER OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY (2008)
Chapter on "Adolescent Smoking" by Dr Cai Yiming and Carolyn Kee; Chapter on "Psychological Management" by Joyce Leong, Carolyn Kee, Ong Li Min, Ong Lue Ping and Sheila Tan
This unique volume chronicles the combined experiences of a multidisciplinary team on the clinical practice of child and adolescent psychiatry. A culmination of the authors' past 37 years of training medical students and other allied health trainees, this text is designed with the needs of the busy clinician in mind. Its broad coverage of the subject, the use of relevant clinical histories and findings to illustrate key points, as well as discussions on common treatment side effects make it a very helpful and practical book.
SEEING RED (2006)
By Dr Rebecca Ang and Dr Daniel Fung with contributions by Carolyn Kee and Geraldine Wong
Anger can be our friend or enemy. It depends on the way we choose to express it. Knowing how to recognise and express anger appropriately can help us reach our goals, solve problems, handle emergencies and protect our health. This book is an essential resource that offers parents and children effective strategies for managing anger.
PAY ATTENTION, ALEX! (2002)
By Carolyn Kee
Alex has a lively imagination and a rich, vibrant inner world that is unfortunately at odds with the pressing demands of daily life. As he treads through a minefield of failures and mishaps, Alex feels alone in his confusion and despair. His parents too feel lost and finally decide to seek help.
HONG BAO GOES ON A DIET (2002)
By Carolyn Kee and Geraldine Wong
Hong Bao's father was the biggest hippo in the clan. Her entire family was heavily built, with rounded trunks and thick limbs. How she wished she were like her distant cousins, the tall, slender and graceful giraffes. "I'm going on a diet," Hong Bao decided there and then. As she strives to achieve her ideal body shape, Hong Bao learns that losing too much weight can lead to many undesirable consequences. With the help of her family and friends, she finally learns to accept and loves herself just the way she is.
MIND MATTERS (2001)
Chapter on "Adolescence" by Dr Ong Say How and Carolyn Kee
Mind Matters is a comprehensive compilation effort that discusses a myriad of mind-related topics with in-depth analysis and candor. It is the product of many fruitful contributions from a multidisciplinary pool of IMH Personnel.
A card game like no other, Thought Bubbles was created by psychologists to help kids and adults notice and choose their thoughts in a fun and light-hearted way. Its versatility is limited only by your imagination! An excellent resource for therapists and counsellors and a great way for friends and family to bond, this game offers a wonderful platform for growth and learning at all ages.
WHEN MY CHILD DOES NOT DO WELL IN SCHOOL
Singapore Medical Association News, February 2011
ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (Singapore) Review, November 2002
MAKE THE MEDIA WORK FOR YOU
Young Families Magazine, Jan-Feb 2002
ADHD AND BATTERIES
"Being different isn't a bad thing. It means you are brave enough to be yourself." ~ Luna Lovegood, Harry Potter.
This video is inspired by "The Spoon Theory" by Christine Miserandino (2003).
'Hands' by Carolyn Kee is a heuristic approach to solving problems that uses our hands and its different parts to help us to see our situation in a different light, redirect us to what is important and remind us to exercise gentleness and compassion towards ourselves.
THE KEY TO CHANGE
The Know-Want-Can model of change conceptualized by Carolyn Kee explains the process of change in simple terms and engaging graphics so that it can be easily understood by adults and children alike.
THE FIRST THREE YEARS LAST FOREVER
This 2002 production is a parenting guide giving information and practical tips on the interplay between nature and nature in developing a child's potential for the first three years. Produced by the Singapore Paediatric Society in collaboration with Dumex.