SYNCroSI Course Founder
Mr. Kim is a master of Canadian occupational therapist, and later served as the co-founder of sensory integration, Dr. Els, to obtain sensory integration therapy training instructor qualifications. He then studied neurodevelopmental therapy (NDT therapy) and obtained qualifications for certified instructors. Kim is an international minority rehabilitation expert who has acquired the qualifications of the above two professional certification instructors at the same time. In turn, Kim continued to delve into higher-level areas of cranial neuropsychology, including attachment-based trauma psychology.
In recent years, Kim has focused on the development of new ways of thinking based on brain neuropsychology, from self-regulation, communication, neurodevelopment and sensory processing to the development and cultivation of children.
Mr. Kim’s teaching experience spans North America, Europe, and Asia, and other parts of the world. Teaching training is not only for professional occupational therapists, physiotherapists, doctors, psychologists, special education teachers, or other professionals. Professional theory learning based on child development or rehabilitation staff and parents of special children.
Ms. Chen is a Registered First Class Practitioner in Hong Kong, a Master of Medical Research, a Master of Buddhist Studies, a Certified Sensory Integrative Assessment Executive in the United States, a Physical and Mental Injury Healer in the United States, an Instructor in the International Baby Infants Massage Association, and an advisor and recognizer in DISC behavioral personality analysis. He is the founder of heart therapy and static therapy.
After graduating from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in the early years, Ms. Chen once worked at the Hong Kong Government Hospital, an early non-profit intervention unit, and taught children's occupational therapy at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 1990. Since 1993, she has served as a child development consultant for Hong Kong.
Mr. Chen, who has more than 30 years of clinical treatment experience, has been specializing in the development of clinical treatment and treatment supervision for children with different symptoms (autism, learning disabilities, sensory-induced dysthymia, developmental delay, lack of transfusion, and hyperactivity). Teacher and parent training.
Professor Phil Ellis has been a Principal Investigator and Senior Lecturer at Warwick University since the 1990s. Since 2000, he has been Professor of Music at the University of Sunderland, UK. Professor Phil Ellis is a renowned international electro-acoustic composer and researcher and developer of electronic music education and music therapy. He is the former Chairman of the International Council of Music Education (ISME) Special Music Education, Music Therapy and Music Medical Committee.
Since 1998, he has participated in the research and development of several European IST projects. Prof. Phil. Ellis has been focusing on research and development since the past and has dealt with iMUSE for children with special needs and elderly people in need of long-term care. Prof. Ellis once came to China in 2013 to speak on voice therapy related courses in Guangzhou and Xi’an.