Dr Liang will touch upon genetics, self-esteem and social ability to facilitate a discussion on how to parent, and our own adaptation to parenthood.
Ho-Lan takes a practical approach backed up by research to teach parents how to build a core of resilience in their children.
She will delve into her theory that time should be spent trying to observe, understand and accept our children, and in doing so reveal parts of our true selves.
Dr Ho-Lan Liang is a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist at Great Ormond Street Hospital, with over a decade of experience in child psychiatry practice and research.
She came to the UK from Taiwan aged three and went on to study Medicine and Experimental Psychology at Cambridge.
A mother of two, she blogs about her experiences of parenting at shrinkgrowskids and is the author of “Inside Out Parenting”, which was awarded silver prize for Best Parenting Book of 2017.
Housed in a majestic six-floor Art Deco building in the heart of London’s Fitzrovia, Mortimer House has served as residency to some of the greatest cultural, literary and intellectual figures of the 20th century and now provides a new experience for those who wish to create, work and unwind in equal measure.
Founded upon a philosophy of providing holistic balance in work and life, it is intended to satisfy the needs of both the head and the heart.
Mortimer House is also home to ground floor restaurant Mortimer House Kitchen, serving exceptional Mediterranean cuisine which attendees of the Cerebral Sessions can enjoy before or after classes.