In this essay we engage the sociology of knowledge to identify a host of critical and challenging questions to be addressed by the coach--and the coach's clients.
Selvakumar Simon was born in Singapore. He completed his undergraduate in communication studies from Charles Sturt University, Australia. He worked in non-governmental and governmental organisations in various capacity and was involved in globe events such as the WTO summit. He completed his graduate studies in social work through a Mid-career sponsorship by the government. He achieved his Master in Social Work in 2015 from Unisim, Singapore. He currently volunteers in a schools advisory committee and sits on the board of the restroom association in Singapore. Additionally, he supports social causes in the community through grassroots involvement. He has won numerus accolades and it includes being an Aspirational Pillar of Society in 2014. He began studying for Doctorate in Clinical Psychology focusing on Group psychotherapy offered by the Professional School of Psychology.
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