individual psychotherapy

Psychotherapy can improve your quality of life and sense of overall well-being. We encourage you to seek help when you are:

  • Generally feeling low 
    (Negative and critical thinking, depressed mood, sense of futility, lack of direction, low self-esteem)
  • Finding life overwhelming 
    (Highly stressful lifestyles, Increased level of anxiety, having trouble sleeping, poor appetite)
  • Going through a specific crisis 
    (Death, coping with illness, grief & loss, miscarriage)
  • In a life transition 
    (Adolescence, career change, retirement, empty nest, divorce, marriage, re-marriage, new baby)
  • Wanting to improve relationships 
    (Marital conflict, parenting issues, family conflict)
  • Experiencing difficulty overcoming trauma
    (Physical or sexual abuse, tragedy, road accidents)

family therapy

Families can be a great source of comfort, companionship, solidarity and joy. However, families also go through change, conflict and crises. 

Family systems therapy view the family as an emotional unit. Based on Murray Bowen’s family systems theory, it holds that individuals are inseparable from their network of relationships. Family therapy recognizes the power and impact of our most intimate relationships, and aims to nurture change and development in the family as a whole.


Parent-Child Counselling is especially helpful if you are parenting a troubled teenager. If your teenager is disruptive, oppositional or has engaged in self-harming behaviours, you may be going through a challenging, worrying and sometimes distressing time.  If she has been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) or an eating disorder, you might be feeling especially frustrated, angry, helpless and isolated. 

Therapy with your adolescent may be helpful in addressing and resolving:

  • Communication or conflict resolution problems
  • Divorce or separation
  • Bullying
  • Sibling relationships
  • Managing ADHD
  • Managing an eating disorder
  • Times of crisis or change (e.g. Sudden illness, relocation, adoption)


Seeking couples therapy does not necessarily mean that your relationship has serious problems or is heading towards failure.   

We recommend couples therapy not only when experiencing relationship distress or a specific concern, but preventively at times of transition. Therapy can be a positive experience to learn about your partner and nurture your relationship.     

Couples therapy may be right for you and your partner when dealing with the following challenges: 

  • Abuse (including physical, verbal, and emotional)
  • Financial disagreements
  • Illness
  • Infertility
  • Loss of confidence in the relationship
  • Marriage preparation
  • Parenting
  • Times of crisis or change (e.g. new baby, chronic illness, unemployment, moving etc.)



Live video therapy sessions are helpful as a continuation of your treatment, in times of travel or relocation. These services are also beneficial to clients who may not be able to find a suitable therapist in their city. I use a secure video platform to conduct these sessions.

Teletherapy sessions are offered as a package with attractive rates.

Contact us for more details.


When not providing psychotherapy, I enjoy creating and conducting interactive and engaging workshops for organisations. Past clients include: Apple, Bettr Barista, Boeing, Honestbee, SingTel & NUS. Some examples of workshop titles are:

  • Burntout Recovery
  • Navigating Life Transitions
  • Mindful Parenting in Action
  • Understanding Grief & Loss
  • Building safe & inclusive Workplaces
  • Supporting an Employee in need (for managers)
  • Overcoming stress & adversity with Resilience

Please do contact me and I’ll be in touch with you. 

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