We work with clients to address a number of topics and counselling issues.
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.Pregnancy and parenting can be a time of great joy and excitement, but it can also be a time of stress, anxiety, and uncertainty.
If you are struggling with any of the challenges that come with pregnancy or parenting, therapy can provide support and guidance.
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) refer to a range of stressful or traumatic events that occur during childhood. These can include physical, emotional, or sexual abuse, neglect, household dysfunction, or witnessing domestic violence. The cumulative impact of ACEs can significantly influence an individual …
(Include Couple Counselling For Pre-Marital, Marriage Preparation And Marital Issues)
Are you struggling in your relationship? If so, you’re not alone. Many couples experience problems in their relationships every year. If you are ready to take the next step in improving your relationship, then read on
Stress and Burnout Recovery
Are you stressed or burnout?
Find out on this quiz
Burnout and stress are everywhere and at all-time highs. Rising cost of living, uncertain future and finances top the stress factors in Singapore. These added impact parents and caregivers too.
It is important that we are able to re-focus on ourselves, if not take time for self-care to prevent stress from stemming into habitual burnout.
Intense fear and worries about being judged, embarrassed, or rejected can lead to significant impact on one’s day -to-day and life. Counselling can help, along with strategies like relaxation techniques like deep breathing and meditation, and reframing and challenging negative thoughts about social interactions.
Mental Health and Wellness
Stress, Depression (including Major Depressive Disorder and Dysthymia) and Anxiety
In 2019, 1 in every 8 people, or 970 million people around the world were living with a mental disorder, with anxiety and depressive disorders …
Emotional Eating and Disorders
Emotional eating (also known as stress eating) is a common maladaptive behaviour that people use to cope with stress, anxiety, and boredom. When we eat emotionally, we’re not actually hungry. We’re using food to numb our emotions or to avoid dealing with difficult feelings.
If you often feel incompetent, unloved, or inadequate, consistently afraid about making mistakes or letting other people down, know that it can be improved …
Abuse & Violence
Bullying is a pervasive and concerning issue that affects children globally, and Singapore is no exception
Loss & Grief Healing
The pain of loss can feel overwhelming. There are healthy ways to cope with your grief towards healing. ..
Feel safe, and heal from trauma so you can live a meaningful life, the life that’s meant for you …
Have questions about our services or how it works?
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