Psychotherapy and Counselling
Individual therapy (also called psychotherapy or counselling) if offered to adolescents and adults. It is a process where clients work one-on-one with their psychologist to explore their feelings, beliefs, or behaviours, thoughts, challenging experiences, identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change, improve their understanding themselves and others, goal setting, and work toward change. People seek therapy for a variety of reasons, from coping with major life challenges, childhood trauma, dealing with depression or anxiety, personal development and increased self-awareness.
Couple's therapy involves the quality of the relationship between two individuals identifying as a couple through a romantic relationship (including marriage). The focus is on the relational patterns and the challenges. Individual consultations with each partner would take place before entering into the collective therapeutic space. The goal is to to create a space to resolve challenges in an adaptive way by dealing with complex feelings that accumulated over time.
Group psychotherapy is a form of psychotherapy where one or more therapists work with a small group of clients as a group. Individuals are able to learn about communication, interactional patterns, and interpersonal style that they may be unware of within the social environment of the group. The group setting provides individuals with opportunities for learning more effective coping strategies, which is facilitated by safety and privacy of the group, and the facilitation of the therapist.
Workshops and mental health awareness sessions are offered to strengthen mental health within different settings from children, parents to corporates. Please contact us for enquiries.
All of our sessions are available online