87 Science Park Drive, #03-01 The Science Hub, Singapore 118260 Directions
Misunderstood, Feel Anxious, Overwhelmed, Depressed, Stressed, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Trauma, Self-Harm, Addiction, Feel Lost, Borderline Personality Disorder, Weight Loss, Couples Counselling, Cognitive Behaviour, DBT Therapy, Feel Lost or Misunderstood, Dealing with the Aftermath of an Affair, Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing
The Counsellors in Ayer Rajah offers the best expat psychological services, child psychology, family counselling support and assistance. Their team of Psychologists work together to provide non-judgemental, discrete, empathic, professional support, whatever your situation is complicated or anything. They have experience with a diverse range of clients and their experiences, providing confidentiality and a client-centred approach to all. The Counsellors can support anyone who is struggling with a problem, family history, and any manner of relationship concerns. Skype session is available.
Price: Standard 50 minute session $190
Gottman 90 minute Couples Assessment Session $290
Emergency out of hours session at The Counsellors $220
Emergency out of hours services offsite $300
Skype Sessions $190
Home/School/Hospital Visits $300
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FAMILY SUPPORT OUTSIDE SCHOOL
87 Science Park Drive, Oasis #03-01, Singapore 118260 DirectionsSince 2004
Family Issues, Sibling Rivalry, Divorce, Parental Conflict, Death, Re-Settling, Homework, Organization in Self-Care Routines, Adoption, Self Issues, Anxiety, Sleep Issues, Anger, Aggression and Violence, Depression, Family Therapy, Youth Counseling, Cognitive Behavioural, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy & Coaching
Family Support Outside School helps children from preschool age and up with relationships and behavioural issues with family, school, caregivers and peers. Katy has been operating groups for 7-8 years. The team is supporting children with and without diagnostic labels and concentrating on increasing competency in a child’s social or emotional coping. The group is collectively working to generate activities and games, and group discussions assist them to notice communications and attitudes that are helpful, as well as behaviours.