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#04-01B Tanglin Shopping Centre
Coping with disabilities Disabled, Depression, Anxiety, Communication, Conflict Management, Stress and Anger Management, Relationship Management
Counselling and psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families who are facing emotional, psychological, interpersonal and marital issues.
Areas in which counselling is offered include:
- loss and grief
- eating disorder
- relationship issues
- parenting concerns
- personal growth and healing
1. Assessment of couple relationships using PREPARE/ENRICH inventory
2. Marriage preparation/enrichment workshops
#04-04 MND Building Annexe B
Incontact was formed by a group of psychotherapists and their passion to create a space for a practice, where they can build deep therapeutic relationships that empower clients towards change.
We are bound by root level experience of working within the community and then enlarging our skills to work with both the expat and local community.
Our therapists have experience of working with diverse nationalities and multinational organizations.
We believe in individualized interventions, adopting an integrative and holistic approach incorporating Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, EMDR, Gottman Couples Therapy, Transactional Analysis Techniques and a variety of other evidence based professional techniques.
In all that we do, our core is to establish an alliance with the client, that is safe, productive and attuned.
Joyce and her team of counsellors have been in practice since 2006 with 12 years of experience as a psychotherapist and trainer. She has a Master's Degree in Counselling and is a Registered Counsellor and Clinical Supervisor with the SAC. She is also the author of " Don't Call Us Crazy, Demystifying Mental Disorders with real life accounts." This book can be found in NLB. Her team has worked with the following groups to effect positive change in their lives.
SAF Counselling Center, Ex-offenders(short term incarceration), parents of residents in Girl's/ Boy's Home, PMETs in various corporate settings as Staff Counsellor, Families dealing with gambling addiction, Expats coping with adjustment issues. Students and various stakeholders in schools as varied as Northlight School and Hwa Chong Institution to undergrad and postgrad students in NTU.