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Acorntherapy is a boutique psychotherapy service focused on quality delivery of evidence-based and effective psychological therapy for individuals and couples.
Yi Shing, our Founder, has extensive experience working with people distressed by challenges in life, at work and at home. At the IMH (Institute of Mental Health), Yi Shing worked with adult patients, as well as parents of distressed adolescents in its Child Guidance Clinic.
For individual clients, Yi Shing uses trauma-focused modalities such as EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) to help clients overcome challenges in life, career, and mental health conditions.
Yi Shing is a lifelong learner on a constant quest for treatment that is more efficacious, safe, and produces sustained healing for clients.
Yi Shing believes the more safely and efficiently we are able to treat mental health complaints, the better we are at alleviating misery of the sufferers and their families, and at reducing the period of affliction. That will in turn contribute to greater mental wellbeing and resilience of the community.
Yi Shing also works with couples in relationship and marriage therapy using Gottman Method Couples Therapy, to guide couples to repair their relationship, navigate conflicts, and to re-bond.
Our major therapeutic approaches include EMDR, DBT [Dialectical Behavioral Therapy], Gottman Method Couples Therapy.
Please visit our website to read more about us and our services: https://acorntherapy.sg
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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
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Incontact Counselling & Training service in Singapore has a simple mission: to empower people in need towards growth, development, and positive change. Spearheaded by two psychotherapists, what sets Incontact apart is the diversity of our experience. Our practice is thoroughly multicultural and rooted in grassroots community care due to our experience and engagement with the local community services and welfare organisations. With reciprocity in mind, Incontact has scaled its practice to work with individuals, couples, and families in private settings as well as multinational companies. We believe implementing solid mental hygiene is imperative for individuals and the community at large. However, there is no rigid structure or one-size-fits-all approach to mental health. So, our psychotherapists tailor a solution that considers circumstances, whether you’re in an individual counselling session or a mental health webinar. The team is also trained in a vast array of skills in multiple languages, providing a safe space to land for individuals and organisations alike. To date, Incontact has helped clientele with social issues, workplace problems, mental health issues, LGBTQIA+ struggles, trauma, sexual assault and more.
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.
Sheryl Bathman is a professional counselor and psychotherapist, who has worked with the local, expatriate, and corporate communities in Singapore for nearly 20 years. She has expertise working with individuals and couples from a wide range of cultures. Sheryl aims to empower her clients by increasing insight and awareness and to equip them with the tools they need to meet life’s challenges. Sheryl is Australian and received her master’s degree in Counseling in 2003. In 2010, she pioneered the teaching in Singapore of the renowned, evidence-based Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program. Sheryl is recognized as a qualified teacher of: MBSR by The Center for Mindfulness, University of Massachusetts Medical School and the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program by UCSD.