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FOR CAREERS IN MENTAL HEALTH
Dr Kit S. Ng has 20 over years of clinical experience in the mental health field. For the last decade, he has systematically provided clinical supervision for doctoral and master's level students as well as practitioners in psychology, social work, counselling, school psychology, pastoral counselling, family therapy and other mental health related professions. He holds three approved supervisory statutes in Texas and Florida and is an active Approved Supervisor with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).
His approach to clinical supervision is that of an integrated, multi-dimensional orientation. His background in systems theory, cognitive-behavioral therapy, client-centered therapy, solution-focused therapy, post-modern theories, and psychodynamic therapy will enrich and empower supervisees from different backgrounds and theoretical orientations.
When do you need supervision?
Supervision is most appropriate for the professionals who:
Clinical Supervision can be conducted by:
Supervision is provided individually and lasts 50 minutes. In most cases, individual supervision is provided on a weekly or as-needed basis.
Group supervision is provided for no more that six supervisees. In most cases, group supervision lasts one and a half hours and is conducted on a weekly or as-needed basis.
Unless requested, all supervision is conducted at The Center for Psychology. By special arrangement, supervision can be conducted on-site.
The Center for Psychology
491B River Valley Road
#04-01 Valley Point Office Tower
Tel: (+65) 6733 2893, Fax: (+65) 6733 4890
By appointment only
Monday to Friday: 10.00am to 6.00pm
Saturday: 9.00am to 3.00pm
- Orchard MRT, Redhill MRT or Tiong Bahru MRT
Bus Stop number: 13059 (Valley Point)
13051 (Opposite Valley Point)
Bus No.: 14, 32, 65, 139, 970