Dr. Janice LeeDoctor of Psychology (Clinical), Registered Psychologist, Singapore Psychological Society
Janice is a Registered Psychologist and approved supervisor by the Singapore Psychological Society. She is also an associate member of the Australian Psychological Society and full member of the Singapore Psychological Society. She obtained her Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) at James Cook University, Singapore, Masters of Arts in Applied Psychology from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, and Bachelor of Arts in Disability Studies from Deakin University, Australia. Janice has strong backgrounds in assessment and testing, as well as in counselling individuals.
As a bilingual, Janice can cater to both English- and Mandarin-speaking clients.Book Appointment Read more!
Soak Mun LeeRegistered Clinical Psychologist, Singapore, Australia; Clinical Supervisor, Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency
Soak Mun is a registered Clinical Psychologist in both Singapore and Australia. She is also a Board-Approved Clinical Supervisor with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Soak Mun has more than 12 years of experience providing psychological assessment and therapy for a broad range of counselling and mental health issues.
Soak Mun’s areas of special interests include childhood trauma, complex trauma, post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD), depression, general anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, emotion regulation difficulties, relationship and interpersonal difficulties, stress management, anger management, grief and loss or adjustment issues in relation to chronic health problems, palliative adjustment and issues related to life transitions.
Currently, Soak Mun works primarily with adults and youths, both individually and in groups. She believes in meeting individuals at where they are on their life journey and selecting an approach that best fits their unique needs. Soak Mun holds particular interests in emotional experiential therapeutic approaches, with emphasis in helping individuals reconcile conflicts between how they feel and what they think. Soak Mun has a strength-based perspective, where she aims to help clients explore their strengths to maximise their potential and find meaning in their life and journey.
Soak Mun speaks fluent English and conversational Mandarin.Book Appointment Read more!
Angeline KinArt Therapist & Counselor
Angeline is a registered art therapist with the Australian New Zealand Art Therapists’ Association and is a board member of the Art Therapists’ Association of Singapore. She holds a Masters degree in Art Therapy from LASALLE College of the Arts/ Goldsmiths University, London.
Angeline’s clinical experience includes clients of all ages & backgrounds addressing various emotional, psychological & behavioural challenges: Depression, Anxiety, OCD, Self-Harm, Suicidal Ideation, Grief/Loss, Anger Management, Childhood Abuse, Psychosis, Acute Stress, Trauma & Complex PTSD. Previous internships/volunteer settings included primary schools, Childrens’ homes, SAMH (Singapore Association of Mental Health), Cancer & Palliative settings, Depression & Bipolar support groups & Family Service Centers. In her work with adolescents with trauma (Girls Homes), she facilitated building their experiences of ‘safeness’, creative expression & self-actualisation to activate healing & integration; This work is informed by Traumatology, Trauma Informed Art psychotherapy, Neuroscience, Developmental Psychology, Attachment and the Expressive Therapies Continuum. She has also run various art therapy workshops (Psychoeducational & Support groups) for Stress Management, Trauma Support, Grief Counselling, Single Mothers Support, Youth at Risk and Parenting Teens. She offers counselling and art psychotherapy following an integrative framework tailored to meet each unique client based on: Dynamic (psychodynamic psychotherapy); Cognitive/Behavioural (ACT (Acceptance & Commitment therapy), DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy), Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy, Positive Psychology & Solution Focused Brief Therapy); Relational (Compassion Focused Therapy, Person-Centred Experiential & Existential Well-Being Counselling, Attachment & Emotion Focused Therapy).Book Appointment Read more!
Mun Yee CheongRelationship & Family Counselor
Mun Yee is a member of Singapore Association of Counselling and has worked with clients in the social services sector for the last nine and a half years. She holds a Masters in Counselling and Psychotherapy from Edith Cowan University. Mun Yee is a certified Positive Parenting Programme (Triple P) Trainer from the University of Queensland and a certified Grief Recovery Method Specialist from the Grief Recovery Institute. She is also accredited by Workforce Development Agency Singapore as an Advanced Certificate & Training Assessment (ACTA) trainer, assessor, and developer. As a bilingual, Mun Yee can cater to both English- and Mandarin-speaking clients.
During her years in social services, she has worked and dealt with a wide spectrum of family and relational issues, ranging from husbands and wives with young children who are in the midst of or contemplating divorce, parent-teenager relationship, mental health, and even family violence. Her work is informed by Attachment theory, trauma, grief, Family Therapy, and Emotional Focused Couple Therapy.
Mun Yee has also given talks on parenting skills with various audiences such as parents with teenagers’ behavioural issues and also to divorcing parents facing challenging issues with their children. For the past two years, she has also given several Triple P Parenting Talks to primary and secondary schools parents.
As one with a passion and deep interest in relationship and family life, Mun Yee firmly believes that being self-aware is the starting point for good interpersonal relationships, such as between husband and wife and between parent and child.Book Appointment Read more!
MaryAnne HoSenior Educational Psychologist, Registered Psychologist, Singapore Psychological Society
MaryAnne is a Singapore Registered Psychologist (SRP) and an Approved SRP Supervisor by the Singapore Psychological Society. She obtained her Masters in Arts (Applied Psychology), with specialization in Educational Psychology from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) from Murdoch University, Western Australia.
MaryAnne is a qualified MOE trained teacher and taught for more than 10 years before going on to pursue her interest in psychology. After obtaining her Masters, she worked with children with special needs in the integrated pre-school setting and at a counselling centre. She has worked for more than 10 years at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, in the area of assessment and testing. She worked mostly with children with special needs, such as Autism, intellectual disabilities, learning, behavioural and emotional difficulties; as well as with their families.Book Appointment Read more!
Dr. Ken UngConsulting Psychiatrist
Dr Ken Ung Eng Khean has been practicing since 1988. Before entering private practice in 2003, he was a consultant psychiatrist, Clinical Director and head of the Child and Adolescent Division in the Department of Psychological Medicine at National University Hospital. He also served as a Clinical Senior Lecturer with the Faculty of Medicine at National University of Singapore, and as an Adjunct Associate Professor with the Psychological Studies Academic Group in the National Institute of Education at Nanyang Technological University. He was also a Visiting Consultant with the Department of Psychological Medicine in National University Hospital and the Department of Psychiatry in Singapore General Hospital.Read more!
Dasha brings diverse experience from various fields to the table. Educated as a medical doctor in Russia, she came to Singapore over 12 years ago and since then has run an F&B business, a retail business and was involved in running a healthcare institution. She has a keen interest in psychology in general, marriage and parenting in particular as well as ways to improve the capabilities for studying and learning in kids and adults.Read more!
Leanne WongAssistant Psychologist / Administrative Executive
Leanne is a Psychology and Communication (Summa Cum Laude) graduate from the University at Buffalo, State University of New York. She enjoys working with young children and has a particular interest in learning disorders, mood disorders and grief management. Leanne is also currently a volunteer at the Institute of Mental Health. She intends to pursue a postgraduate degree in Clinical or Educational Psychology.Read more!