Cheong Mun YeeCounselor
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.