A SAFE PLACE TO HEAL
If you are considering psychological therapy, Singapore Psychologist provides a calm, safe environment where you will be respected and treated by a skilled, qualified professional. Adults, parents, couples and adolescents are welcome.
“I am a warm, authentic person who creates a healing environment by establishing a professional and caring connection with those who choose to work with me. I believe that each person is unique and deserves individual treatment based on research and current knowledge in my field.”
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Stress Management, Relaxation therapy, certified EMDR therapy
- Recovery from Abusive Relationships
- Bereavement and Traumatic loss
- Anxiety and Depression
- Relationship issues, couples, parents, co-workers
- Workplace stress; Anger management coping skills
HOW DO I KNOW IF I NEED THERAPY
The purpose of therapy is to enhance self awareness and create changes that help you improve your outlook on life.
Therapy allows you to identify and understand different ways of thinking, feeling, and acting in order to generate more productive and satisfying ways of being in the world.
The “therapeutic alliance” is a key factor for successful therapy. We collaborate on a single project to achieve the changes you want for yourself and your life.
A fundamental quality of successful therapy is emotional safety. You can be honest about your feelings, fears, and aspirations, without repercussions. The therapist’s professional role includes hearing who you are without moral judgment.
If life is not going well there is often a reason which may be unconscious. If you experience:
– feeling overwhelmed
– lack of focus and concentration
– feeling of malaise
– difficulty sleeping or staying asleep
– excessive guilt or feelings of worthlessness
– marital problems
– drinking to make ourselves feel better
– lack of energy
– poor communication at home or at work
– anxiety attacks or obsessive worry
– nightmares that seem real
– abusive childhood
– workplace stress
– parenthood/step parenthood issues
If you feel that you need someone to help you identify why life is not going well you are welcome to contact US
HOW MAY WE HELP YOU?
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WHAT IS PTSD
PTSD is a response by normal people to an abnormal situation. People who have experienced a life threatening or potentially life threatening event or whose response to sometimes small events cause the brain to respond as if it is in peril. Symptoms then appear from three areas: Re-experiencing, Avoidance and Physiological arousal. These come from a biochemical event that happens in your brain when it feels that your life is in mortal danger called the Flight / Fight Response as well as other biochemical reactions in the brain at the same time.
If the brain is not reassured that it will live by facing the event, serious entrenched symptoms will continue.
– Intrusive, upsetting recollections of the occasion
– Flashbacks (acting or feeling like the occasion is going on once more)
– Nightmares (both of the occasion or of other startling things)
– Feelings of extreme trouble when helped to remember the injury
– Avoiding exercises, spots, considerations, or emotions that help you to remember the injury
– Inability to recall significant parts of the injury
– Loss of enthusiasm for exercises and life as a rule
– Feeling confined from others and sincerely numb
– Sense of a restricted future
– Difficulty falling or staying unconscious
– Irritability or upheavals of outrage
– Difficulty concentrating
– Hypervigilance (on consistent “red alarm”)
– Feeling nervous and effectively alarmed
– Anger and irritability
– Substance abuse
– Depression and feel unhappy
– Suicidal contemplations and emotions
– Feeling estranged and alone
– Feelings of doubt and selling out
– Headaches, stomach issues, chest torment