Eng Chuan believes that everyone has the innate capacity to overcome struggles in their life. His role as a psychologist is to be the catalyst to bring forth this resource from within. He adopts a non-judgmental approach.
Grace is guided by Emotion Focused Therapy and Internal Family Systems in her work. She believes that emotions are healthy and naturally occurring responses to the external environment. By being attuned to our emotions and bodily responses, we will be able to harness the rich information to meet our needs and lead a fulfilling life. Grace inspires to provide a safe therapeutic space and help her clients learn to befriend their inner voices/parts so that they can accept and embrace themselves with much kindness and compassion.
Henry believes that every individual is a gem. He adopts a “process experiential” approach, helping individuals access the treasure trove of qualities and abilities within them. This is so that they can manage their struggles, and live the life they rightfully deserve. Henry believes that psychotherapy is not just about learning coping skills to overcome the struggles in life. He strives to provide a curative space and working partnership to empower individuals to be who they are meant to be.
To Lina, engaging in psychotherapy is a sacred and healing journey. It is a journey of self-discovery and soul-searching, with the ultimate aim of cultivating wisdom and self-compassion. Her greatest passion is to help her clients never again be a victim of their circumstances but to begin a life with full autonomy and self-empowerment. As she believes each individual is unique, her therapeutic orientations include a personalised evidence-based approaches based on Emotion-focused Therapy (EFT), Choice Theory Reality Therapy (CTRT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR). As a qualified yoga teacher, Lina also incorporates body (somatic) movements in her practice that focuses on interoceptive awareness with the aim of self-regulation and creating safety in the body.