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"Every emotional experience that you have, is meant to help you grow closer to your real self. Accept the experience and have fun. :)"

Khor Hui Yin

Counsellor

Therapy Philosophy

Hui Yin values every human experience. She is guided by Emotion-Focused Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She believes that we feel our emotions and then form thoughts that guide our perceptions. Our emotions provide important information about our needs to move us forward in life. Hui Yin offers a compassionate stance on the struggles of her clients. Such compassion allows her clients to better understand their situation and be more accepting of themselves. At times, she might gently challenge her clients beyond their comfort for an effective change.

Professional Education & Credentials

Hui Yin started her career in 2014 at a mental health rehabilitation centre. There she provided case management, psychoeducation and facilitated support groups. She worked at the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) and a private psychiatric clinic specialising in addiction. The addiction problems included; gambling, gaming, alcohol, pornography, and substance use. She also supports couples and families who experienced struggles in understanding and communicating with their loved ones on addiction issues. She works with individuals with mental health issues such as depression, anxiety and panic attack.

Hui Yin completed her Masters in Arts (Counselling & Guidance) at National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University. She is a registered counsellor with the Singapore Association for Counselling. She is also a Certified Gambling Addiction Counsellor with the Association of Professionals Specialising in Addiction Counselling, Singapore.

As a Person

Hui Yin enjoys introspection, reading, meditation and spending time with family and friends. She also challenges her limits by attempting long distance cycling and camping. She has a dream to undertake a solo cycling trip in a north-south transverse through peninsular Malaysia.