Practice Categories: In-Person Therapy Practice and Online TherapyPractice Tags: adolescent therapy, adult therapy, anxiety, career direction, coping with emotions, couple work, depression, existential issues, expatriate transition, finding life direction, grief and loss, marital therapy, mental health due to medical conditions, mood difficulties, obsessive-compulsive disorder, relationship difficulties, strength-based approach, stress, women's mental health, and work stress
Hi there! It is great to e-meet you! I am Eunice Seah, and I am a Clinical Psychologist by training. Having had close to 17 years of clinical experiences across public and private healthcare sectors, local and international schools as well as the forensic systems in Singapore, I had worked with children, youths and adults through conducting psychological assessments and group therapy.
I currently work with pre-teen children (around 11 to 12 years old), adolescents as well as with their families, adult individuals and couples through therapy. Based on my brand of practice, I strongly believe that clients have their strengths and capabilities (sometimes hidden) to make the differences they hope to see in their lives. As a therapist, I complement the clients by playing the role of a coach or facilitator who works alongside each client to facilitate the areas of skills that require development, while being curious towards the client’s existing strengths and ideas that they bring towards their healing and growth. In the process, I work towards awakening each individual’s best hopes for their lives, self-discovery, values and strengths to help them work towards their desired lives, as a result of working on their challenges in therapy. In advocating for the uniqueness of individuals, I also respect the preciousness of cultural diversity among and within the various local ethnic communities, international communities, down to the uniqueness of each family culture in the larger Singapore community.
In line with attuning to the uniqueness of each client and his/her circumstances, I co-construct with each client the therapy goal and the therapeutic journey by listening to their needs and customising the steps of therapy by drawing on a mix of evidence-based therapeutic approaches as well practice-based evidence (i.e. gathering client feedback, observing their progress on therapeutic interventions used).
For those of you who are interested in the types of therapeutic approaches that I use, they are as follows:
-Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
-Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
-Systemic therapy approach
-Mindfulness based interventions
-Creative and expressive therapies
-Solution-focused brief therapy approach
-Gottman Approach for Couple Work
My areas of clinical interest include but are not limited (constantly growing!) to:
-Mood difficulties (e.g. low mood, high levels of anxiety, difficulties with understanding or coping with emotions; school refusal)
-Adjustment and transitions
-Coping with stress (e.g. work, studies, interpersonal difficulties)
-Women’s mental health
-Enhancing mental wellness and purposefulness of life (e.g. exploring life direction, career direction; “clash” between what the individual does day to day and what he/she values)
-Grief (e.g. death of loved ones; loss of role, duties, or responsibilities due to various reasons such as illness, transitions)
-Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
-Irritable Bowel Syndrome and impact on psychological health/daily functioning
-Pain and Wellness
**Note: Please email to ask questions about your areas of concern that you are considering to address in therapy, including if these do not fall within the above-listed “Areas of Interest”. We can address these questions through email or arrange for a free online consult (20 -30 minutes).
- CredentialsMaster of Psychology (Clinical), Registered Psychologist of the Singapore Psychological Society
- Address79 Anson Road #22-01 Core Collective Singapore 079906
- More InfoClient Focus:
- Couples Therapy
- Elders (65+)
- Anger Management
- Behavioral Issues
- Bipolar Disorder
- Career Counseling
- Caregiver Stress
- Child or Adolescent
- Coping Skills
- Emotional Disturbance
- Life Transitions
- Relationship Issues
- Self Esteem
- Sleep or Insomnia
- Suicidal Ideation
- Work Stress
Nationality: SingaporeanAccepts insurance: no
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