A LIFETIME OF CHANGE, A LIFETIME OF CARE
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The Center For Psychology is EXPEMPT from closing during Circuit Breaker. Please let us know if you need help.
We're here to help you deal with your everyday stresses and problems in a safe, comfortable, and private environment, regardless of race, gender, or religious preferences. Our caring and experienced psychologists, counsellors, and family therapists provide professional services for individuals, families, couples and groups with varied concerns.
We adhere strictly to the professional and ethical standards set forth by the American Psychological Association (APA), American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT),Singapore Psychological Society (SPS) and The Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC). We hope this website provides you with useful information on the wide range of services we provide.
Please feel free to contact us for further information.
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When to get help
Typical Reactions to Crisis
• Forgetfulness • Difficulty in making decisions • Poor concentration • Nightmares • Confusion • “Flashbacks” or crisis • Self-doubt
• Tiredness or loss of energy • Body aches and pain • Breathing difficulties • Rapid heart beat • Choking in the throat/chest • Sweating or chills • Dizziness • Muscular tension • Trembling • Distress, nausea, vomiting • Headaches and/or back pain • Change in sexual interest • Menstrual disturbance
• Changes in activity level • Social withdrawal or isolation • Restlessness, agitation or pacing • Eating or appetite changes • Sleep disturbance/insomnia • Increased use of alcohol or drugs • Inability to relax
• Shock or denial • Sadness/grief - for deaths and losses experienced - which leads to sudden crying which takes you or others by surprise • Anger or irritability - at what has happened, at whoever has caused it or allowed it to happen - at the injustice and senselessness of it all - at the shame and indignities - at the lack of proper understanding by others, and of their inefficiencies • Feeling of hopelessness • Depression • Fear and anxiety - of breaking down or losing control - of similar event happening again - of being left alone - of sudden noise • Avoidance - of thoughts, feelings, or conversations associated with the crisis - of activities, places, or people that arouse recollections of the crisis • Shame - for having been exposed as helpless and emotionally dependent - for not having done as one would have wished • Mood changes • Numbness - everything seems unreal, like a dream and that the event has not really happened • Guilt - for surviving, for being alive, for still having material things - for things not said or done • Disappointment - for all the plans that are now spoilt • Intrusive memories - of the crisis which are repeated, intrusive and distressing
Remember, you are not alone.
• Recognise and accept your feelings as normal responses to extreme circumstances. • Reach out and make contact with others. • Express your emotions - talk with friends and loved ones or keep a diary to help in the process. • Allow yourself to mourn. You have the right to grieve this loss. Remember, crying can give relief. • Express your emotions appropriately. • Keep life as normal as possible after the acute grief - get back to your daily routine • Get extra rest and set aside time to relax. • Breathe slowly, deeply, and well. Relaxation begins with slow, deep breathing from your diaphragm. • Eat regular balanced meals even if you don’t feel hungry. • Get active. Exercise or participate in some regular physical activity. • Be more careful around the home and on the road. • Allow children to share in your grief. • Let children talk about their emotions and express themselves through games and drawings.
• Bottle up your feelings. • Avoid talking about what has happened or what you are going through. • Make major decisions or changes in your life. • Depend on alcohol or drugs. • Expect the memories to go away – they may stay with you for a long time to come. • Forget that children experience similar feelings.
Please do not hesitate to call us at 6733 2893, https://wa.me/6591257559 or email email@example.com
News & Announcements
DEALING WITH INFIDELITY THE RIGHT WAY
Not all infidelities or affairs will end a relationship
In fact most couples who have been affected by infidelity continue to reclaim their affection and commitment to each other after being in therapy with us. They rebuilt their trust, worked on forgiveness, renewed their committment, and developed greater appreciation for each other. We have counselled over 450 couples who struggled with infidelity and true to clinical research, most one-time or first-time infidelity affected couples do have a very good chance of putting their relationship back together with professional help. Therefore, do not throw your relationship away so quickly.
Give us a call at 6733 2893.
SEX ADDICTION IS NOT ABOUT SEX, ITS ABOUT ADDICTION
Sex addiction comes in all shapes and forms. What it does to an individual is more crucial than what it is. Its effects can be slow and profound. You live with unresolved shame and endless guilt. You live a double life. It is a soul-killing disease. It eats away your soul. It will strip you of your dignity and self-confidence till you STOP. We have worked with hundreds of individuals who eventually regain their life, dignity and relationships. Therefore, it can be done but you cannot do it alone.
For articles on sexual addiction and infidelity, please see Press & Media.
The Center for Psychology
491B River Valley Road
#04-01 Valley Point Office Tower
Tel: (+65) 6733 2893, Fax: (+65) 6733 4890
By appointment only
Monday to Friday: 10.00am to 6.00pm
Saturday: 9.00am to 3.00pm
- Orchard MRT, Redhill MRT or Tiong Bahru MRT
Bus Stop number: 13059 (Valley Point)
13051 (Opposite Valley Point)
Bus No.: 14, 32, 65, 139, 970