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.
In addition to our counselling services, we offer the latest comprehensive psychological tests for intelligence, autism, ADHD, Dyslexia and other learning disabilities.
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), British Psychological Society (BPS),Singapore Psychological Society (SPS) and The Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC).
We now carry the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second Edition (ADOS-2), which our child psychologist is certified to administer. It is viewed as the "gold standard" for observational assessment of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and provides a highly accurate picture of current symptoms, unaffected by language. It can be used to evaluate almost anyone suspected of having ASD, from 1-year-olds with no speech to adults who are verbally fluent.
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What is Dyslexia?
Dyslexia refers to “a pattern of learning difficulties characterized by problems with accurate or fluent word recognition, poor decoding, and poor spelling abilities” (DSM-5). It is a neurodevelopmental disorder and is characterized by difficulties in phonological awareness, working memory and word retrieval skills. This is likely to cause difficulties with reading comprehension, spelling, writing, gaining automaticity in tasks or the solving of Mathematical problems. No two individuals with dyslexia are likely to have the same profile or present with the same difficulties. Research has shown that there are genetic components to dyslexia and it may occur across a range of intellectual abilities.
It has been a year since the start of the pandemic. “COVID 19” a small minute virus which is not visible to our bare eyes but only breathable to get entangled in our human body has wrecked worldwide havoc.
It has also caused much turbulence in our family relationships. The once stable environment where most adults in the family will go out to work in offices and back only after work has to adapt to a new work arrangement in order to survive this world economically and maintain one’s physical health (to avoid the virus and stay healthy). However, there is a part of us which has been much affected and has come to the forefront since this pandemic i.e. the mental health.
Mental health is defined as the ability to manage how we think, feel, act with respect to daily stresses. It includes psychological, social and emotional health.
Stress is unavoidable in life. You need to set time aside to unwind or your mental and physical health can suffer. Managing stress takes practice and is needed for healthy living.
Ten ways to make it easier: