Sessions are available face to face, via video calls or phone calls.
We focus on personalising our sessions to your needs. Through our partnership with you, we aim to provide the best customised service to achieve your goals.
Therapy will begin with your psychologist finding out information from you to better understand your presenting problems. This involves questions about your background and past experiences, as well as current situation. Goals for therapy and a tentative treatment plan will then be discussed and agreed.
You will find therapy most helpful if you maintain an open mind to learn new approaches. It is also helpful if you have open communication with your psychologist. This includes letting your psychologist know when there are changes in your life events or therapy goals, or when you are in doubt about strategies taught.
It is also important for you to find time outside therapy to regularly apply the skills learnt, and put in place strategies or plans discussed in session. This will enable you to benefit most from therapy.
The number of therapy sessions required varies from person to person. This depends on your presenting problems, as well as your goals for therapy. More often than not, more than one session is required, especially when the problem has been present for a period of time. Usually, the first session will be focused on developing a joint understanding of the presenting problem, and a number of sessions will be required over weeks/months. Your psychologist will discuss this further with you during the first session.
We accept cash, bank transfer, PayNow or PayLah.
Our therapy sessions usually take 1 hour for the initial consultation, and subsequent sessions will be 50 minutes each. You can request for a longer session in the scenario where you will like to have more time.
The main difference is that a psychiatrist is a medical doctor who can prescribe medication for psychological problems, while a psychologist supports and guides an individual to better handle the psychological problems faced, e.g. through new coping strategies. As psychologists, we cannot prescribe medication.