Therapy for families

Family therapy is a powerful tool for improving communication, strengthening relationships, and resolving conflicts within families. At its core, family therapy is a collaborative process that empowers all family members to work together towards a common goal: creating a healthy and happy family dynamic.

Our qualified family therapists help family members identify and address issues that are causing tension or conflict. This can include communication breakdowns, parenting challenges, mental health concerns, addiction issues and any difficulties that arise in daily life. Through open and honest communication, family members can gain a better understanding of each other's perspectives, identify and address patterns of interaction that are causing problems, then work together to find effective solutions.

With the support of our qualified therapists and the commitment of your family members, you can overcome obstacles, build resilience, and create a brighter future for everyone involved. Contact us to arrange an appointment or discuss your needs.  

Our therapists who specialise in working with families:

Amber Lim
Clinical Psychologist

Amber has been practising in Singapore since 2016. She believes that mental health strongly influences how we cope with stress and has a strong track record of helping people to navigate psychological challenges.

Claudette Jordan
Counselling Psychologist

Claudette has over twenty years of clinical experience working with children and adults. Claudette offers psychotherapy, health coaching and corporate wellness services.

Eng Choon
Lim Eng Choon

Eng Choon is a family therapist with 20 years' experience working with issues such as family violence, marital problems, parenting, financial difficulties, mental health, elderly, relationship and teenage problems.

Teh Yang Yang

Yang Yang is a qualified systemic family therapist and social worker with 20 years of experience working with mental health and relational issues. He also has training and experiences in clinical supervision, and aspires to integrate Buddhist and psychotherapy practices.

Yvette Tan

Yvette is a qualified family therapist and social worker with three decades of experience working with individuals, couples and families. She integrates somatic experiencing, attachment theories and narrative approaches in her psychotherapy.

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