Psychological counselling services in Singapore

Corporate Wellness Programs

Your company’s success and employee’s wellbeing are our main priority. Check out our corporate wellness programs in Singapore here.

Self-compassion and compassion at work

Self-compassion is a key to a kinder workplace. When we learn to be kind to ourselves, we have the capacity to be kinder to others around us. This program will teach you what self-compassion truly means and how you can apply it to yourself and others.
You will learn

  1. How to be kinder to yourself and others and better manage unpleasant emotions
  2. How to encourage yourself and others with compassion rather than judgement.
  3. Debunk all the myths and misconceptions you may have about self-compassion.
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Stress management

Mental health is the state of well-being of an individual. It is crucial to take the first step and take control of your mental health. With COVID19 changing our work and lives, it is essential that we act early to manage the stress that we may suffer from.
You will learn:


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  1. What is stress and how it presents in our body
  2. How uncertainty in the world has affected our mental health
  3. Effective coping strategies to manage stress better

Caregiver burnout

A caregiver is a person who has taken on the responsibility of looking after someone who is unable to care for himself or herself fully due to illness, frailty, disability, or a mental health problem. It is stressful itself to take care of someone and it has gotten worse since the Covid-19 Pandemic. This program will educate you on the role of a caregiver, how to recognize the symptoms of caregiver burnout and how to cope with the stress and burnout. It will also guide you on what to do if you experience caregiver burnout and how to act after.


Over the past 2 years, there has been many changes in our working lives. Working from home, flexible work, or going back to the office. Many people are working more than they used to, or are having difficulties feeling motivated to get work done. These new challenges post threats to our well-being and might eventually lead to burnout. Burnout can happen to anyone and many of us might not even be aware.
Topics include:


  • The causes of burnout
  • Recognizing the symptoms
  • Self Preservation
  • Improving personal organizational skills
  • Setting boundaries
  • Regaining motivation and energy
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Focus and procrastination

Simply put, procrastination is the act of deferring or delaying action. It’s the worst habit a person can have. Consider the prices. When you put off acting, it holds you back, costs you time and money, and has a bad outcome, it is not constructive. Your ability to overcome procrastination and complete tasks on time can mean the difference between career success and failure. It’s not always easy to spot procrastination. You may be guilty of procrastination based on certain indicators.
This program involves an explanation on what procrastination is, how to handle procrastination to ensure you are focused when completing work and what you can do to prevent yourself from procrastinating in the future.

Mindful Leadership

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Mindful leadership is a relatively new kind of leadership, it is characterized by a ‘presence’ that allows the leader to encounter more, and different, ways in which to influence the lives of others. A mindful leader can influence individuals in their team, organization, family and community. Learn about methods to practice mindful leadership, traits to be a good leader, and how to influence mindfulness to your team. Take a step to raise your leadership to a next level.

Observer Perspective

The observer perspective is one part of mindfulness, and mindfulness is about paying attention on purpose to the present moment, without any judgement, and just watching each moment as it unfolds. In this session, you will learn about the concepts related to the observer mind and try out several experiential exercises. You will also learn about the 2 states of mind, Thinking Mind and Observer Mind. Practising the observer perspective would allow us to observe what’s happening in our body, be able to slow down, make better choices, and control our stressful emotions

Saying No

Saying “No” to requests or invitations has been a hard task for many people. Actually, saying “No” does not come naturally but just like any skill, can be learned. It is important to learn to say “No” to make more space for things that are important to us. In this session, you will learn how to say “No”, why it is hard to say “No”, what would happen if you said “Yes” all the time, and the benefits of saying “No”. Learning the skills of saying “No” can eventually improve your relationships and your mental health.
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Have you ever thought “I’m not good enough”, “I’m a failure”, or “I don’t like how I look”? This is your self-esteem talking to you. Self-esteem might not be the truth of how we really are, but it’s based on the opinions and beliefs that we have about ourselves, whether we are worthy, how we accept or see ourselves. In this session, you will learn about what impacts your self-esteem, how self-esteem affects you, and ways to boost your self-esteem. Learn to improve yourself, as self-esteem is not fixed but changeable throughout your journey.

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