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Psychological counselling services in Singapore


Do you ever feel down, feel like you’re less of a man?
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Many men are hesitant to seek professional health care. Just the thought of speaking to someone can be a big source of worry for many men. Counselling for men is therapy that has been specifically tailored to address issues that men or boys might face. Society has made many men believe that being stoic and tough, not showing emotions is good. However, this can end up causing many to feel overwhelmed, feel lonely, start having panic attacks, or engage in unhealthy coping.

Sometimes mental health disorders in men are missed because men might cope differently than women.

Men might cope in ways that might appear to be “socially acceptable”, maybe through withdrawing, alcohol, substance, or distractions such as gaming, or work. However, these coping methods harm relationships, affect sleep, work, health, appetite, and might lead to even more negative impacts on their lives.

How do we know when to get help? There are a few symptoms that tell us that we are struggling. These symptoms may include:

  • Feeling of hopelessness in life
  • Loss of interest in activities that used to bring us joy
  • Increased fatigue
  • Sleeping too much or problems sleeping
  • Anxiety
  • Irritability
  • Changes in appetite and weight
  • Uncontrollable emotions
  • Suicidal thoughts

If you or someone you know are experiencing any of those problems, reach out to us. Our professional counsellors and psychologists are here to provide you with that safe and supportive space to talk about your problems and regain control of your life again.

Mandd Fernando

Clinical Hypnotherapist

  • Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy
  • Certified NLP Master practitioner
  • Professional Member of Complementary Therapist Accredited Association
  • Specialties: Trauma, panic attack, fast phobia release, stop smoking and stop alcohol, addiction to gadget, insomnia, acute stress, impostor syndrome, study anxiety, procrastination (LGBT are welcome)
  • Approach: Hypnotherapy, NLP, Parts therapy, Mindfulness
  • Language: English
DR. Wong Ling Yuan

Head Clinical Psychologist

  • PsyD Clinical Psychology
  • Member of American Psychological Association
  • Board Approved Behavioral Analyst (BCBA)
  • Specialties: Special Needs, Parenting, Relationship Concerns, LGBTQ+, Child development, Life coaching, and Men’s issues
  • Approach: A blend of Humanistic, Cognitive Behavior, and Psychodynamics therapies. For persons with special needs, they and their family may be helped by approach of holistic applied behavior analysis.
  • Language: English, Mandarin, Cantonese
Quek Kwang Yong


  • Bachelor of Science (Civil Engineering)
  • Post Graduate Diploma (Counselling Psychology)
  • Specialties: Students, Adults, Elderly, Family, Anxiety, Stress, Self-Esteem, Life Transitions
  • Approach: Integrative approach of Person-Centered, Psychodynamic, Cognitive and Family Systems
  • Language: English


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