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Depression Counsellor Singapore
  • DClinPrac Doctor of Clinical Practice (doctoral candidate) (University of Exeter, UK)

  • MA Master of Counselling (Monash University, Australia)

  • GradD Law (BPP Law School, UK)

  • BSc Mathematics & Management. (Kings College London, UK)

   Completed training in:

  • EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)

  • Schema Therapy

  • Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level 2

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Belinda believes that every cloud has a silver lining. She provides a non-judgmental space for you to overcome problems and lead a meaningful self-development journey.

Belinda is currently undertaking a Doctorate in Clinical Practice (Research) at the University of Exeter, UK, focusing on studies in psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Belinda has completed her Master of Counselling at Monash University, Australia. She was also trained in EMDR, Schema Therapy as well as the Gottman Method Couples Therapy (Level 2). She is an associate Neuro-Linguistic Programming practitioner (ABNLP) and completed an accredited Professional Life Coach Certification & Guide Program. Belinda is currently a Wellness Consultant at The Lion Mind, a nonprofit organisation that raises mental health awareness across the region. She has worked with broad spectrum of groups in her counselling practicum including elderly at All Saints Home and Youth-at-Risk Empowerment Program at CARE. 

Prior to psychotherapy and counselling work, Belinda has over a decade of work experience in the banking and finance industry including HSBC Private Bank, Bank of Singapore and Credit Suisse. Working in this industry has helped her a lot in empathising the stress and anxiety that corporate world entails. In addition, Belinda also recognises the struggles and challenges associated with adjustment process having spent the majority of time in her hometown of Hong Kong and London, before she moved to Singapore since 2011. Aside of counselling work, Belinda has been conducting mental health and self-care workshops for corporates via various employee assistance programs. 

Belinda has a particular interest in supporting people who are struggling with family and relationship issues. She provides counselling, psychotherapy and life & career coaching to individual adults, adolescents, couples and families on various issues including but not limited to anxiety, trauma, depression, stress, grief, behavioural issues, life and career transitions, identity issues, relationship and family issues. She adopts an integrated and person-centered therapeutic approach to her counselling, using concepts from cognitive behavioural, emotion-focused, solution-focused, acceptance and commitment where appropriate. She is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. 


Belinda is a registered level 3 Practitioner with The Association of Psychotherapists and Counsellors Singapore (APACS) (Membership# A0280) and a Full Member at The Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (Membership# M1753).

LGBTQ Counselling Singapore
  • MA Master of Counselling (Monash University, Australia)

  • BA American Ethnic Studies with Diversity Minor (University of Washington, US)

Completed training in:

  • Acceptance Commitment Therapy

  • Emotion Focused Therapy

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Sarann has completed a Master of Counselling degree from Monash University, Australia. Her training and counselling techniques draw upon an eclectic range of modalities such as Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Exposure Therapy. She currently serves as a Committee Member for NuLife Care & Counselling Services, a non-profit organization that aims to provide mental health support to underprivileged and marginalized communities in Singapore. Sarann has also provided volunteer work for the Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics (HOME), in support of FDW and other underrepresented groups gaining greater access to educational and mental health needs.


The transition into the field of psychotherapy was a natural progression for Sarann. With the majority of her work experience in the education sector, she understands the importance of mental health and the impact that it carries. In her previous position as an English Teacher and Citizenship Instructor, she strived to incorporate elements of self-care and promote positive thinking, not realizing at the time that this passion to support others would eventually lead her to become a therapist. 


Sarann was born and raised in Seattle, Washington but has also lived in several different countries and is well equipped to work with individuals from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds. She is also a mother and understands the challenges that parents can sometimes face in navigating parenthood, both in and out of their home country. Her professional training allows her to work with clients on a variety of issues ranging from depression, anxiety, grief & disenfranchised grief, phobias, self-esteem/self-confidence, and relationship/family issues. She recognizes that each person is unique with their own personal story, life experiences, and strengths that they bring to the counselling space. She offers a counselling journey that highlights those strengths and tailors each session to the individual and their needs. Sarann does this by creating a safe, empathetic, and judgment-free space for all her clients to thrive. 

Sarann is a registered level 1 Practitioner with The Association of Psychotherapists and Counsellors Singapore (APACS) (Membership# A0361), provisional clinical member with Singapore Association for Counselling (Membership# F0086) and a professional member with the American Counselling Association (Membership# 6620239).

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Singapore
  • MA Master of Counselling (Monash University, Australia)

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology (University College London, UK)


  Completed training in:

  • Acceptance Commitment Therapy

  • Emotion Focused Therapy

  • Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level 2

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“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass... It’s about learning to dance in the rain.” - Vivian Greene


Therapy with Scarlette is a collaborative journey to help you explore your challenges, expand awareness of your emotions and strengths, and develop resilience to weather the storm you are in. By mirroring how secure attachment looks like in the therapist-client relationship, Scarlette provides a safe platform for you to understand your needs and heal from your wounds through rebuilding a safe connection with self. 


Using an integrative approach, Scarlette incorporates techniques from a range of evidence-based techniques such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Emotions-Focused therapy (EFT), Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness and Imagery when tailoring treatment for clients. Scarlette’s areas of practice include depression, anxiety, anger, stress management, grief, self-esteem, assertiveness, life adjustment and relational challenges, and she works with both individuals and couples. 


Originally from Hong Kong, Scarlette’s personal and professional life has led her to live in London, Los Angeles, Geneva and Singapore. These experiences provided valuable opportunities for her to connect with people from diverse backgrounds through openness, respect and authenticity. Realising her natural capacity to empathise with others and desire to work in the mental health space, she pursued a career change from banking to counselling in 2019. Aside from her professional endeavours, Scarlette is also a ballroom latin and yoga instructor. She particularly enjoys using movement as a form of self-expression, mindfulness practice and stress relief. It is Scarlette’s goal to utilize her professional competencies and relatable character to understand the unique struggles of each client and support them to find their own dance in the rain.

Scarlette is a registered provisional clinical member with the Singapore Association for Counselling (Membership# D0588).

Association For Counselling And Therapy Online
  • MA Master of Counselling (Monash University, Australia)

  • Graduate Certificate in Clinical Supervision (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)

  • Bachelor's Degree in Childhood studies and Guidance and Counselling (Northumbria University, Newscatle)


  Completed training in:

  • Solution Focused Brief Therapy

  • Narrative Therapy

  • Play Therapy

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Jasper holds more than 10 years of experience providing counselling and psychotherapy to youths and adults with psychological challenges. His wide-range experience includes providing therapy for individuals, couples, and family counselling for those struggling with emotional, behavioural, personality, relational, marital conflict, and post-divorce issues.


Jasper has worked with individuals from a wide range of nationalities and cross- cultural backgrounds in different settings like non-profit organisation, hospitals, and private sector. Jasper has a collaborative and holistic approach, guided by a client’s needs and goals. He works to build an in-depth understanding of each person’s specific issues, and the broader factors that create and maintain these concerns. He aims to empower clients to achieve lasting change by developing their knowledge, insight, ability to respond to challenges, and to improve their well-being, and believes every individual has the capacity for growth, change and to live a full and meaningful life.

In his counselling practice, Jasper uses a Solution Focused approach, helping clients explore their preferred future, their strengths, and existing resources, as well as find paced and actionable steps to move towards their wellbeing and goals. Jasper uses a person-centred, collaborative approach and tools from a range of evidence-based therapies such as Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Narrative Therapy and Play Therapy for Child struggling with regulation of emotions. In addition, Jasper also applies therapeutic tools from Mindfulness Therapy.

Jasper works with a positive mind-set and humour while adopting a culturally sensitive approach. He believes that creating a safe and reliable space is important for strengthening the therapeutic alliance with his clients and working through their troubles.

Jasper is a clinical member of the Singapore Association for Counselling (Membership# C0527).

Counselling For Depression And Anxiety
  • MA Master of Counselling (Monash University, Australia)

  • Graduate Diploma in Recreation and Sports Management (VUT, Australia)

  Completed training in:

  • Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level 2

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

  • Integrating Mindfulness into CBT

  • Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction Teacher Training

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“Vulnerability is the core, the heart, the centre of meaningful human experiences ” – Brené Brown

Susanna holds a Master of Counselling from Monash University and a Diploma in Learning Disorders Management and Child Psychology. She is also trained in Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level II, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Integrating Mindfulness and CBT. She is a Neuro-Semantic Programming practitioner.

Susanna aims to offer bespoke and empathetic support to her clients, drawing creatively on her knowledge and experience in a range of modalities. She strives to build relationships with her clients which are grounded on trust and mutual respect. She has experience working with couples, adults, adolescents and children and has a particular interest and expertise in the following areas:

Family Relationships I Stress and Anxiety I Couple Therapy I Grief and Loss


Susanna is able to integrate mindfulness as a complementary tool to support her clients. Her own mindfulness journey began in the UK in 2019, initially to support her own well-being. Mindfulness has since become a cornerstone in her counselling practice as well as in her personal life. Susanna trained in the MBSR approach with Mindfulness UK under the British Association of Mindfulness-based Approaches (BAMBA). She completed in-person Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy and Mindfulness master classes at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre within the University of Oxford.

Susanna was born and raised in Hong Kong and speaks Cantonese, English and Mandarin. She has lived and worked in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and the UK. She had a sense of wanderlust from an early age, which led her to voluntary community service in Botswana, mountain climbing expeditions in Nepal and adventures in many places beyond. She is passionate and driven in everything she does and committed to lifelong learning, while cultivating well-being in herself and her clients.

Before training as a Counsellor, Susanna enjoyed a successful career in Advertising and PR as a regional event and talent development manager for globally renowned firms. She is a happily married and a devoted mother to two third-culture teenagers.


Susanna is a Provisional Clinical Member of Singapore Association of Counselling (Membership # D0663).

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