Eugene Chong is the Director / Principal Counselling Psychologist with Seeding Minds. He is also an adjunct lecturer at various schools that offer approved psychology and counseling training programmes, from Diploma to Masters Levels.
Eugene has extensive experience in working with youths for mental health needs in psychiatric rehabilitation and educational institutions. Eugene has also worked in clinical settings in hospitals and rehabilitation centres to provide clinical counselling and group therapy for patients with Schizophrenia, Depression & Anxiety disorders. He uses an array of psychometric tools, ranging from Intelligence, Personality, to Behavioural & Cognitive, to assess the functionality of an individual. His therapeutic approach mainly revolves around post-modern concepts, brief work with clients through the theories of SFBT and CTRT. Other approaches like Schema therapy, EMDR, and Erkisonian Hypnosis were used appropriately.
He provides two certification courses for participants who are keen on personality and marital issues, as a seminar director for Prepare/Enrich Accreditation, he uses a psychometric instrument for couples, and T-JTA trainer for couple’s personality profiling. In couples counselling, he utilizes Gottman approach in the intervention and has completed Gottman Level 3 training. As for specific team dynamics, conflicts management, career counselling, he uses MBTI & DISC as tools to guide teams into resolution. He also conducts mental wellness talks in various organisations ie, corporate, education, and religious settings, and is an associate consultant with Workplace Options, HMI Institute of Health Sciences, Health can be fun, and Optum.
BA (App Psych & Org Psych), MEd (Dev Psych), Advanced Certification in 5-PATH Hypnotherapy, Certified 7-PATH Self-Hypnosis Teacher, Registered Practitioner & Supervisor (APACS) & ACTA
Jeslyn Lim is the Managing Director. Developmental Psychologist and Certified Hypnotist at Mind Culture. Trained in Applied Psychology and Organisational Psychology at an undergraduate level, Masters degree in Developmental Psychology, and post-graduate as a Hypnotherapist.
She is a certified practitioner of Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT) and a member of the Association for IEMT Practitioner. Jeslyn is also a full member of the Singapore Psychological Society (SPS), as well as a Board Committee Member of the Association of Psychotherapists and Counsellors Singapore (APACS). With extensive experience working in the service and education sectors, she had attained vast opportunities to work with disadvantaged and disenfranchised children, youth, as well as adults (with a specialty in the psychological dysfunction, intellectually disabled individuals and their families).
As a psychologist and a hypnotherapist, she took charge of clinical assessment and program, individual behavioural plan (IBP) development, clinical supervision, and clinical meetings with parents. With experience in behavioural and language intervention (trained in ABLLS™‐R, ABA & VB techniques/ physiology) and alongside with hypnotherapeutic work, she is National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH) Certified with an Advanced Certification In 5-PATH®, as well as a 7th PATH Self-Hypnosis Teacher. Jeslyn works closely with clients in achieving individualized learning goals progressively. Apart from her work experience in the social service industry, Jeslyn also spent years in the private sectors at the management level, ensuring employees’ well-being by performing conflict resolution, and providing counselling services. This further fortified her skills in dealing with clients regarding matters of safety, crisis, and restorative management. She developed therapeutic interventions to promote motivation and heighten work morale as well as work ethics. Additionally, Jeslyn is experienced in the medical sector as a senior surgical operating assistant, dealing with patients and cases that included financial hardship, phobias, and socio-emotional needs.
Jacquelyn Peh is a Counselling Psychology Practitioner with Masters Degree in Social Sciences Professional Counselling, Diploma major in Learning Disorder Management Child Psychology, and a Certified Grief Therapist under the Portland Institute. She holds a Level 4S Psychotherapy Practitioner and Supervisor Accreditation under the Association of Psychotherapist and Counsellors Spore (APACS), and Professional Member with the Association of Christian Counsellors Spore (ACCS).
Throughout her years of professional practice since 2008, Jacquelyn has journeyed with many clientele across the sectors of youth, adults, and the senior communities with chronic mental disabilities and psychoemotional issues. Her extensive experience involves clinical-based rehabilitation work with diagnosed psychiatric conditions in the mental health sector; as well as a repertoire of school-based intervention work with at-risk and special needs adolescences and youths in the education settings. Her core clinical approach is Cognitive Behavioral and Psychotherapy with the directives of advancing the use of integrative creative approaches for effective holistic intervention in the therapeutic process.
Jacquelyn is also a certified DISC Behavioural Consultant and Career Coach with the past 12 years of corporate career experience in the TV media production and broadcasting industry within the years of 1996 to 2008. Her services have extended to areas of career coaching and consulting support, assisting with workplace relational issues being an affiliate service provider for (EAP) Employee Assistance Program.
Master of Social Work, Master of Social Science (Professional Counselling), Bachelor of Health Science (Nursing), Registered Counsellor (SAC), Registered Social Worker (SASW)
Pauline has 16 years of experience working with children, teenagers, families, individuals, and couples. She started her counselling career with a voluntary welfare organization, providing counselling, case management, and managerial services for persons with mental illness. Pauline also enjoyed counselling youths-at-risk in schools, conducted workshops for parents and youths, and counselling individuals, couples, families, and ex-offenders. Pauline worked extensively as a social worker with children suffering from chronic illnesses and potentially life-threatening illnesses and their families. She has a great passion for providing counselling and case management of the elderly with dementia and mental health issues, and their caregivers. Pauline also provides supervision to social workers and counsellors in their work and facilitate learning through different approaches. With the extensive counselling and social work experiences, Pauline’s passion is to provide psychosocial support to the clients through private counselling practice. The main interests are family therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, social work, mental health and parenting talks, training, and supervision.
Pauline’s specialty in counselling and case management of persons with mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders, and schizophrenia. She is trained in counselling couples with issues such as conflict, divorce, and separation. She provides family counselling with issues such as caregiving stress, parenting, financial, addiction, family violence. Pauline has experience in counselling children and adolescents with issues such as identity, self-esteem, mental health, behavioural problems, school refusal, addiction, school stress. She has experience counselling individuals with issues related to stress, self-esteem, anger, grief and bereavement, interpersonal conflicts, finding meaning, and purpose in life. She is trained in counselling caregivers and the elderly with biopsychosocial issues such as chronic or terminal illnesses, depression, anxiety, self-harm, caregiver stress, advanced care planning, elder abuse. She is experienced in facilitating group work/therapy and training for parents, caregivers, children, adolescents, and adults. She has been involved in supervising and training social workers, counsellors, case managers, and caseworkers.
Pauline is trained in Systemic Family Therapy, Bowen Family Therapy, Gottman Couple Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Ecological Systems Theory in counselling, case management, family work, group work, and supervision of counsellors and social workers.
Pauline is conversant in English, Mandarin, Teochew, and Hokkien.
Blythe is the Director at Our Journey Counselling and Wellness. She is also the Vice-President of the Association of Psychotherapists and Counsellors Singapore (APACS). Blythe is dedicated to improving the lives of others and one of her greatest strengths is her ability to build a strong therapeutic alliance with her clients.
Blythe is passionate about helping people overcome their life challenges and started her social work career in 2007.
She has worked extensively with schools in Singapore providing counselling services, talks, and workshops. She led a team
of youth workers in school-based outreach and is experienced with the development of programmes. In the past two years,
she started designing a self-care toolkit for individuals and conducted self-care training at different institutions (Doverpark Hospice, Children's Aid Society, Lee Ah Mooi, Gladiolus Place, etc). Also, she believes that when a person is given a safe space, he/she has the freedom to explore his/her life in order to learn and work through areas of tension keeping them stuck. She adopts a solution-focused approach where she assists her clients to achieve their goals through the development of resources
and insights, she firmly believes that every person can find joy and fulfillment in their life if they are willing to invest in
self-discovery and personal growth.
Blythe is fluent in English, Mandarin, and Cantonese.
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