Psychologist Session

Free Initial Consultation

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This is a phone call that lasts 15 to 20 minutes and gives us the chance to get to know each other, before you decide on a first counselling session with us.

(If you are in crisis or at risk of imminent harm, please call the police or emergency medical services immediately. Samaritans of Singapore offers a 24-hour hotline for persons who are suicidal at 1800-221-4444. You can also find a list of international helplines here.)

 

Fees & Package Deals

"How many sessions do I need?"

  • Counselling is a process that requires time, commitment, effort and financial resources. Our clients usually return for follow-up sessions and thus we have designed a package deal.

  • Research suggests that clients experience the greatest decrease in psychological distress after 6 to 9 sessions, with long-lasting health improvements (Rickwood et al., 2015).

  • If you are trying counselling for the first time, we recommend starting with an introductory session. Once you have determined that we are a good fit, you may wish to sign up for a package deal. 

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*As at 21 July 2021, I am fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

*For non-vaccinated clients, I conduct online video sessions via Zoom. 

Online - Individual Counselling (1 hour)

   S$80 | Introductory Session

 S$100 | Single Session

 S$270 | 3 Sessions (Valid for 2 months)

In-Person - Individual Counselling (1 hour)

 S$130 | Introductory Session

 S$150 | Single Session

 S$420 | 3 Sessions (Valid for 2 months)

Support Call between Sessions

S$40  |  15 mins

Booking & Cancellation Terms

Reference

Rickwood, D. J., Mazzer, K. R., Telford, N. R., Parker, A. G., Tanti, C. J., & McGorry, P. D. (2015). Changes in psychological distress and psychosocial functioning in young people visiting headspace centres for mental health problems. Medical Journal of Australia, 202(10), 537–542. https://doi.org/10.5694/mja14.01696