Individual therapy

Individual psychotherapy, often referred to as talk therapy or counseling, is a collaborative and confidential process that provides a safe and supportive space for you to explore your thoughts, feelings, and life experiences. We offer a tailored approach to help you address a wide range of emotional, psychological, and interpersonal challenges.

Some areas that could be addressed:

The areas that can be addressed in individual psychotherapy are diverse and may include, but are not limited to:

Anxiety, Phobias
Trauma, Complex trauma and PTSD
Relationship Issues
Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence
 Emotional regulation
Adjusting to Career and Life Transitions
Parenting and Family Issues
Stress Management
 Grief and Loss
Anger Management
 Identity and Self-Exploration
Coping with Chronic Illness and health-related challenges
Sexual and Intimacy Concerns



My therapeutic approach is mainly attachment focused and trauma-informed. I believe in taking an integrative approach to our work together so based on your needs and goals, I would be drawing on approaches including but not limited to:

Internal Family Systems (IFS)
EFT (Emotionally focused therapy)
Somatic/Body work

Couples Therapy

Couples therapy, also known as marital or relationship counselling, is designed to strengthen and improve the quality of intimate partnerships.


The areas that can be addressed in couples therapy are diverse and may include, but are not limited to:

Frequent conflict and chronic negativity in the relationship
Communication difficulties
Rebuilding trust after affairs and betrayals
Managing parenting challenges
Sexual and intimacy concerns
Enhancing the overall quality of the relationship



My approach to couples therapy draws upon both Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFCT) and the Gottman Method Approach to Couples therapy. Our sessions would focus on identifying and reshaping the emotional dynamics within your relationship. The goal is to improve communication, deepen emotional bonds, and foster secure attachment between partners, ultimately creating a more fulfilling and harmonious relationship.

In the process, we would also go over specific tools to deepen friendship and intimacy in your relationship, productively manage conflicts and work together to help you appreciate your relationship’s strengths and to gently navigate through its vulnerabilities.


Clinical Supervision

Clinical supervision is a vital aspect of the professional development and ethical practice of counselors and therapists. It provides guidance, support, and a structured framework for growth and self-awareness, ultimately leading to better outcomes for clients and the well-being of practitioners.

At M.Y. Therapy, we provide consultation and supervision for individuals seeking to improve their clinical skills including those pursuing registration with SAC (Singapore Association for Counselling).



My approach to clinical supervision is grounded in a collaborative and client-centered philosophy. I believe in creating a safe, non-judgmental, and supportive environment where supervisees can openly discuss their cases, challenges, and personal growth as therapists.
I value an integrated strengths-based and competency-based approach, focusing on the strengths and competencies of each supervisee, encouraging therapists to develop their unique therapeutic style and supporting their growth as competent and compassionate therapists. I believe reflective practice is integral to effective and ethical counseling and therapy and incorporate that in the supervision process. In addition to looking at case conceptualization and treatment planning, we would also look at the supervisee’s engagement of the client in session and help them develop a deeper understanding of how their own experiences and emotions may influence their work with clients.

My approach is flexible and tailored to the needs of each individual supervisee. Ultimately, my goal is to empower therapists to provide the best possible care to their clients while fostering their professional development and overall well-being.


For weekday sessions before 7pm (last session at 6pm)


For weekday sessions at 7pm and Saturday sessions


Clinical supervision


Each session lasts 55 minutes. Sessions can be held in-person or virtually via Zoom.

If you’re unsure about whether therapy is for you or have some questions about the process before you commit to therapy sessions, you could always reach out and schedule a complimentary 20 minute Chemistry session before you make that decision.