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WHO IS ADULLAM LIFE COUNSELLING? At Adullam Life Counselling, we are a non-profit society that provides support and practical help for people facing debt issues. We are a Christian based organisation but pledges to serve the community without any racial or religious bias. Give us a call to find out how we can help. Our History Established in April 2013, Adullam Life Counselling is a registered society that provides counselling, practical support for the individual, and also for the affected family during their financial crisis. The center is currently headed by Mr Wong Kee Soon who has been helping people with debt issues for the past 30 years. The center acts as an intermediary between the helpseekers and their legal creditors by negotiating on a possible repayment plan. We also provide advice and crucial support to those who are troubled by illegal moneylenders(loansharks). We also have a growing team of volunteers who are passionate about helping members of the public to overcome the vicious cycle of excessive borrowing, and have helped with 464 cases for the year 2014. The success rate of paying-off the moneylender over a period of time has been 80 to 90% so far. Agencies such as […]
151 Chin Swee Road #08-04 Manhattan House Singapore 169876
Grace Phoon is a Clinical Member with the Singapore Association for Counselling. Besides having a Master’s degree in Counselling, she has been serving as an Executive Member with EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitizing and Reprocessing) Singapore from 2018-2020. She is certified in EMDR, a clinically proven psychotherapy approach that has been extensively researched and proven effective for the treatment of trauma. She is also an accredited facilitator for Prepare/Enrich Marriage Program and Taylor-Johnson’s Temperament Analysis (T-JTA ®), which is a widely used personality assessment for individual, pre-marital, marital, and family counselling. Grace has experience counselling in the church and in schools and have conducted mental health and self-care workshops and facilitated divorce support groups. Some of her experiences include conducting counselling courses for the church’s lay leaders to equip them to become better people helpers. Prior to counselling work, she had over a decade of work experience in the pharmaceutical industry and this has helped her in empathizing with the stress and anxiety that corporate world entails. Grace has considerable experience working with individuals and couples – adolescents and adults suffering from depression/mood disorders, anxiety, trauma/abuse, divorce, infidelity, family conflict, relationship issues, self-harming, suicidal ideations, and grief. Her therapeutic style involves helping you to arrive at insight and tools […]
20 Kramat Lane #04-11 United House Singapore 228773
– To position and profile Christian counselling profession in Singapore – To gather and identify Christian counsellors and Christian practitioners – To establish core competencies and training programs in Christian counselling – To connect the Christian community and general public to Christian counselling services
69A Pagoda Street, Singapore 059228
About ACCS 1. To position and profile Christian counselling profession in Singapore 2. To gather and identify Christian counsellors and Christian practitioners 3. To establish core competencies and training programs in Christian counselling 4. To connect the Christian community and general public to Christian counselling services
(mailing address) 69A Pagoda Street, Singapore 059228
Our Vision Maximizing Our God-given Potential Our Mission To mentor & disciple believers to be Christ-centred and effective witnesses of God. To nurture generations for leadership thereby empowering them to fulfil their destiny. To be a relevant & contemporary community for Singapore and beyond.
81 Aljunied Ave 2 Singapore 389957
We believe that our clients deserve a counsellor who is not only professional and trained, but one who is also motivated by a genuine desire to help. Counsellors at the Olive Branch work with clients to resolve issues so that they can move forward with their lives and are not dependent on counselling for years to come. They learn to make important changes and are equipped with tools provided by the counsellor to begin a new journey towards a more fulfilling life of purpose, meaning and greater joy.
229 Mountbatten Road, Mountbatten Square #02-32 Singapore 398007
Consultant Clinical Psychologist Ph.D. (Clinical Psych), MA (Theo), BA (Hons) Psych Dr Mark Toh has extensive experience in treating troubled children and their families, as well as personality disorders. He has worked in a variety of clinical settings such as psychiatric hospitals, mental health clinics, day-treatment centres, and specialised clinics. Dr Mark Toh has lectured at the Singapore Bible College, and also consults at the Ministry of Family and Social Development (MSF). Mark is a hiking enthusiast who’s had the privilege of winding his way down from the lofty heights of the Grand Canyon’s South Rim to the Colorado River basin. For the more subdued, Mark recommends meandering along Vancouver Island’s Long Beach. In a perfect world, Mark’s loyal canine friend would be a golden retriever – specifically, Air Bud.
#09-22/23, Novena Medical Center, 10 Sinaran Drive, Singapore 307506
WHAT WE DO Emmaus Strategies is an award-winning social enterprise. We believe that every individual, organization and community can live out the best version of who they are meant to be and be a force for the greater good. As such, we work on a strategic model to “multiply good”; we pursue our social mission of “fueling good” by building people, organizations and communities to thrive for good. HELPING INDIVIDUALS THRIVE Life should be purposeful and impactful. We provide mental well-being programmes to help individuals thrive, by preventing and overcoming burnout. HELPING ORGANIZATIONS & COMMUNITIES THRIVE Organizations and communities can make our world a better place. We provide training & consultancy services to help organizations and communities grow in their capacity and resilience so they can thrive for good.