We believe that everyone has a voice and deserves to be heard. We understand that life can be overwhelming, especially when juggling work and family. Likewise, relationships can also get strained when there are issues that are seemingly impossible to resolve.

We offer hope and effective solutions through sound counselling for individuals, married couples and families. In addition to having our counsellor's support and advice, you can also tap into our vast library of resources on self-development and relationship growth by visiting our office showroom 9 Bishan Place, #08-03, Junction 8 Office Tower.


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Our Counsellors

Theresa Pong

Head, Counselling / Principal Counsellor
Registered Counsellor / Registered Social Worker

Masters in Counselling, B.A. (Psychology and Statistics), Grad Dip. (Social Work); Registered Counsellor (SAC), Registered Social Worker (SASW), Post Graduate Certificate in Systemic Thinking and Approaches: Applications in Social Work & Clinical Practice, Post Graduate Certificate in Family-based Casework Supervision Training for FSCs, Certificate in Management of Family Violence, Prepare/Enrich Practitioner, Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFCT, Module A)

With a decade of experience in counselling, Theresa Pong empowers individuals, couples, and families to deal constructively with challenges such as marital conflict, divorce, abuse, and depression. She also works extensively with children and youths, equipping them with skills to cope with stress and trauma.

Drawing on various psychotherapy techniques, Theresa supports her clients in finding courage, resilience and inner strength to heal from their pain, and work towards growth and reconciliation in their personal lives and relationships. She is particularly interested in the area of couple and family counselling, as well as working with individuals struggling with issues from childhood.

Theresa is an Adjunct Lecturer in Psychology at the Singapore University of Social Sciences. She also provides clinical supervision for counsellors to develop their skills and knowledge.

Larry LAI 黎忠德

Larry LAI 黎忠德
Consultant Psychotherapist / Counsellor
Certified and Registered Supervisor
Certified Marriage and Family Life Trainer
Bilingual Counsellor

MSSc (Counselling & Psychotherapy), Dip. (Counselling Psychology), B.A. (Soc. Sci.), Cert. Professional Supervisor (ACA), Registered Supervisor (APACS), Prepare Enrich Practitioner, Certified Torn Asunder Facilitator, Family Therapy Master Class Training by Dr. Karl Tomm, Cert. of Attendance (The Homosexuality Context in Counselling”” by FLS; Pain and Pleasure: Psycho-Emotional States and Consequential Disordered Behaviours" by NAMS).

Larry has been married for over 35 years and has two adult children. He brings with him over 30 years of Corporate and Social Sector leadership experience at Senior Management and Board levels.

Larry’s constant passion over the years has been to journey with individuals, couples and families as they navigate the complex challenges of careers, relationships, sexuality and life transitions. Over the years, Larry has helped individuals managed career challenges and transitions, prepare couples for marriage, work with couples and families in mending broken relationships including recovery from Extra Marital Affairs.

Larry was formerly the Head of Counselling and Principal Psychotherapist / Counsellor at Focus on the Family, Singapore.

Kiat Yong NAH

Kiat Yong NAH
Associate Counsellor

MA (Counselling), Registered Counsellor (Singapore Association of Counselling), Prepare Enrich Practitioner, Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program (PREP) 8.0 Facilitator, Cert. Torn Asunder Facilitator, Gottman Couple Therapy (Level 3), Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFCT, Level B)

Kiat Yong has journeyed with many hurting couples as a couple and family therapist, helping them turn conflicts to connections, and rebuilding intimacy in their relationships. She also counsels teenagers, their families, as well as individuals across a wide spectrum of mental health, relationship and behavioural issues.

She is especially passionate about helping couples recover from affairs and has extensively worked with couples to bring healing from the pains of betrayal.

Chiam Ling Ling

Chiam Ling Ling
Associate Counsellor

Masters of Arts in Counselling
Prepare and Enrich Facilitator
Approved member of the Gottman Institute
Level 3 trained therapist in the Gottman Method for Couple Therapy

Ling Ling’s passionate about helping individuals, couples and families as they navigate through the challenges and issues of life; depression, anxiety, parenting and relationship issues.

She believes that every person is the best expert on themselves. She supports her clients by working collaboratively with them towards their goals. Ling Ling specialises in using the strengths-based approach, systemic framework and various psychotherapy techniques to aid in her clients’ recovery, discovery and growth. She volunteers at a Theological seminary to facilitate the learning of counselling skills in small groups practice.

Swanie KHOO

Swanie KHOO
Associate Counsellor

MA (Counselling), Gottman Couple Therapy (Level 2), Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFCT, completed), Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Theraplay (Level 1), Prepare Enrich Practitioner, Parenting with Confidence Workshop Facilitator

As a Marriage and Family Counsellor, Trauma Therapist and Family Life Educator, Swanie provides counselling for children, marital therapy for couples, and individual personal therapy. She has walked with many whose lives were broken by childhood trauma, divorce, losses and abuse. She is a draw to many children struggling with life traumas, depression and anxiety.

She has helped individuals grow and recover through integration of cognitive behaviour techniques with evidenced based psychodynamic therapy (attachment psychotherapy, emotionally focused therapy and play therapy), customised to the unique needs and goals of her clients. She sees the potential every individual has for growth, healing and wholeness, and strives to empower each one to find a purpose along their way of recovery.

Samantha Loh

Samantha Loh
Associate Counsellor

MA (Counselling) Registered Counsellor (Singapore Association of Counselling), Prepare Enrich Practitioner, Phase 1 Basic Intensive Training: Choice Theory/Reality Therapy, Certificate of Participation in Introduction to Sandtray Therapy, Certificate of Participation in Dialectical Behavioural Therapy

With a keen passion to help young people through challenging seasons, Samantha has a wide range of experience in counselling children and youths undergoing behavioural issues, grief, anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, as well as those who may have suffered from abuse and trauma.

As a volunteer with the prison ministry and halfway houses, she enjoys supporting ex-offenders and family members of incarcerated members in their journey towards recovery. Samantha is also involved in a theological school where she has conducted psycho-educational workshops on theory and practice of counselling.

She believes that every individual has a unique journey, and there is a redemptive plan for each person's life.

Our Services

  • Premarital (including for Minors)
  • Marriage enrichment
  • Extramarital affairs
  • Communication breakdown
  • Financial issues
  • In-law tension
  • Cross-cultural differences
  • Anger management
  • Stress & anxiety complex
  • Coping with and handling depression
  • Suffering grief & loss
  • Work-life balance
  • Relationship conflict
  • Life transition
  • Parent-child relationship
  • Difficult child behaviour
  • Child with special needs
  • Sexual intimacy
  • Unwanted same-sex attraction
  • Gender identity struggles
  • Pornography addiction

Counselling Rates (excl. Public Holidays)

with effect from 1 October 2018

Type of Session Last Appointment at First hour Charges after the first hour (per half hour)
Day (8.30am to 5.59pm) 4.30pm $110 $55
Evening (6pm to 8.30pm) 7pm $150 $75
Saturday (10am to 4pm) 2.30pm $180 $90


  • Session start time will be computed based on the booked time slot.
  • After the first hour, additional charges will apply per half hour or part thereof, based on the rates reflected above.
  • For any enquiries, you can call 6491 0700.

Our cancellation policy:

  • If you’d like to cancel or postpone your appointment, kindly notify us via email at least 1 working day in advance.
  • A $50 cancellation charge will apply for no-shows or cancellation/postponement made after 12pm of the working day before scheduled appointment.

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