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Date: 10 Jun 2017 - 19 Aug 2017
Are your emotions running your life? Do you consider yourself emotionally sensitive and easily affected by other people’s words or actions? Do you find you have a pattern of relationship discord? Do you notice that you sometimes react to stress in ways that are harmful to yourself?
Scott Psychological Centre is introducing a series of 12 weekly sessions in an open group therapy setting. In an open group format, participants are welcomed to join at any session. The objectives of the sessions are to learn adaptive self-soothing and effective interpersonal skills in a safe and validating environment.
Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involves a psychologist working in a group setting with persons experiencing similar difficulties. Group therapy offers not only valuable support from other participants experiencing similar challenges, it also offers an opportunity for participants to practise the skills learnt in sessions with other participants. Studies have shown that group therapy can be an effective treatment choice for psychological disorders such as mood disorder, anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and personality disorder.
Dr. Annabelle Chow
Dr. Annabelle Chow is a clinical psychologist. She holds a Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) degree and is registered as a Clinical Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (APHRA), Australian Psychological Society (APS), and Singapore Psychological Society (SPS). She has experience providing individual and group psychotherapy. She has also worked with clients suffering from personality disorders, anxiety, depression and a range of other mental health conditions.
Duration: 9.30 - 11:30 AM
Venue: Scott Psychological Centre, 360 Orchard Road, International Building, #10-06
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Contact: Email Organizer
$120/session per person
Available Seatings: 6
*Psychology Matters Asia is not the organizer of the posted event. If you have any enquires, please direct them to the contact in the information.