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The Singapore Counselling Centre (SCC) is the professional counselling arm of the Academy of Certified Counsellors. SCC provides counselling, psychotherapy and psychological services for those experiencing personal, relationship, and work related difficulties. Practitioners at SCC are experienced and qualified professionals, and all consultations are held in the strictest confidence.

Convenient Location
SCC is located at 51 Cuppage Road, #03-03, just behind The Centrepoint along Orchard Road.

English and Mandarin Counselling
SCC offers counselling sessions in either English or Mandarin.

Weekday Evening and Weekend Slots
Counselling sessions are available on weekday evenings and weekends as well. Click here for available slots.

Counselling Services

Relationship and Marital Counselling

Children and Youth Counselling

Anger Management



Other Counselling Services



Feeling worried about someone? Think a loved one might benefit from seeing a counsellor?

It’s important to do what you can to help.

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Stress and mental health issues can impair workplace productivity.

Why not boost your workplace productivity by supporting your staff’s mental health?

We provide a range of services to help with personal issues affecting your employee’s well-being and work performance.

News Features and Commentary

SCC CNA Interview Workplace Harassment

Dr John, President of the Singapore Counselling Centre, was invited to Channel News Asia to share with us on the issue of workplace harassment.The Singapore Counselling Centre used to see an average of 2 to 4 workplace harassment cases but in recent years, it has gone up steadily and we are seeing now an average of between 5 to 9 cases a month.What is workplace harassment and how prevalent is it today? Find out more here.

Dr. John, President of the Singapore Counselling Centre, was  invited to Channel News Asia to share with us on the issue of gambling. Gambling has become an alarming matter that needs our critical attention. Pathological or social gamblers might not be aware that their gambling behaviours are out of control and can disrupt their normal daily life functioning. If one’s behaviour is not treated appropriately, it might bring traumatic consequences to the person as well as to the family. Let us hear from Dr. John on the issue of gambling.

Dr. John was invited to Channel News Asia to share with us on the issue of anger. Anger is the normal emotional reaction to the perceived unpleasant issue. Nonetheless, if the anger is beyond a person’s control that could lead to intermittent explosive disorder (IED). A person with IED may involve in some forms of life-threatening behaviours such as hurting others, and breaking or damaging objects. Keeping a journal is an effective reflective technique that allows the person to introspect, monitor and manage the anger.

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