Grace Chan

☑ Professional Counsellor at the Singapore Counselling Centre
☑ SAC-Registered Counsellor
(C0311)

Master of Social Science in Professional Counselling
Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Languages Spoken: English

Grace has provided counselling to children, youths, elderly, couples, families and individuals, from diverse and complex backgrounds. The counselling issues are varied, covering challenges such as parent-child relations, marital conflicts, grief, emotional & mental health problems, stress, depression, low motivation, poor self-esteem, anger, and delinquency.

In the counselling process, Grace seeks to create a safe and nurturing space where individuals are empowered to move towards positive change and be reconnected to desired relationships and life purposes. She takes special interest in supporting her clients to uncover strengths, acquire new perspectives and work towards appropriate actions for change.

Grace employs a range of therapeutic techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Person-Centred Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing etc, to support her clients in their growth and change efforts. Grace has also coached and counselled individuals in work settings for retrenchment, performance and interpersonal issues.

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