Growing up, I was exposed to the harsh reality of life at a young age, where emotional expression (e.g., crying) was seen as a sign of weakness, and academic achievement is an indicator of success and worthiness. As a child, I struggled with knowing myself, anxiety, and connecting emotionally with others. Later, I learned more about myself and developed my self-worth through counselling during my undergraduate degree. In addition, my internship experiences at a kindergarten and counselling centre allowed me to realise the significance of having a pair of listening ears and being in the presence of empathy, which further fuelled my passion to become a counsellor to be there for people in need of support and guidance.
Taking the initiative to seek help is a courageous move, and I hope to be of help to provide you with a better understanding of yourself and journey with you to become a better version of yourself in this process.
Bachelor of Psychology (Hons.)
Master's in Counselling (ongoing)
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Areas of Interest
Interpersonal relationships concerns