Faith has more than 2 decades working with people: First nursing patients with physical ailments, and subsequently seeing clients who undertake counselling and psychotherapy.
A Master's level counsellor, she has worked in both managerial and therapeutic roles within psychiatric care caring for patients and collaborating with consultant psychiatrists. Since then, she has amassed experiences with private hospitals, clinics, private corporations, voluntary welfare organizations and with clients who need support for emotional upheavals and various psychological disorders. She only uses psychological techniques that have been researched and tested extensively.
Faith also works with clients affected by infertility and assisted reproductive procedures, and has been doing so since 2012. She has had opportunities in assisting to develop the fertility counselling process in some of the top private hospitals in Singapore and Southeast Asia, such as Mount Elizabeth Orchard Hospital and Gleneagles Hospital.
She continues to support her clients and clinics from private hospitals and independent clinics. In addition, Faith is certified and able to participate as an approved counsellor in clinic's regular audits from The Reproductive Technology Accreditation Committee (RTAC) and other regular audits.
Faith is a member of the Singapore Association of Counselling,which has stringent guidelines membership. This ensures that she has undergone hundreds of hours of training and supervision, and will continue to do so in addition to upgrading of knowledge and skills.
Counsellor and Psychotherapist.
"I've learned to cope with my anxiety in a much healthier way. I never felt rushed during counselling with Faith, and I feel that she is genuinely concerned about my well being."
"In other sessions with a previous psychologist, I stopped because I felt judged. In our session, Faith has been patient, and I'm able to share more because I feel comfortable."
-- Lee S.T
"After suffering from two miscarriages. I felt depressed and suicidal at times. It was a painful journey, but i have since learnt that although grief will be present, I can learn to accept myself as a person, and more importantly, a complete woman."