Jaclyn phua

Counsellor / Mentor

  • Master of Counselling (Advanced), Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
  • Provisional Clinical Member of Singapore Association for Counselling (SAC)
  • Attained the following certificates: Applied Suicide Interventions Skills Training (ASIST), Motivational Interviewing for Addiction, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for Depression & Suicide, Choice Theory & Reality Therapy Basic Intensive Training

Through her career in events management across Asia, while enjoyed meeting and working with a diverse group of people from all walks of life with different cultural backgrounds, Jaclyn realised that her true passion is to empower individuals and communities that are struggling with challenges to regain wellbeing and balance in life. As such, she embarked on a career switch.

Jaclyn has a deep respect for each client as she believes that everyone has their own blend of experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds. Hence, she aims to create a safe and non-judgmental space for individuals and couples to explore their innermost thoughts and feelings as she listens with an open mind. Using integrative and person-centred approach, she works with clients who are struggling with mental health or relationship issues. She finds joy in connecting with her clients, hearing their stories, and guiding them in a journey of self-discovery. Ultimately, she hopes to see her clients empowered, be resilient and be confident in navigating life’s stressors and struggles so that they can enjoy the quality life they deserve.