Ministry of Love, Psychotherapy and Hypnosis Experienced Psychotherapist specializing in NLP, CBT, SF, MI and Clinical Hypnosis With over eight years of dedicated service in psychotherapy, I am Elizabeth Tay, a compassionate and skilled therapist committed to improving the mental well-being of individuals across generations. My expertise lies in diverse therapeutic modalities, including Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Solution-Focus Therapy, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Clinical Hypnosis. My mission is to provide unwavering support and guidance to those facing challenging issues, including insomnia, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, panic disorder, and behavioural struggles. I am particularly passionate about working with elderly individuals who may be navigating the complexities of ageing and teenagers, who often grapple with the unique pressures of adolescence. In my approach to therapy, I firmly believe in the strength and resilience of the human spirit and the possibility for constructive change. I strive to provide a safe and empathetic space where my clients can delve into their emotions, gain valuable insights into their thought patterns, and develop practical strategies to overcome their life challenges. My commitment to continuous learning ensures that I stay up-to-date with the latest advancements in psychotherapy, allowing me to offer my clients the most effective and evidence-based treatments. If you or a loved one seek support and guidance to overcome mental health challenges, I invite you to reach out. Together, we can embark on a journey toward healing, growth, and a brighter future.
ANXIETY AND PANIC DISORDERS
GENERAL RELATIONSHIP CHALLENGES (FAMILY, FRIENDS, CO-WORKERS)
PERSONAL GROWTH AND SELF-ESTEEM
CHILDREN & YOUTH
SELF-HARM AND SUICIDAL FEELINGS
Bsc in Computing Science,
Master in Science and Finance,
Graduate Diploma in Psychology,
Specialist Diplomat in Clinical Hypnosis,
NLP – Practitioner Certification,
NLP – Master Certification,
What kinds of treatment or therapy do you provide?
Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT)
Children & Youth Counselling
What language can you conduct the session in?
English and Chinese
What is the greatest reward in being a counsellor for the queer community?
The greatest reward in being a counsellor for the queer community is witnessing the transformative power of self-acceptance and resilience. Supporting individuals in their journeys towards self-discovery, self-love, and embracing their authentic identities is incredibly fulfilling.
What is the greatest challenge in being a counsellor for the queer community?
The greatest challenge in being a counsellor for the queer community is addressing the unique and systemic issues they face, including discrimination, stigma, mental health disparities and psycho education. It's essential to provide a safe and affirming space while advocating for social change and equality.
What was your path to becoming a therapist?
What are you most excited about within the evolving mental health landscape?
I'm most excited about the growing awareness and acceptance of mental health as an essential part of overall well-being. With reduced stigma, we're seeing more individuals seeking help and innovative approaches like teletherapy, digital mental health tools, and community support networks. It's a promising shift towards a more accessible and holistic mental health landscape.
What do you do to continue learning and building competencies as a provider?
As a provider, I am committed to ongoing professional development. I regularly attend workshops, conferences, and training sessions to stay updated on the latest research and therapeutic techniques. Additionally, I engage in supervision and peer consultation to ensure I am continually improving my competencies and delivering the best possible care to my clients.
What advice would you give to someone who is hesitant to try therapy?
I would advise someone hesitant to try therapy to take the first step by seeking an initial consultation. It's an opportunity to ask questions, express concerns, and get a sense of whether therapy feels right for them. Remember, therapy is a safe and confidential space for self-discovery and growth, and seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness.
What kind of training have you had in working with the LGBTQ population?
I have received specialised training in LGBTQ+ . Not much done in this area. Only 2 to 3 cases using cultural competency and sensitivity, to ensure that I can provide inclusive and affirming therapy to individuals from the LGBTQ+ community.
What should someone know about working with you?
Working with me, you can expect a compassionate and client-centered approach. I bring expertise in NLP, CBT, SF and clinical hypnosis etc to help you address your specific challenges, whether it's anxiety, insomnia, self-harm, or other issues. Together, we'll create a safe space for growth and healing.
How do your own core values shape your approach to therapy?
My core values of empathy, respect, and authenticity deeply influence my approach to therapy. I believe in creating a non-judgmental and supportive environment where clients can explore their unique experiences and values. I strive to be genuine and compassionate, fostering a therapeutic relationship built on trust and collaboration.
At A Space Between, we have over 70 members of practising therapists, each specialising in several fields such as depression, relationship, paediatrics, and LGBTQIA+ issues. Our location at Tanjong Pagar makes it a convenient and sizeable space for hosting counselling or small group therapy.
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