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Other Services

Academia, workshops, teaching and training

With our professional and longstanding experience in education, academia, research, training and workshops, we are able to provide additional resources and support in these areas.

Dr Felicia Neo was a mentor for the Academic Personal Best (APB) Program at Swinburne University. She helped with the facilitation of workshops for students and also provided assistance to students who were under-performing in their subjects and other academic and / or personal challenges. She implemented strategies for coping, skills development, and supporting students in self-esteem and confidence-building activities. Additionally, she has also taught at Swinburne University, tutoring the undergraduate psychology and neuroscience units for both on-campus and online (Open Universities Australia) programs. Upon relocating back to Singapore, she does sessional teaching at James Cook University.

We can provide workshop topics not limited to:

  • Education on mental health and awareness

  • Various topics on different mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, trauma etc (Please refer to our website for specialties)

  • Working on the self (self-esteem, self-image, self-confidence and identity)

  • Stress and management

  • Family counselling

  • Marital and relationships

  • Aging and dementia

  • Education on various memory processes

  • Effects of bullying and peer pressure

  • Borderline Personality Disorder

  • Workplace stress and management

Please contact us for further information and queries.

Counselling for Critical Incidents

We are also equipped to handle matters associated with crisis response and interventions in relation to critical incidents.

Critical Incident Debriefing is conducted by a trained professional, usually a clinical psychologist or counsellor with the relevant experience to conduct a debriefing to the affected parties involved directly or indirectly in the incident. This debriefing can be conducted with single individuals or with groups, to help them effectively cope with their experiences. Such debriefings can generally be arranged immediately after the incident, or at times up to 48 hours after. Affected personnel are most likely to include victims, response teams and witnesses.

Such critical incidents are usually abrupt and unforeseen; and can include but are not limited to:


  • Sudden death or occurrence of a shocking and serious injury

  • Suicide or suicidal attempt

  • Hostage threat or bomb threat situations

  • Natural disasters such as earthquake, tsunami, floods etc.

  • Robbery (armed or unarmed)

  • Fire, explosion, chemical hazards

  • Assault

  • Shootings

  • Car accidents (fatal or non-fatal)

  • Other vehicular accidents

Please contact us for further information and queries.

Medical and Legal Affiliates

We are also affiliated with a large number of other medical and legal associates, and work alongside other clinics and firms. Do get in touch and make an appointment with us today to explore your options if you require further help and guidance regarding other areas of medical or legal advice.

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