Mei Sin

MSSc in Prof. Couns.
Pre-Licensed Counsellor

About Me

Over the 10 years, I have provided counselling services to individuals and families to address a range of familial concerns such as marital, parenting, children's behaviour, trauma, emotional coping etc.

I have continued to grow and advance my skills holistically and I adopted holistic and integrative therapy which involves integrating various elements into the practice (from Psychoanalytic, Behavioural, Cognitive, Humanistic, Constructionist, Systemic perspectives to other psychological approaches such as Neuro-Linguistic Programming). The key is to use the psychotherapy tools best suited for the respective client and presenting concern.

I invite you to this safe space where you may find connection, healing and growth.


English, Chinse Mandarin, Chinese Cantoense

Service(s) Offered

Online & In-Person Session



Difficulty controlling feelings of anger


Persistent and excessive worry or fear


Persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and worthlessness


Feelings of pressure and tension

Panic Disorder

Sudden and intense feelings of fear or anxiety


Intense and irrational fears of specific situations or objects

Relationship Issues

Challenges in romantic relationships


Emotions and experiences following a loss

Psychological Trauma

Emotional and psychological effects of a traumatic event

Personal Development

Self-improvement and growth

Family Issues

Conflicts or challenges within the family

Interpersonal Relationships

Difficulties with friends, family, or romantic partners


Provides a safe and supportive environment to address unique challenges related to sexual orientation and gender identity

Suicidal Thoughts

Thoughts of self-harm or suicide

Child Abuse

Emotional, physical, or sexual abuse of children

Therapeutic Approach

Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT)

This approach combines mindfulness techniques with values-based action to help clients develop greater psychological flexibility and live a more fulfilling life. The therapist helps clients identify and accept their difficult thoughts and feelings, while guiding them towards actions that align with their values.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

This approach helps clients identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviours that contribute to their problems. The therapist works collaboratively with the client to develop strategies to challenge and modify these patterns, leading to improved mood and functioning.

Person Centered Therapy

This approach focuses on the client's subjective experience and encourages them to explore their thoughts and emotions in a non-judgmental and supportive environment. The therapist takes a empathic and non-directive role, allowing the client to lead the session.

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)

This approach focuses on identifying and building on the client's existing strengths and resources, with a goal of developing practical solutions to specific problems. The therapist uses questions and techniques to help the client envision a preferred future and work towards achievable goals.

Education & Credential

Master of Social Science (Professional Counselling) - Swinburn University of Technology, Singapore
Bachelors of Science (Communication and Psychology) - Uppoer Iowa Univeristy, Malaysia
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