Career Options for Psychology Graduates

Ever wonder what are some of your career options when you graduate with a degree/diploma in Psychology? What are some of the important steps you could take to help you secure that dream job? What are some of the...

Coping With Insomnia

Tossing and turning in bed, unable to fall asleep seems like a torture to many of us. But why is it that we find it so difficult to achieve this simplest form of human pleasure? Insomnia is a sleep...

Basic Counselling Skills

In our fast-paced society, work stress, burnout, relationship issues, examination anxiety are some of the common issues faced. However, we are not taught how to deal with them. Counselling is the art of using talk therapy to support and...

The Lion Mind - Workshop - Play Therapy

Next-Level Parenting: Bonding with your Child through Play

Parent-child interaction is crucial during the child’s early formative years. But how do parents communicate effectively with their children? Using the evidence-based concepts of Child-centred Play Therapy (CCPT), parents may learn effective skill sets in interacting with their children...

The Psychology of “mindfulness” – the Journey

Over the last decade or so the term ‘mindfulness’ has taken western world by storm resulting in it be enthusiastically touted as a panacea for all sorts of bodily, mental and emotional ‘illnesses’. Through this phenomenon has sprouted meditation...

Coping with Anxiety

Coping With Anxiety

Anxiety is one of the top three mental health conditions that affects Singaporeans. It is an extreme unhelpful coping mechanism your body response to stress and/or fear. Anxiety is a silent condition. If left untreated, it may lead to...

Coping with Stress & Burnout

When we are being asked the question: “Do you take care of yourself?” most of us will answer “yes” — without even thinking.You may think: “This is a silly question!  Of course, I care about myself.” When asked, “In...