Ms Dhivyaasrree Krishnamoorthy
Associate Psychologist / Event Manager
MAPACS(L1), GradCert Psychotherapeutic Approaches (CBT), BPsychSc, Dip Mass Comm

Dhivyaasrree is a mental health clinician with The Lion Mind. She has many years of experience working with the population group of children, teenagers, young women and men. She believes that every client is different and she adapts her skills to their needs. Her area of expertise includes dealing with identity issues, anxiety, depression, relationship and body image issues.

Dhivyaasrree also conducts corporate talks and community outreach, specializing in  the topic of combating impostor syndrome. In addition, she writes monthly articles for the organisation’s newsletter about issues that the public face regularly. She also co-facilitates the workshop on psychotherapeutic approaches (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) and helps to guide participants through their discussions. As an Events Manager, she oversees the smooth planning and execution of events for the organisation, and various project partnerships with the polytechnics .

Dhivyaasrree has a Bachelor of Psychological Science from University of Wollongong, and a Diploma in Mass Communication from Republic Polytechnic. She has also completed an accredited course (ACA, APACS) on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, and a course on Sand Play Therapy. 

Dhivyaasrree is a registered Level 1 Practitioner (membership no. A0232) with the Association of Psychotherapists and Counsellors (Singapore) (APACS). She is currently the Editor-In-Chief of APACS’ Marketing & Publicity subcommittee (2020-2022). Due to her passion for psychology and writing, she provides quality articles and helps to establish mental health community outreach to the general public through the magazine, The Gazette. Dhivyaasrree also provides mentorship and guidance to psychology students who have interests in writing articles for The Lion Mind and/or APACS. She strongly believes that students should be given the opportunity to hone their skills in writing and be able to express themselves.


Read more of Dhivya’s articles at The Psychotherapist Corner