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Grace Phoon is a psychotherapist certified in EMDR.

Meet Grace Phoon

Clinical Director/ Psychotherapist

“As a psychotherapist, my commitment lies in helping individuals navigate life's challenges and overcome obstacles. In my practice, I prioritize building a strong therapeutic alliance, recognizing that a trusting relationship is foundational for positive outcomes. That’s why I take the time to get to know each of my clients and create a safe, non-judgmental space for them to explore their thoughts and feelings.
I continuously seek to expand my knowledge of therapeutic modalities and integrate diverse tools and techniques into my practice. This ensures that I provide a comprehensive and adaptable approach that resonates with the diverse needs of those I work with.”


EMDR certified.

Grace is a certified therapist in Eye Movement Desensitizing and Reprocessing (EMDR), a clinically proven psychotherapy approach extensively researched for its efficacy in trauma treatment. Holding a Master’s degree in Counselling, she has been a dedicated Clinical Member of the Singapore Association for Counselling since 2016.
Her commitment to advancing trauma therapy is evident through her active involvement as a Committee Member with EMDR Singapore from 2018 to 2020. In addition to EMDR, she is trained in Brainspotting, a therapeutic technique utilizing spots in a person's visual field to facilitate trauma processing.

Her training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy helps clients with Borderline Personality Disorder to manage painful emotions and interpersonal conflicts.

She is also an accredited facilitator for the Prepare/Enrich Marriage Program and Taylor-Johnson’s Temperament Analysis (T-JTA ®), which is a widely used personality assessment for individual, pre-marital, and marital counselling as well as a certified trainer with ACLP.​​

She has experience counselling in the church and has conducted mental health and self-care workshops and facilitated divorce support groups.

Some of her experiences include conducting counselling courses for the church’s lay leaders to equip them to become better people helpers. Prior to counselling work, she had over a decade of work experience in the pharmaceutical industry. This has helped her to empathise with the stress and anxiety that the corporate world entails.

She has extensive experience working with individuals suffering from depression/mood disorders, anxiety, trauma/abuse, divorce, family conflict, relationship issues, self-harm, suicidal ideations, and grief.

Her therapeutic style involves helping clients arrive at insight and tools that they can begin using immediately to make positive changes in their life.  It is important that you are making progress on the goals that you have set for yourself. She will be there to guide you, and encourage you, as you embark on this journey together.​​


As a certified marriage facilitator of the Prepare/Enrich couple relationship assessment inventory, she enjoys helping couples learn relationship skills and develop healthy intimacy with each other. 

She is a registered counsellor with Singapore Association for Counselling and she empowers parents by helping them better understand and meet the developmental needs of vulnerable children. For more than a decade, she has trained youths to serve the needy in neighbouring ASEAN countries. Ai Lee started working with marginalized individuals and families as a volunteer and was involved in mentoring underprivileged children.  Besides marital work, Ai Lee also provides individual counselling. She has experience in helping both adults, youths and children journey through the upheavals of divorce, and gradually move towards healing. She has supported parents in their co-parenting challenges after the separation. She has also worked with individual clients on issues such as anxiety, depression, self-harming behaviour and relational conflicts. Ai Lee holds a Master of Arts in Counselling and is a certified trainer with ACTA. Married with three young adults, Ai Lee is passionate about strengthening families.

She is trained in Discernment Counselling (DC), a form of therapy used for couples who are unsure of whether they want to continue their relationship or marriage.

Through DC, she helps couples gain clarity and confidence about their next step.

Low Ai Lee is a registered counsellor with Singapore Association for Counselling.

Low Ai Lee


Jo lim

She is certified in EMDR and works with clients who have complex trauma.

As a Psychotherapist and an EMDR Certified Therapist, Lily uses different methods to provide personalised treatment for each client. This helps clients understand themselves better, manage stress, and improve their relationships. She values building strong, genuine relationships with her clients to help them achieve their goals and live fulfilling lives. She is a registered counsellor with Singapore Association for Counselling and has experience working with issues like anxiety, depression, grief and loss, and complex trauma.
She stays updated with the latest psychotherapies and is trained in EMDR for Grief and loss, Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy, Mindfulness Self Compassion and Multchannel Eye Movement and Integration (MEMI).

As an EFCT therapist, she helps couples who feel stuck and frustrated in their negative patterns recognise and break this harmful cycle. 

Through therapy, she has helped couples create a safe space to reconnect with love and understanding, leading to a happier relationship. She knows that facing your pains and vulnerabilities can be scary. Her approach is gentle, sensitive, and respectful, making sure you feel safe and comfortable in your sessions. She will explore your experiences, work through your challenges, and help you heal from your past.

Lily Chan-Chia

Lily Chan-Chia


Ai Lee

Jo is trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT),  an accredited facilitator for Prepare/Enrich Marriage Program and a former certified Facilitator with Focus on the Family (Singapore) for Parenting with Confidence. 

Jo is a Provisional Member with the Singapore Association for Counselling and has worked with individuals suffering from anger management, anxiety, depression, divorce, neglect/selective mutism, panic attack, parent-child/spousal conflict, self-harming, single-parent challenges, suicidal ideations, and work-related relational issues. Additionally, Jo serves in her church Family Life Ministry since 2015. She has helped to facilitate parenting workshops and together with her husband, they also help out in their church’ Marriage Breakthrough Weekend. With her background and experience, Jo is familiar with parent-child conflicts and spousal relational struggles. Her therapeutic style involves helping you make meaning of what is happening, exploring ways to cope.

She has more than 20 years of experience working children with special need, both in schools and in the private center.

She has experience working with individuals with autism and is skilled in behavioral intervention.

Josephine Lim is a Provisional Member with the Singapore Association for Counselling. She is trained in DBT.

Josephine Lim


 It is important that you are making progress on the goals that you have set for yourself. We will be there to guide and encourage you, as you embark on this journey together.​​

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