Parent Counselling Singapore

As a parent, you are an integral part of your child’s life, and the love and care you provide has a lasting impact on their emotional and physical development. Parenting can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience, but it can also be challenging and overwhelming at times. When you are faced with difficult situations or unexpected changes in your family dynamic, it can be hard to know where to turn for support.


That’s where counselling can help. It can provide a safe and supportive space for you to explore your feelings, gain new insights, and develop healthy coping strategies. It can also help you strengthen your communication skills and relationships with your children and loved ones.


Don’t be afraid to seek out the help you need. You don’t have to navigate these challenges alone. A qualified counsellor can provide the guidance and support you need to work through your struggles and find greater peace and happiness in your life.


Remember, you are not alone. Many other parents have faced similar challenges, and counselling can help you find the strength and resilience to overcome them. Take this important step for yourself and your family, and seek out the support you deserve.

What parent counselling can help with ?

Parent Counselling Examples

Counselling can be a helpful resource for parents in a variety of situations. Some common reasons why parents seek counselling include:


  • Struggling with the challenges of parenting, such as managing difficult behaviors, setting boundaries, and helping their child cope with emotions.
  • Coping with the stress of balancing work, family, and other responsibilities.
  • Navigating major life transitions, such as a divorce or the loss of a loved one.
  • Navigating the challenges of having a newborn or new additional child into the family
  • Coming to terms with a child’s health diagnosis or disability diagnosis
  • Dealing with conflicts within the family or with their partner.
  • Communication issues stemming from generation gap


Counselling can provide a safe, supportive space for you to explore your feelings, gain new insights, and develop healthy coping strategies. It can also help you develop stronger communication skills and strengthen your relationships with your children and loved ones.It can make a significant difference in your own well-being and in the well-being of your family.


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How does parent counselling work?

There are many different approaches to parenting counselling, and the approach that is most effective for you and your family will depend on your specific needs and goals. Some common approaches to parenting counselling include:


  • Behavioral therapy: This approach focuses on helping parents understand and change their children’s problematic behaviors through the use of positive reinforcement and other behavior modification techniques.
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT): This approach helps parents identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviors that may be contributing to their parenting challenges.
  • Family therapy: This approach focuses on improving communication and relationships within the family as a whole, rather than focusing solely on the individual parent or child.
  • Attachment-based therapy: This approach focuses on helping parents understand and strengthen the emotional bond with their child, particularly in cases where the child has experienced trauma or attachment issues.
Behavioural Therapy
Cognitive-behavioral therapy
Family therapy

During parent counselling sessions, the therapist will work with you to identify and understand the issues you are facing and develop strategies to overcome them. This may involve exploring your feelings and thoughts, examining your parenting style and beliefs, and teaching you new skills and techniques for managing difficult situations.


The therapist may also work with you to develop a treatment plan that addresses your specific needs and goals. This may include setting goals, identifying strategies for achieving those goals, and regularly reviewing progress.


Parent counselling can be conducted individually or with your partner or other family members, depending on the specific needs of your family. The number of sessions required will vary depending on the specific challenges and goals of the parent or family. Some people may benefit from a few sessions, while others may need ongoing support to address more complex issues.


Overall, parent counselling is a supportive and effective way to address the challenges of parenting and improve your relationships with your children and loved ones.


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Counselling Psychologist

Sylvia Tan - Founder, Principal Counselling Psychologist, MPsych (SRP Registered)

Sylvia is a Counselling Psychologist practicing in Singapore. She holds a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology from Curtin University of Technology ( Perth, Western Australia) and is currently a registered counselling psychologist and a clinical supervisor with the Singapore Register of Psychologists (SRP). 


After her graduation in 2002, Sylvia lived and worked in Australia for many years before her relocation back to her home country Singapore in 2014. To date, Sylvia has over 20 years of experience working in a range of settings both in Australia and Singapore. 

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