Free Counselling Service

Free counselling service with Rogerian Psychology Centre Singapore – Practicum Clinic. Counselling service is available for free by Monash University Master of Counselling programme students as part of their placement requirements.

We provide counselling and therapy support for the following concerns:

  • Anxiety counselling
  • Anger management counselling
  • Addiction counselling
  • Parenting counselling
  • Cyberwellness counselling
  • Borderline personality counselling
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder counselling
  • Marriage and relationship counselling
  • Trauma counselling
  • LGBTQ+ counselling
  • Migrant counselling

Practicum Clinic

Rogerian Psychology Centre is an approved placement centre by Monash University Australia for their Masters in Counselling Programme.

Trainee Therapists

Rebecca Chee

Rebecca is a counsellor-in-training currently pursuing a Masters in Counselling from Monash University, and holds a Graduate Certificate in Education Studies, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies and Mass Communication from Murdoch University.

Over the course of her career in media, marketing and industry development, she has managed national and international campaigns and projects, allowing her to interact with diverse communities and teams across borders to gain a thorough appreciation of cultural and interpersonal nuances. With more than 10 years of experience in the public service assisting individuals and companies, particularly through the difficult pandemic period, transiting to counselling felt like a natural progression for her to help people further improve their well-being in all aspects of life.

Because of her background in film and writing, she has acquired an intuitive understanding of emotions and behaviours. Being a story creator herself, she is a strong advocate of supporting clients to be authors of their own lives. As such, she adopts a collaborative, person-centred approach when working with clients to identify and navigate challenges in ways that are tailored to their needs and connect to their unique strengths. Most importantly, she seeks to foster a safe, judgement-free space with unconditional empathy and warmth, where every person can process, heal and thrive.

Rebecca is LGBTQIA+ affirmative and is passionate about working with all individuals in various areas ranging from stress, anxiety, depression, self-esteem to relationship/family issues. She is fluent in English and speaks Chinese.

Mary Cheong

Mary is a counsellor-in-training who is currently studying towards a Master of Counselling with Monash University. She has degrees in accountancy and psychology, has worked in the
field of accountancy and is presently volunteering in the areas of social work and counselling. She has lived in New Zealand for about twenty years, and parts of her life in Malaysia and now in Singapore.

The exposure and experience with diverse communities have helped to reinforce a worldview of inclusion and enhance her understanding of cultural considerations when working among various segments of society.

Aligning with her empathetic and caring nature, as well as her appreciation for the inherent worth and dignity
of every human and their potential to flourish, counselling presents an avenue for her to make a difference in someone’s life. In journeying collaboratively with clients, she seeks to convey genuine care, non-judgemental and empathic understanding, encouragement and support, while she endeavours to affirm their inner resources, elicit their strengths and empower them towards life-enhancing outcomes.

Her approach to counselling is an
integrative one, that is underpinned by an overarching person-centred foundation, weaved in with elements from motivational interviewing, solution-focused, narrative,
psychodynamic, mindfulness and cognitive behavioural approaches.