Practicum Clinic

Free counselling service with Rogerian Psychology Centre Singapore – Practicum Clinic. The therapy and counselling session will be conducted by Monash University Masters in Counselling programme students. If finance is an issue (with evidence), counselling service may also be available for free.

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

Rogerian Psychology Singapore Practicum Clinic

Is an approved practicum placement centre by Monash University Australia for their Masters in Counselling Programme.

Trainee Therapists
Rebecca Chia

Rebecca is a counsellor-in-training pursuing her Masters in Counselling from Monash
University. Her counselling approach is strongly influenced by Carl Rogers’ person-centred
therapy, where she applies the concepts of active listening, non-judgement and empathy to
understand and appreciate her client’s point of view. She hopes that through establishing a
positive relationship with her clients, her support can empower them to lead more self-
fulfilling lives. Her areas of interest are in stress, anxiety, depression, relationships, self-
esteem, gender identity and sexual orientation. As a freelance tutor for secondary school
students, she seeks to nurture the joy of learning. Her patient disposition also lends itself
well to guiding those with learning disabilities. More recently, she began volunteering as a
mentor for at-risk youths.

Rebecca Chee

Rebecca is a trainee counsellor 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.

Fion Zheng (No longer an intern and have graduated from supervised internship)

Fion is a counsellor student and is pursuing her Master’s degree in Counselling from Monash University. She holds a Graduate Certificate in Education Studies and a Certificate in Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT).  She graduated from Nanyang Technological University with a Bachelor in Business Studies. 

It was a natural transition into the field of counselling for Fion with the majority of her work experience in corporate aviation. She saw how the mental health of friends and colleagues was impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic, and recognises the importance of mental health care. Having lived in Singapore, Hong Kong and London, Fion has a deep understanding of cross- cultural issues and the adjustment process to new environments. She hopes to empower clients with the skills and resilience to move towards a life of fulfillment even in the face of adversity. She strives to provide a warm, empathetic, and safe space for clients to share their challenges, and adopts a personalised approach to meet their needs. She is currently training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. 

Fion offers counselling to individuals experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, parenting issues and provides emotional support for women during pregnancy and postnatal period as well as in fertility concerns. Fion is LGBTQIA+ affirmative. She speaks English, Mandarin and Cantonese.