Dr. Kaili Chen

Is it Time for a Digital Detox?

Technology has and will continue to change the way that we communicate with one another. In a survey conducted by the American Psychological Association in 2016 to understand the correlation between technology use, stress, and health, 74 percent of respondents endorsed owning a smartphone while 55 percent owned a tablet. With the emergence of social

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Lora Lee

Co-parenting with a difficult parent?

Every family faces its own challenges; however, many high conflict divorces share the same dilemmas and woes. One that I frequently see, is “gatekeeping behaviour”.  Gatekeeping is when one parent displaying traits of a high conflict personality e.g. constant criticisms, arrogant statements, preoccupation with themselves, disparaging remarks about their ex-partner’s parenting or demands for admiration

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Bhavna Bharvani

Codependency in Relationships

  In loving relationships, it is natural to put another’s needs first. Because of this, it can be difficult to tell when putting someone else’s needs first meets the threshold of codependency. As a result, codependency often and unfortunately goes under-recognized as a relationship problem. This is an issue, and more information needs to be

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Lori Chau

One Small Change to Make Your Relationship Stronger

It’s that time of year again where some of us are busy writing our New Year’s resolutions, but how many of us have included, as a priority, on our lists to work on ‘strengthening our relationship’ with our partner or spouse? If you haven’t done so, let’s include one small change in the way we

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Dr. Sharmeen Shroff

‘Tis the season to be mindful of your mental health

Christmas is meant to be a time of joy and happiness, but for some the festive season can be anything but jolly. The pressure to feel, and be seen, to be having a good time can be overwhelming. There are temptations to overindulge in food and alcohol, expectations to socialise with friends and family, pressure

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Child Psychology
Dr Natalie Loong

Play Therapy – Much More Than Just Play!

Since the birth of her sister a few years ago, 6-year-old Jean* had been experiencing daytime and night time wetting almost daily, despite having been successfully toilet trained in the past. After consulting a physician to rule out medical causes and trying bedwetting alarms to no avail, Jean’s parents brought her to see me. I

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