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Dealing with illnesses or disabilities can be a challenging experience, affecting not only the individuals facing them but also their loved ones.

If you or your family members ever find yourselves feeling overwhelmed and in need of extra assistance to better understand and manage these challenges, please do not hesitate to reach out to our ​Medical Social Workers, who can provide guidance and support in your journey.


Types of C​ounselling

  • ​Individual Counselling
  • Marital & Couple Relationship Counselling
  • Family Therapy and Mediation
  • Advance Care Planning (ACP)
  • Grief and Bereavement
  • End of Life
  • Coping with Illness
  • Addictions
  • Rehabilitation and Disability
  • Financial Management
  • Support Groups

Crisis Interventions

  • Family violence/ Abuse
  • Mental Health crises
  • Trauma
If you are facing a crisis and are unable to keep yourself safe, please call:​
Agency NameIssue
Contact details
Operating hours
Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) Crisis help
1800 221 4444 or 1767​
24 hours
IMH Helpline
Psychiatric emergencies
6389 2222
24 hours
National Anti-Violence Helpline (NAVH) Child abuse, elder abuse, vulnerable adult abuse, family violence
1800 777 0000​
24 hours

1. How would counselling help?

Counselling offers a safe and supporting environment to discuss and navigate challenging emotions you may be experiencing.

These conversations and explorations can lead to a deeper understanding of your thoughts, feelings and actions. Ultimately, these insight can provide greater clarity on how to improve your ability to cope with stress and the challenges you are facing.

2. ​​​What can I expect when I speak to a MSW?

When seeking counselling support, you will be encouraged to openly discuss your present circumstances, thoughts, feelings, and your past experiences. This sharing helps our MSWs gain a better understanding of your situation and the challenges you face.

You will be encouraged to discuss coping strategies, re-evaluate your thoughts and feelings, and work with our MSWs to improve your coping skills. The process may span several sessions, and if needed, our MSWs may refer to our community partners like Family Service Centres, Community Case Management Services, Counselling Centres, and etc for ongoing support with your consent.

Contact Us​


Call: 6361 6004​

Office hours:

Mondays to Fridays​
8.00am to 5.00pm


Sundays & Public Holidays