APACS is represented in the Confederation of Counselling and Psychotherapy Association of Commonwealth Nations. At The Calming Ark, our clinical psychologist implements effective psychotherapy methods (see psychologist's profile) to instill self-understanding that encourage the adoption of new perspectives, attitudes and feelings towards one's life situations.
From 2004-2006 she worked as the in-house psychotherapist for A Company for Women a Singaporean gynaecological & obstetrics practice, with women experiencing post natal depression treatment singapore depression, adjustment to parenthood, infertility, miscariage, still birth, anxiety and depression, self harm, eating disorders, bereavement and grief issues.
My further professional qualifications include; Couple Therapy at the Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust, Treatment of Personality Disorders - Mentalization Based Treatment (MBT) at University College London (UCL) and the Anna Freud Centre; Experiential Dynamic Therapy (EDT) for Fragile Patients at Magdalene College Oxford University.
Jennifer is a licensed psychotherapist, having received a Master's Degree in Psychology from the University of Chapel Hill; a leadership coach with certifications in The Coaches Training Institute and Duke Integrative Health Coaching; and a program designer and facilitator.
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In order to be a registered psychologist, one is required to have completed at least a Master Degree in an applied field of psychology (e.g. clinical psychology or forensic psychology) and have undergone a minimum of 1000 hours of supervised psychological practice.
She was also invited to televised programmes to speak on topics such as depression and dementia on a local television series 小毛病大问题 and at their annual health carnival 《小毛病大问题 》保健展 2019 , and on caregiver burnout on Channel NewsAsia Annabelle in recent interviews shared in the Straits Times on the effects of isolation on seniors due to COVID-19 , in a local kindness publication The Pride (the publication of the Singapore Kindness Movement - remember Singa the Lion anyone?) on how victims can cope with workplace bullying , and the South China Morning Post on ageing Annabelle is featured monthly on Mediacorp Radio Love 972FM hosted by Violet Fenying.