Master of Counselling
(Candidate, Monash University)
Having experienced the early loss of an elder sibling and a nervous system disorder diagnosis that crippled her mobility for a season of her life, Daphne is no stranger to grief. From invaluable and varied multicultural experiences as a researcher and through her stint as a mission worker in Indonesia, Daphne has developed deep empathy and cultural humility towards individuals from different walks of life.
Helping people feel connected and seeing them succeed towards personal growth and life change has always been a strong passion of hers. Daphne believes that joy and courage can arise amidst challenging circumstances, and this has motivated her passion to embark on a reskilling journey towards becoming a professional people helper. She is currently studying for a Master of Counselling at Monash University.
Daphne aims to provide her clients with a safe, non-judgmental, and compassionate space to explore their life experiences. She desires to engender hope in their hearts through renewed perspectives as she journeys with them to discover their unique strengths and abilities.
She enjoys writing, nature walks, fruit/mint teas, good laughs, and living life exuberantly without regrets.
Person-Centred Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Psychological First Aid.
Type of cases she sees:
Anxiety, Depression, Decision-Making, Non-Suicidal Grief, Relationship Challenges (Individual Session), and Stress.
Weekdays and Weekends.
Consultation fee: Please refer to https://www.restoringpeace.com.sg/fees
Language: English, Mandarin, Bahasa Indonesia