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Jennifer Chew
Provisional Clinical Member (SAC)

Masters in Counselling
(Swinburne University)

Jennifer experiences grief and loss and the challenge of journeying with a loved one who struggles with anxiety and depression. Her experience as a caregiver motivated her to support people facing similar difficulties through professional counselling.


Married and a mother of two teenagers, Jennifer holds more than 20 years of experience counselling and mentoring teenagers, singles, couples and parents in both the community and faith setting. She is passionate about helping people acquire better relational dynamics by empowering them to make a positive difference in their families, career and society. Jennifer is an experienced speaker and has facilitated talks in small group settings on personal wellness and parenting topics. 


Jennifer worked in the IT Healthcare industry for more than ten years. Since her career transition, Jennifer has counselled various issues, including anxiety, depression, relationship and grief. She is passionate in helping individuals, couples, and families strengthen their interpersonal and intra-personal relationships.

Therapeutic Approaches:

Transactional Analysis/Re-decision Therapy, CBT, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Choice Theory, Emotionally-Focused Couple Therapy and Structural Family Therapy


Monday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday Afternoons

Consultation fee: Please refer to

Language: English, Mandarin

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