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Restore Your Peace

Episode FiftY-two

The capacity to manage emotions can enhance our effectiveness and relationship at work. It helps us to be more optimistic, focused, and resilient. In our latest episode of the Restore Your Peace podcast, Senior Therapist Lena Chew, who specialises in Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), Short-term Counselling and Expressive Therapy, shares the way our survival instincts affect our emotions and the strategies to regulate emotions effectively in the workplace.

Episode FiftY-three

Short-term counselling is helpful for individuals who need help addressing current challenges and learning skills to deal with the issue. In our latest Restore Your Peace Podcast, Our Senior Therapist, Lena Chew, who specialises in short-term counselling and Expressive Therapy, gives us a brief insight on short-term therapy for relationship challenges. Tune in to find out more.

Episode FiftY-FOUR

Grief is a natural response to loss: whether it is the loss of a loved one to death, relationship, pregnancy, job or way of life. In this week's episode, Abigail Yang, a Senior Therapist at Restoring Peace, shares more about individual and group grief therapy and how it can play a pivotal part of the grieving process. Abigail is a certified Grief Therapist and works with individuals and families for anticipatory grief, bereavement and various types of grief.

Episode FiftY-FIVE

Filial play coaching is a family therapy intervention that empowers parents to bring about positive changes in their children and themselves through Play. In this episode, Tsui Ling, a senior therapist at Restoring Peace, explains more about the process of this intervention and how families can benefit from it. Tune in to find out more. 

Episode FiftY-six

Anxious attachment (also known as anxious ambivalent attachment) develops in early childhood and is often the result of misattuned and inconsistent parenting. Children with insecure, anxious attachment often grow up with low self-esteem and intense fear of rejection or abandonment, which leads to difficulty maintaining healthy relationships.

On this episode of the Restore Your Peace podcast, Shi Lim, a counsellor at Restoring Peace, explains the co-relationship between low self-esteem and an anxious attachment style and shares tips on regulating the anxious attachment in relationships.

Episode FiftY-seven

Parenting in the 21st century has undergone a profound transformation, shaped by rapid technological advancements, family structures, and shifting societal expectations. Parents face unique challenges and opportunities in this era as they navigate the digital age and engage in more open and inclusive discussions about parenting styles, roles, and responsibilities. In this episode, Lena Soh, a senior therapist with Restoring Peace, shares more about the topic and her insights into her parenting journey.

Episode FiftY-eight

Parenting support groups are vital for parents navigating the challenging yet rewarding journey of raising children. These groups offer a safe and nurturing space where mums and dads can mutually share experiences, seek advice, and find comfort in knowing they're not alone in their parental struggles. In this episode, Lena Soh, a senior therapist with Restoring Peace, shares more about the benefits of parenting support groups and her experiences from the perspective of a parent and facilitator.

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