Celine Lee, Counselling Psychologist
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology and Social Work, National University of Singapore
Master of Arts, Counselling Psychology, University of British Columbia
Celine Lee is a counselling psychologist with special interests in parent-adolescent relationships, fertility and pregnancy loss issues. Celine has exposure to different overseas contexts and is thus well equipped to handle clients from all manner of backgrounds.
She worked at a private practice in Canada with a range of clients from youth to retirees. She also worked with an agency advocating for children and families who have witnessed abuse. She is also familiar with the Rachel’s Vineyard program; a retreat for those coming to terms with pregnancy termination.
Celine has worked at Singapore’s Institute of Mental Health and Kingsmead Centre, which enriched her clinical experience and grounds her overseas experience in the Singaporean context. Having lived in Singapore, Canada and England, Celine embraces different cultures and appreciate how it shapes individuals, families, and worldviews. Celine enjoys helping clients overcome culture shock, the loneliness of living in a foreign land, and finding coping strategies with making the transition when moving from one sociocultural context to another.
As a complement to her clinical skills, Celine has also contributed to research in parent-child relationships. The research using Contextual Action Theory have been published in academic journals and well-received at Conferences.
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