Shirley Woon

  • Master in Soc Sc (Professional Counselling)
  • Certificate in Family Therapy
  • Registered Member of Association for Psychotherapists and Counsellors
    Singapore (APACS)
  • Registered Provisional Clinical Member of the Singapore Association for
    Counselling (SAC)
  • Registered trainer with the Ministry of Education (MOE)

Shirley has been helping many people for many years. Her warmth and outgoing personality enable those around her to feel safe confiding in her. She handles various challenging issues in life professionally and, with much empathy. All who have met her found her to be a people-person, comfortable to talk to and very authentic.

She has cross-cultural experiences, having stayed in both the United States of America, and China for a couple of years with her husband and children. When she returned to Singapore with her family in 2012, she saw the many needs in our affluent society, and decided to get herself certified as a professional counsellor so that she could reach out to a greater audience. Today, she holds a Master of Social Science in Professional Counselling, and a Certificate in Family Therapy. She is a qualified facilitator of Torn Asunder, an affair recovery programme. Shirley also facilitates with the Singapore Prison Services, Drug Rehabilitation Center and the Changi Women’s Prison, helping the men and women there to adopt a healthy thinking pattern. She offers her counselling services to new students from the Executive Counselling and training Academy (ECTA) and the SIM International Academy. She is also a registered instructor with the Ministry of Education.

Her professional membership includes being a member of the Association of Psychotherapists and Counsellors Singapore (APACS), and a registered provisional clinical member of the Singapore Association for Counselling (SAC). She also volunteers with the Appropriate Adult Scheme for Young Suspects (AAYS)

Shirley’s experiences include helping youth at risk in schools, married couples with married life issues, parent and child relationship, people who have been incarcerated and individuals who struggle to live a healthy emotional life. She adopts the eclectic approach when helping her clients. Instead of asserting strict adherence to one particular therapy or school of thought, she makes use of elements from a range of therapeutic techniques, with the goal of establishing a course that is personally tailored to her client. She believes that each person that comes to her is a unique individual.

other team members

Ann Lui

Pamela Lie

Christian Chong