EMCC provides counselling and preventive programmes for individuals and families regardless of race or religious affiliation. We seek to bring hope to broken relationships, restore them and impact lives.
Our counselling services helps those who are facing emotional, relationship, psychological and marital issues. We empower them to effectively manage personal, marital, family and organisational challenges.
Sessions may be video-recorded with client’s permission for personal review or supervision purposes only.
We offer the following services:
- Family Therapy
- Couple Therapy
- Individual Therapy
- School Counselling
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Anger Management
- Stress Management
- Trauma and Crisis Intervention
Marriage Preparation Programme
For couples planning to get married, “Beyond “I Do” equips them with the necessary skills to lay a strong foundation for a healthy marriage and harmonious family life. This is an interactive 4-session programme with a marriage inventory and a report customised to meet the couple’s needs. It creates a platform for them to discuss key and important issues.
EMCC provides clinical supervision for interns and therapists. Supervision Fees are charged at $150 per hour.
EMCC’s school counselling is carried out under the Enhanced STEP-UP (ESU) programme, an initiative by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (former MCYS) to help students who are refusing to attend school and are at risk of dropping out. It helps them to manage better psychologically, socially and emotionally. This will enhance their school life experience and help them remain engaged with the school education system.
Another EMCC school programme is to assist school counsellors with their case loads.
Employee Assistance Programme
An organisation can appoint EMCC for a contracted period of time to provide professional counselling services and/or hold talks and workshops for its employees. This will be carried out according to the fees and terms set in the contract.
Trauma and Crisis Intervention
Sometimes in the workplace, employees experience trauma when they undergo excessive stress that overwhelm their emotional or physical ability to cope. In such a crisis, our counsellors can be engaged to provide psychological care aimed at assisting the individuals to restore equilibrium to their biopsychosocial functioning and to minimise the potential for psychological trauma.