We work alongside our patients on their journeys towards regaining and maintaining optimal psychological, cognitive and social functions. Our psychologists are committed to providing timely support to our patients as they manage life’s challenges and ultimately, enhance their psychological well-being.
Psychological Health For All
Our Psychologists draw upon current research and evidence-based approaches in the delivery of psychological interventions and therapies for a range of issues encountered across the lifespan. When you contact our service you will be referred to a member of our team who has experience in dealing with your presenting concerns.
Our areas of practice include:
- Interpersonal Difficulties
- Marital, Family & Relationship Issues
- Obsessions & Compulsive Behaviour
- Pain Management
- Post-traumatic Stress
- Psychotic Illnesses
- Recovery from Childhood Trauma
- Social Anxiety
- Sleep Problems
- Sexual Identity
- Gender Identity / Gender Dysphoria
- Workplace related issues
Employee Assistance Programme
Our Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) aims to promote mental health and well-being for employees through the provision of services which include confidential face-to-face counselling sessions/ online therapy sessions to that of training workshops.
PsycHealth (a member of Healthway Medical Group) is pleased to offer its psychological services to companies as part of the company’s EAP for employees. Our EAP service can be customized through our modular components to best suit the needs of the organisation.
Mr Eugene Tay is a Principal Psychologist and Programme Director at Psychealth Practice, a member of Healthway Medical Group. He has an extensive background working with adolescents, adults and couples across clinical, corporate as well as military settings.
Mr Eugene views psychological therapy as an opportunity for clients to share, reflect and process collaboratively with a professional through their psychological or emotional issues faced, and is person-centric and emphatic in helping his clients work toward their therapeutic goals