B.Sc.(Spore); M.Sc (USA); Ed.S. (USA); PhD (USA)
Senior Faculty /Instructor (WGI USA & Singapore)
Specialist Diploma in Satir’s Model (Canada)
EMDR Level I & II

Clare has been a practising psychologist since 1991. She was RT Certified in 1991 and became a Faculty Member/Instructor in 1993. She has been a CTRT instructor since 1999. She conducts psychological assessments and uses approaches that she is trained in Reality Therapy, CBT, Virginia Satir, EMDR and Play Therapy in her work children, adults and families. She supervises Master program students in Psychology and Counselling, lectures at higher institutions, and conduct workshops for schools and private companies. She is a Senior Faculty member of the William Glasser Institute (US), a Full Member of APA, NASP, APT, SRP, SAC and a Registered Psychologist, Counselor and Supervisor.

M.Soc.Sc. in Counselling (University of South Australia)
CTRTC and Approved Faculty (WGI USA), Certified Human Behaviour Analyst (DISC)
Emotion-Focused Therapy, Level 3, (EFT Clinic, York University, Canada)
Emotionally-Focused Couple Therapy, Advanced (ICEEFT, Canada)
Principal Counsellor, Psychotherapist,Clinical Supervisor

Evelyn is a Registered Counsellor and Clinical Supervisor of the Singapore Association for Counselling (SAC), Professional member of the American Counselling Association (ACA), Registered Social Service Practitioner with Singapore Association of Social Workers (SASW), and a Faculty member of William Glasser International.

Evelyn brings with her over a decade of counselling and therapy experiences; working with youths, adults, parents, couples and families on issues ranging from emotional, behavioural, relational, motivational, grief, life-stage difficulties, parenting and marital to mental health issues. She provides consulting, counselling, training and supervision work with Family Service Centres (FSCs). With her extensive training experiences, she is also an external lecturer and clinical supervisor with Swinburne University of Technology as well as a clinical supervisor with Edith Cowan University and James Cook University.

In her work with Social Service Institute (SSI), she consulted and developed program, as well as provided training to professional helpers in supporting and working with people facing loss and grief issues. With the Health Promotion Board (HPB), she consulted and developed Peer Support Program for youths and had provided numerous training to youth leaders from NTU, SIM, ITE and Polytechnics. She takes great joy in facilitating others in their process of achieving personal and professional growth.

M. Soc Science (Counselling), BA (Psychology & Communication)
CTRTC & Approved Faculty (WGI International & Singapore)
EMDR II & EMDR Facilitator (EMDR Inst, USA) & Consultant (EMDR Asia)
Affect Regulation Therapy certified (Australia)
Neurofeedback (Practitioner)

Linda is a psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer in private practice. She has 20 years of counselling experience, 16 of which she has also been facilitating clinical supervision and training. She has been actively involved in WGI (Singapore) since 2004. Linda is also trained and qualified in EMDR and is an EMDR Institute Facilitator & Consultant. She is also certified in Affect Regulation Therapy. Her most recent training development is as a Neurofeedback Practitioner. Linda is a registered counsellor, clinical supervisor and trauma counsellor with Singapore Association for Counselling, a Professional member of the American Counselling Association, and she holds Association memberships with WGI (International & Singapore) and EMDR Singapore.

Linda has conducted several Basic Training groups, and also several Basic Practicum and Advanced Practicum in CT/RT since 2005. Participants have included counsellors and other helping professionals in varying sectors, teachers, and individuals from other walks of life. Linda lives and breathes Dr Glasser’s key philosophies in CT/RT and internalizes his ideas and techniques in her personal as well as professional life. She firmly believes that if everyone could learn how to relate constructively, positively and in non-controlling ways with one another (a key idea in CT/RT), while being able to satisfy their Basic Needs in non-destructive ways, people will certainly be much happier!