Eunice Seah

Educational Qualifications:

  • Master of Psychology (Clinical), James Cook University, Singapore
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours)(Psychology), University of Queensland, School of Health and Behavioural Sciences
  • Bachelor of Arts (Pass with Merit)(Psychology), National University of Singapore

Academic Appointments:

  • Clinical Practice Facilitator & Team Based Learning Content Expert at Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University Singapore (NTU)


  • Certification as a Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Practitioner


  • Written a book chapter for the published book "Solution Stories in Asia: A Collection of Inspiring Examples of Solution Focused Practice" (Editors: Mr Dave Hogan, Ms Debbie Hogan and Dr Jane Tuomola)
  • Co-authored the following journal article "Overlapping Melodic Alarms Are Almost Indiscriminable"
  • Co-authored the following conference paper "Auditory Alarms, Medical Standards, and Urgency"


  • Children (7-12 years)
  • Adolecents
  • Adults
  • Couples
  • Families

Eunice Seah

Senior Clinical Psychologist

Eunice Seah

Eunice has over 16 years of clinical experience as a psychologist who had provided psychological therapy and assessments across various institutions which include special education schools, the juvenile and adult judicial systems, public hospitals, a mental healthcare institute and at another private practice. She has worked with a range of individuals which include children and adults with special needs, youth and adults with a history of sexual/violent offences as well as youths and adults with mental health conditions, together with other important stakeholders (e.g. families, schools, the courts). For the past 12 years, Eunice has since worked with adults, youths and individuals with special needs who have mental health concerns. Above all, Eunice advocates the significance of positive mental health together with purposeful, fulfilling lives for the individuals she works with, beyond their symptoms and regardless of their history.

Eunice is passionate about walking with her clients on their unique life-enhancing and self-discovery therapeutic journey. She strongly believes that therapy provides a safe, non-judgemental space for clients’ disclosure, learning, self-discovery and finding their way to a meaningful life. Eunice further believes that people have strengths (including hidden ones) and are capable of change, as long as they are willing to do so. Being a strong believer that every client is unique, Eunice attunes herself to each client’s needs to customise an eclectic blend of therapeutic approaches and conversations. Her clients can expect therapeutic conversations that are often facilitated by Eunice’s thought-provoking questions and interventions that are customised and constructed together with clients, and supplemented by research and therapeutic approaches.

Eunice is a certified Solution-Focused therapist. She has also received training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Schema Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy, mindfulness practice (Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy, Mindful Self-Compassion). Eunice has also received training in Gottman Method of Couples Therapy, Play and Sand Tray therapy, Transformational Chairwork and specific systemic therapy principles (e.g. Interventive interviewing, types of helpful and unhelpful interactional patterns), which she employs with individual clients, adolescents/their families as well as in her work with couples.

Eunice has an interest in working with adults, children, adolescents/their families and couples who commonly experience (but are not limited) to the following areas of difficulties:

  • Mood-related characteristics or conditions (e.g. prolonged low mood, energy and motivation changes, loss of interest, feelings of hopelessness, meaninglessness, suicidal thoughts; anxiety)
  • Difficulties with understanding, identifying and/or coping with emotions
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Grief and loss (e.g. Death of a significant person, loss and changes to one’s previous roles through caregiving, illness and terminated relationships)
  • Trauma (difficulties with making sense and coping with changes to oneself and daily life, after a significant and/or unusual negative incident(s)).
  • Communication difficulties (child/adolescent-family/parent interactions, couples)
  • School-related difficulties ( child/adolescents)
  • Self-esteem and confidence difficulties
  • Facilitation of exploring meaning, purpose, direction and values of one’s life

Eunice is also experienced in and available for psychological evaluations.

Outside of the clinic, Eunice is passing on her clinical experiences to healthcare colleagues and the public alike. She has taken on the role of a facilitator to teach clinical communication to medical students in a local medical school. Within the same school, Eunice will be teaching a mental health module to medical students based on her clinical expertise within a team-based teaching faculty. Previously, Eunice had provided training and consultations to community partners from residential facilities for adults with intellectual disability and was a speaker at the Singapore Mental Health Conference (2018).

Eunice is available to see clients as young as 7 years old through adulthood. She is able to communicate in English, Mandarin and Hokkien.


Dr. Sanveen Kang

Director & Principal Clinical Psychologist

Samantha Ng

Principal Counselling Psychologist & Team Lead

Parandaman T.

Principal Pediatric Forensic Psychologist & Trauma Program Lead

Danielle Buckley

Principal Coaching Psychologist

Benjamin Low

Senior Clinical Psychologist

Aneesha Sathiananthan

Senior Educational and Developmental Psychologist

Thivya Lakshmi

Senior Psychologist

Sonya Branson

Clinical Psychologist

Vanessa Orlati

Senior Associate Psychologist (Doctoral Candidate)

Cheyenne Lee

Associate Psychologist


Rachel Emmer

Principal Counselor

Giana Sharma


Diandra Andersen

Counsellor & Health Coach

Cheryl Frois

Counsellor & Family Therapist

Art Psychotherapists

Joshua Tan

Senior Psychotherapist & Art Psychotherapist

Michelle Baraba

Psychotherapist & Art Psychotherapist

Speech & Language Therapists

Blakesley Orr

Senior Speech and Language Therapist

Alison Kwok

Senior Speech and Language Therapist

Occupational Therapists

Kaitlin Morgan

Principal Occupational Therapist

Susan Ferguson

Senior Occupational Therapist

Abelle Wee

Senior Occupational Therapist

Educational Therapists

Mathana Balan

Senior Educational Therapist

Dr. Zainab Shaukat

ADHD Coach & Educational Therapist