Masters of Art in Counselling  I Bachelor Degree in Psychology (Honours) I Trained in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Prepare-Enrich Certified Facilitator I Taylor-Johnson Temperament Analysis (T-JTA) Certified Practitioner

“Change is possible because the King has come”

~ Paul David Tripp


  • Stress & Anxiety 

  • Anger Issues 

  • Depression

  • Grief & Loss

  • Relationship Issues

Prior to counselling, Vicky worked as a teacher and a pastoral staff for a decade, where she guided, taught and engaged children and youth in both academic and spiritual aspects. Due to her years of experience working with children and youth, she is able to build rapport easily with them and it has also honed her sensitivity towards them through active listening and observing non-verbal cues. It was also through her interaction with them that she witnessed how challenging it could be for some of them, but with counselling, there is hope for the broken-hearted to grow and heal wholeheartedly. 

Vicky generally adopts a person-centred approach and is able to draw upon a few therapeutic approaches like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Psychoanalytic Therapy. She believes that through counselling, one will be able to learn how to embrace their present circumstances and to discover the inner resources they inherently have to deal with what they are going through during this season of their life, with the goal of becoming a better version of themselves. In her free time, Vicky enjoys scuba-diving, likes to travel and explore new experiences and hobbies. She is an extrovert who values her personal me-time and also enjoys socialising in small groups of friends.

Successful Client Stories

​One of Vicky’s clients was a male adult who suffered from a physical injury that affected his speech and his daily functioning. This in turn impacted his mental well-being as he began to isolate himself from others. At the end of 13 counselling sessions, the client gained confidence and was able to connect with others. He became aware that recovery is possible and that the situation is not as bad as he perceived it to be. Counselling has helped him to see hope in his situation in spite of the challenging circumstances.



Masters of Art in Counselling