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From time to time, all of us experience mood regulation issues, major life changes, complicated relationships or career setbacks.
Cope, heal and thrive with us.
Do it all online. At a time that’s convenient, from a place that’s accessible, and a cost more affordable to you.
Talk Your Heart Out… we are here to listen.
How it works
Sign up to view the availabilities of your selected Therapist / Coach. We offer online counselling and coaching sessions after work hours and on weekends. Enquire with us for in-person sessions.
Talk Your Heart Out’s counselling and coaching services are 100% private, affordable and of high quality. We offer the following benefits:
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What we help with
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As an older millennial growing up in Singapore, I did not understand talk therapy, and thought it was only for those with serious mental health illnesses or disorders.
Frequently asked Questions
Therapy and counselling are done online by having the client talk to the Therapist or Coach via video, audio, or a text-based live chat session, whichever preferred. This allows for increase in accessibility, affordability, and flexibility in scheduling after work or weekend sessions.
If you haven’t been feeling like yourself for more than two weeks (for example, you’ve been sleeping a lot more or less than usual, feeling irritable, find yourself snapping all the time, and have been feeling persistently low), a check in with a Therapist may be a suitable option to consider. You may wish to learn more about the warning signs to look out for.
Therapists include counsellors and psychologists. Counsellors are highly skilled in applying integrative therapies to assist people in working through their personal and emotional issues. Psychologists use evidence-based strategies to diagnose and manage more serious mental health illnesses and disorders non-medicinally over the long-term. You may find out more about them here.
Get in Touch
Leave us a message if you have any questions about our counselling services or would like to explore how we can collaborate with you.