Alyssa Rose Fernandez

Alyssa Fernandez
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  • Individuals
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  • Video
  • Live chat

The biggest communication problem is we do not listen to understand. We listen to reply.” – Stephen R. Covey

Alyssa believes that taking the first step to talk about one’s difficulties requires courage. She therefore offers a non-judgemental listening ear in the hopes of creating a safe environment in which clients may feel more comfortable.

Previously a counsellor in a family service centre, she worked with individuals and families experiencing social difficulties, relationship problems, anger issues, grief and loss, educational stress, adjustment issues, workplace challenges, and more. Acknowledging that every client’s struggles are unique, Alyssa believes that counselling approaches should be tailored to each client’s situation.

A strong supporter of evidence-based practice, Alyssa has conducted numerous research studies and programme evaluations on topics such as family life, at-risk youths, active ageing, intergenerational bonding, children with special needs, divorced families, and transnational families. The findings have been shared at local and international conferences.

Alyssa obtained her Master of Counselling from Monash University, Australia, and a Bachelor of Business Management, with majors in Corporate Communication and Psychology, from Singapore Management University.

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Contact us:

If you have any questions, feel free to reach us over email (contact@talkyourheartout.com), phone (6502 2840) or WhatsApp (9831 0005).

Educational qualifications / certifications:

  • Master of Counselling (Monash University, Australia)
  • Bachelor of Business Management with double major in Corporate Communication and Psychology (Singapore Management University)

What Alyssa can help you with:

  • Stress and anxiety
  • Depression
  • Mood regulation, including anger management
  • Burn out
  • Work related stress and anxiety
  • School and academic stresses
  • Relationship or marital issues, including divorce and separation
  • Sexual orientation struggles
  • Unemployment issues
  • Adjustment issues (such as moving countries)
  • Family issues, including intergenerational bonding
  • Minority issues

Languages:

  • English