Li Nah Loh

Loh Li Nah
Li Nah Loh
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Life isn’t how you survive the thunderstorm, but how you dance in the rain.

— Adam Young

Having been in the academic and mental health professions for more than 20 years, Li Nah has extensive experience working with clients on stress, emotions and relationship issues.  

She believes that her clients are the true experts of their own lives, and guides them through their intuition, inner wisdom and personal strengths to journey with them towards self-discovery, self-acceptance and meaningful interpersonal relationships.  

Her counselling approach is person-centred and eclectic, and she employs a variety of experiential techniques such as breathing, guided imagery and meditation. Li Nah utilises therapeutic tools such as expressive art and narrative therapy, and provides a safe environment to her clients to work through any tough and complex emotions.

Li Nah is a trained counsellor with a Masters in Social Sciences (Counselling) from University of South Australia and has extensively worked with adolescents and adults. Her professional background includes being trained in schema therapy and mindfulness as well.

Having been a counsellor for the past 6 years, Li Nah has a multifaceted perspective on mental health issues and seeks to provide her clients with a non-judgemental listening ear so that their story and feelings are heard and validated. 

She helps clients with anxiety, depression, bereavement and non-death loss, school related stress and adjustment issues, social & behavioural difficulties, trauma and adverse childhood events (ACE).

Contact us:

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us at contact@talkyourheartout.com.

Educational qualifications / certifications:

  • Master of Social Science (Counselling) – University of South Australia
  • Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Sociology) – National University of Singapore

What Li Nah can help you with:

  • Stress and anxiety
  • Social anxiety
  • Self-esteem
  • Depression
  • Mood regulation, including anger management
  • Family and relationships, including separation & loss, parental stress
  • Family violence & abuse
  • Trauma or difficult childhood issues
  • Academic & school stresses
  • Work related stress & anxiety
  • Elderly issues
  • Work related stress & anxiety
  • Harassment & bullying
  • Gender identity or sexual orientation
  • Addictions
  • PTSD
  • OCD
  • Loneliness

Languages:

  • English
  • Mandarin Chinese
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