Re-Discover Your Self

Re-Discover Your Self

Get Unstuck From Difficult Emotions

Welcome To The Anchored Space 

If you are looking at getting unstuck from difficult emotions, you are at the right space. This is a space dedicated to fostering a transformative relationship with your self and with others. If you are seeking to reconnect with your inner essence, heal emotional wounds, and embark on a journey of self-exploration, you’ve come to the right place.

Our Expertise


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Depression is not just having low mood. It is a medical condition that involves a lingering sense of worthlessness and lack of meaning. This can sometimes lead to suicidal thoughts.

Stress & Anxiety

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Stress and anxiety can stem from work demands, relationships strains, and financial tensions. When left unaddressed, it can affect our sleep and co-exist with depression.


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Flashbacks, nightmares, intrusive thoughts of an event that you want to forget but cannot…

Family Conflict

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We cannot choose our family members but we can choose to improve our relationships. Unfold your communication patterns with your family members and build a healthier interaction style.

Panic Attacks

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Feeling out of breath and having racing heartbeat? It comes on as a sudden attack and consequently, it is affecting your work. Learn how you can overcome panic attacks with proven psychological techniques.

Toxic Relationships

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It only takes one toxic relationship to affect us. Whether this is a parent, a romantic partner, or a sibling…it is important you get to re-build and re-define who you want to be.


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When was the last time you woke up feeling refreshed? Having restorative sleep is crucial for a well-rested soul and for you to live life fully.


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When betrayal sets in, it can feel like the whole world is crumpling. Anger, hurt, fear, resentment, confusion, self-doubt are some of the feelings that keep re-surfacing no matter how you try to distract yourself. Don’t be alone, we can help.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

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Preoccupied with doing things in a specific order so that it feels “right” although you know it might not make sense? Don’t be chained by OCD, you can learn to face your obsessions without giving in to the compulsions.


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If you are engaged in self-harm, it’s about this emotional pain you are trying to distract your self from. It doesn’t have to hurt this way, let us work with you.

Job Loss or Change

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For many of us, work is a huge part of our lives. Losing a job can throw us into deep despair and a sense of uncertainty. Talk to our career coach about how you can take a proactive direction for your career.

Someone to Talk To

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It is important to have someone to talk to. This is different from journaling and it is not the same as talking to a friend. We are trained to listen in a way that you can get better clarity about yourself and what you want in life.

We Work With Individuals,
Couples, & Families

Couple Therapy

Individual Therapy

Family Therapy

Frequently Asked Questions

Asking questions is the first way to begin change

Will what I share be treated with confidentiality?

Yes. For therapy to be effective, it is important you feel safe with your therapist. So yes, we take your confidentiality very seriously. We will never reveal any information about you unless you want us to (e.g., to update your psychiatrist). Consent from you must be obtained before we could do so.

We want to be upfront with you. There are three specific situations where confidentiality does not apply:

– when you are of threat to yourself,
– when you are of threat to others, or
– when the court of law requires the information

What is the difference between a psychiatrist and a clinical psychologist?

Both are mental health professionals. The difference lies with how they help. Psychiatrists help by prescribing medications while clinical psychologists employ a variety of therapy methods.

What is the difference between a counsellor and a clinical psychologist?

A counsellor is trained to address a range of issues (e.g., work stress, grief). On the other hand, a clinical psychologist is trained specifically to address mental health issues (e.g., OCD, panic disorders). There are certain issues where both counsellors and clinical psychologists are able to address.

I made an appointment. What if I can't make it for some reason?

Inform us at least 24 hours ahead of your scheduled session to avoid incurring fees.

How much and how long is each therapy session? Is it okay to extend the session?

Each session is 60 minutes. Some clients request for a 90-minute session and that’s fine too. For optimal results, a session should not go beyond 90 minutes. You can ask your therapist for an extension of a session if you feel it will help.

Consultation with a psychologist: SGD$250/hr
Consultation with a counsellor: SGD$200/hr (individual); SGD$300/hr (couple)
Consultation with a career coach: SGD$100/hr

How many sessions will I need?

The number of sessions depends on the issues you want to work on. Some clients achieve their goals within 4 sessions. Many require 10 to 12 sessions (for short-term goals). Therapy can also be lifelong as a regular part of your personal well-being regime.

Getting Started is Easy


Free 10-Min Chat

Can’t tell whether you should see a psychologist or a counsellor? Call us!

Complete Registration

Fill up an electronic registration form

Book An Appointment

A link will be provided for you to select a slot. You’re all set for your first session!


76 Playfair Road, Lobby 1
#04-02, Singapore 367996
+65 8860 4403


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