Therapy Services

We offer different types of therapy for a range of issues.

We work with
individuals, couples
and families.

Couple Therapy

Modern life often brings with it hectic schedules, communication breakdowns, and external stressors that can strain even the strongest relationships. Couple’s therapy offers a dedicated space for partners to openly communicate, heal emotional wounds, and learn effective strategies for problem-solving and conflict resolution. We provide a neutral and supportive environment where couples can gain insights into each other’s perspectives and find ways to foster a healthier and more harmonious partnership.

We offer couple therapy for a range of experiences:

◆ cheating, unfaithfulness, infidelity
◆ blaming the other party for significant events (e.g., abortion, miscarriage)
◆ frequent angry outbursts, use of violence
◆ entry to parenthood
◆ financial differences/pressure
◆ conflicts with the other party’s family members
◆ differences in preferences in sexual intimacy
◆ power imbalance (leading to contempt)
◆ lack of mutual understanding and support
◆ etc.

Individual Therapy

The demands of modern life, coupled with the prevalence of stressors such as work pressures, relationship complexities, and societal challenges, can often lead to emotional and mental strain. We provide a safe and confidential space for individuals to explore and navigate these difficulties. Our therapists offer valuable insights, coping strategies, and tools to manage anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. Moreover, in a world where the digital realm can sometimes isolate us, we offer genuine human connection, empathy, and guidance on your journey to mental well-being.

We offer individual therapy for a range of experiences:

◆ emotional issues (e.g., low mood, depression, etc.)
◆ social anxiety disorders
◆ anxiety disorders (e.g., obsessive-compulsive disorder)
◆ trauma-based conditions (e.g., sexual/physical abuse)
◆ low self-esteem
◆ recovering from a break-up
◆ interpersonal relationship issues (e.g., marital conflicts)
◆ academic and exam stress management
◆ work stress management
◆ domestic violence
◆ sexuality issues
◆ end-of-life issues/anticipatory bereavement counseling
◆ grief and loss

Family Therapy

In today’s fast-paced, interconnected world, families face a unique set of challenges. Balancing work, education, and personal commitments can lead to strained relationships and communication breakdowns. Family therapy provides a structured and supportive environment for families to address conflicts, improve communication, and strengthen their connections. We offer a safe space for open dialogue, allowing each member to express their feelings and perspectives. By equipping families with effective communication tools and strategies, family therapy helps reestablish meaningful connections, foster a sense of unity, nurture healthy, thriving family relationships.

We offer family therapy for a range of experiences:

◆ generational trauma
◆ stressful events (e.g., divorce, death, loss)
◆ communication patterns
◆ parenting issues
◆ behavioural problems (e.g., school refusal)
◆ marital problems


You may choose to have your therapy in-person or online.

Plan a visit

All sessions are by appointment only.
Walk-ins are not accepted.

What can I expect?

A family therapy session typically takes 60 to 90 minutes. While it is recommended for the whole family to be present for the session, the family therapist may also see a member individually when the need arises. In a session, each member will get the opportunity to share their thoughts and feelings, and the family therapist would explore family roles, rules, and behaviour patterns. The family therapist would facilitate the identification of issues that contribute to the problem, and work with the family to use their resources to resolve their problems.

Examples of issues that are discussed in family therapy are:
◆ stressful events (e.g., divorce, death, loss)
◆ communication patterns
◆ parenting issues
◆ behavioural problems (e.g., school refusal)
◆ trauma
◆ marital problems

Frequently Asked

We will analyze and help you understand how you and your partner get trapped in a vicious cycle of pushing each other away. This cycle is unique to the couple as it is based on each of your psychological profile. Understanding your unique cycle of interaction will help you be mindful of how you can choose to step out of this cycle and create a more wholesome and intimate cycle of connection instead.

Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples (EFCT) as pioneered by Dr Sue Johnson is the chosen strategy at The Anchored Space because of its effectiveness.

EFCT is a short-term structured approach that involves 8 to 20 sessions. For optimal results, each session is about 90 minutes (although clients can also opt for 60 minutes session).

It is important that your partner doesn’t feel forced to enter couple therapy. One way to help your partner feel more comfortable is to seek permission for the therapist to see your partner individually first. And if this is still too much for your partner, a 15-minute phonecall can be all it takes for your partner to address any of his/her concerns about couple therapy.

Still not able to get any buy-in? That is okay too because you can still learn to unfold your cycle (though it might take a longer time) when you work with our therapist.

Yes, as long as it is about two persons in a relationship :). EFCT has been used across various cultural groups (e.g., Europe, Asia), educational levels, with traditional couples, and non-traditional couples (including same-sex couples).

Getting Started

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Book an Appointment

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Our Studio

76 Playfair Road, Lobby 1
#04-02, Singapore 367996

Therapy Hours

Mondays to Sundays
9:00am to 7:00pm

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