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Lilian Ing

BA Hons (Psychology), MA (Clinical Psychology), Pg Dip Adoption & Attachment, SFBT, SF Coaching

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Lilian: Welcome

I am a registered Clinical Psychologist (HPCSA and PSYSSA), Clinical Supervisor (CCPC) and Professionally Certified Coach (ICF). I have more than 25 years of professional experience, not only in clinical practice and supervision, but also in leadership and organisational development. Prior to moving to Singapore 14 years ago, I lived and worked in the UK, the USA and South Africa in corporate settings, the public/civil service and private practice.

I work across the lifespan, from children to the elderly, with individuals, couples, and families. I provide psychological assessment and therapeutic treatment for:

  • developmental and life stage concerns

  • grief

  • trauma

  • relationship issues

  • children’s emotional and behavioural difficulties

  • psychiatric disorders, including

    • psychoses

    • anxiety

    • depression

    • eating disorders

    • personality disorders

I believe strongly in improving parent-child relationships and am experienced in the field of attachment and adoption. As an expert witness, I have advised on the best interest of the child and parent-child relationships during and post-divorce.

 

Originally trained in psychodynamic therapy, behaviour therapy and family systems therapy, I have since been certified in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (CCPC), Gottman Couples Therapy (L2), Attachment-based EMDR (L2) and as an Enneagram Practitioner. I also draw on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Theraplay and other modalities to best suit your needs.

I serve on the international board of Solution Focus in Organisations (SFIO) and am an associate with a number of international consultancies. I have also contributed to publications and books on psychotherapy, adoption, consulting, change management and coaching, published in the UK and Singapore.

Lilian: About
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