Art therapy is a great way to help kids explore complex feelings that may be difficult for them to express verbally. Using art media as the primary mode of expression, this technique can be particularly beneficial for children experiencing challenges such as social anxiety, depression, ADHD, autism and physical disabilities. It can help with symptoms of stress, cognitive and sensorimotor functions, emotional resilience, self-esteem and self-awareness. Here in Singapore, Art Therapy SG offers art psychotherapy services that cater to children and adolescents with a range of learning differences, special needs and challenges. Helmed by art psychotherapist Chloë Benjamin, the clinic provides individual and family sessions, and tailored, on-site services and workshops for schools and organisations.

Chloë also conducts dedicated group sessions for students on campus to work on specific concerns and challenges that affect learning.

#03-01 GreenHub at Beach Road, 11 Beach Road |

Counselling for Children

Mind what Matters provides specialised psychotherapy, counselling and psychometric assessments for children who may be experiencing mental health problems, behavioural challenges or learning difficulties. The team of mental health specialists uses a variety of targeted and evidence- based techniques, tailored to address each child’s unique challenges and needs. The team also utilises clinically validated tests and assessment tools to identify any developmental or learning disorders your child might be facing. From these assessments, the best plan of action can be determined to help your child thrive.

From school stress and cultural adjustments to increased anxiety caused by the current COVID-19 situation, the everyday challenges that affect our children are complicated. And, when it comes to helping your child cope with those challenges, counselling can prove to be invaluable.

#01-03 Phoenix Park, 306 Tanglin Road 9172 9132 |

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