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YGOS Counselling Sessions 

YGOS' counselling services provide support to children, youths, and families who may experience distress in parent-child relationships, including those who may be coping with mental, emotional, and behavioural challenges.


Our team of diverse and experienced counsellors, social workers, and youth workers are equipped to journey with you through this process. 


 We conduct single-session counselling using a wide range of approaches.

What is Single-Session counselling?


Single-session counselling is client-focused, where the client and counsellor work together, on a specific issue, with the understanding that they may only have one session of counselling.

It enables you to dictate your counselling journey:

  1. You may choose to discontinue/terminate if you are happy with the single-session counselling and/or do not feel the need for more sessions. 

  2. You may choose to proceed with another single session of counselling. 

  3. You may choose to switch to ongoing counselling support.

It is rooted in the hope that everyone has the ability to make immediate changes.

A focused and strength-based approach in a single session can enable clients to walk away with the following: 


  • Feeling “unstuck”

  • Have actionable first steps to deal with the issue they are facing

  • Reframe the issue they are struggling with

  • Help them to think differently

  • Do something different

Theoretical & Practice Orientation (The Team)

We are a team of counselling & social work professionals with training and from diverse backgrounds. We adopt an eclectic approach that combines aspects of different approaches to meet the needs of individuals and their families. 


Professional Accountability & Support

As part of the centre's belief in professional accountability and support, all counsellors undergo regular supervision by the professional staff team, as well as with external consultants.

Mode of Counselling

Online & Face-to-Face


Areas of Counselling Services We Provide

- Youth mental health support

- Parent-child relationship (mediation & intervention)

- Addiction (smoking & vaping cessation)

- Youth developmental issues 

- Play as a form of therapy


Counselling Fees

  • The counselling fee is charged at $80 (w/GST) per hour, for all counsellee.

  • Children & and youths who are below the age of 18 are required to obtain consent from parents/legal guardians for counselling. 

  • All counsellee is required to fill in a registration form & make payment prior to the counselling session. 


Counselling Form Subsidy

Low-income families (who fit into the criteria) will be subsidised at the price of $40 (w/GST) per hour, for all counsellees. 


Make an Appointment

Please WhatsApp: between 10 am and 6 pm, our executive staff will get back to you within 3 working days.

  • Referrals can be made by family members, friends or other professionals. We would still require the individual to call or apply personally to ensure relevant information is provided for appropriate assessments. 



The counsellors are members of professional bodies such as the Singapore Association of Counselling (SAC) and accredited Social Workers by the Social Work Accreditation and Advisory Board (SWAAB), thereby abiding by the Code of Ethics of the relevant associations.

Whilst we appreciate and respect clients' need that information from the sessions is kept confidential and private, there are limits to the boundaries of confidentiality.


Our counsellors abide by the Code of Ethics, but we also value life and living as part of humanity.

When there's potential harm to self or others, the therapists are duty-bound to inform relevant persons who can best make relevant and responsible action to prevent such injury or harm.

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