Eve LEE  

Registered Psychologist

MSc (Applied Psychology), BSc (Psychology)

Registered Psychologist (SRP) with Singapore Psychological Society and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) registered with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (USA)

Fee: S$200 per session

Languages spoken: English, Mandarin

Eve is a Registered Psychologist (SRP) with Singapore Psychological Society and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) registered with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (USA). She obtained her Masters in Applied Psychology, majoring in behavior analysis, under University of Waikato (New Zealand) and her Bachelors of Psychology from James Cook University (Singapore). Eve began her career mentoring young adults diagnosed with mental health disorders and impart social skills training. Upon the completion of her degree, she spent the following 10 years in the autism sector, training and teaching adults diagnosed with moderate to severe autism in the area of emotion regulation, managing activities of daily living and appropriate social skills. Eve was also largely involved in supporting caregivers and training staff in the teaching and care for persons with autism.

Eve's specialty lies in the analysis of complex behavior and using cognitive and behavior principles to help individuals overcome daily challenges such as relationship problems, work stress, caregiving stress, traumatic experiences, anxiety and depression. Eve is currently undergoing training and certification as a Cognitive Behavior Therapist. Treatment modalities which will be adopted in her therapy will include Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Schema Therapy (ST), all of which are evidence-based therapies tweaked according to the needs of each patient.

Eve believes strongly in having a strong therapeutic relationship with her patients; seeing it being a critical factor to a successful treatment. She is passionate and committed to support individuals in their battle against psychological challenges. Through psychoeducation, collaborative work, guided discovery, and support, everyone can be empowered to lead a valued and meaningful life.