When it comes to our children, Thrive Psychology Clinic understands just how to keep them engaged in their therapy and treatment plans with fun, interactive, and engaging therapy sessions that don’t only hold their attention, but they also instil a mindset that mental health conditions aren’t the end-all-be-all; they’re simply a part of life’s journey.
And at Thrive Psychology Clinic, our goal is to help our clients overcome these conditions so that they can thrive in all areas of their life.
Here’s how we can help:
Screening & Comprehensive Assessments
If you suspect that your child may be battling a mental health issue, Thrive Psychology Clinic can help to assess just what they’re experiencing. We provide formal screening and comprehensive assessments for a wide range of disorders.
We can assess a wide range of developmental and intellectual disabilities, and prepare formal reports for entry to Special Education (SPED) schools. Our Psychologists and Therapists will work with your child to help them complete a comprehensive assessment without the pressures that can often come along with taking an assessment. Our goal is to get an accurate read on your child’s experiences so that we can put together a comprehensive treatment plan that targets their unique needs.
At Thrive Psychology Clinic, our team of trained and certified Psychotherapists are well-equipped to provide a range of psychological therapies, including hypnotherapy, to help us understand the root of our client’s issues.
Remaining paramount to our entire approach is assessing issues and developing personalised treatment plans that target them effectively.
- Group Therapy
- Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy in which multiple clients work together in a safe and comfortable environment, under the guidance of a psychologist or psychotherapist who guides their interactions to achieve their individual therapy goals. At Thrive Psychology Clinic, group therapy primarily falls under the categories of Adult, Children, and Youth.
We provide comprehensive behavioural therapy for our patients to reverse negative behaviours in all areas of life. By working to promote healthy, positive behaviour choices and actions, we can help our children thrive.
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Neurocognitive therapy stands at the forefront of our psychological approach. At Thrive Psychology Clinic, we utilise highly advanced neurotechnology to assist our Psychologists in understanding neural processes in the brains of our clients’ in real-time and provide neurofeedback. This form of therapy can help to expand the brain’s ability to sustain attention and concentration for extended periods of time. Read more about neurocognitive therapy here.
At Thrive Psychology Clinic, our interventions are curated in an individualised manner and designed to help our clients thrive in areas such as:
- Auditory and visual processing
- Cognitive flexibility
- Decision-making abilities
- Spatial awareness
- Working memory
Animal-assisted therapy incorporates the tender lovingness of animals in treatment, to enhance clients’ mental health. At Thrive Psychology Clinic, our services involve a wide range of animals from dogs to horses. These animals are good sources of comfort and emotional support, and such therapy is useful in treating a wide range of mental health conditions, improving the well-being of clients of all ages.
Speech therapy aims to help clients with speech impediments overcome their verbal and language difficulties, which may be caused by a variety of neurological or developmental conditions.
At Thrive Psychology Clinic, we strive to use different types of therapies to improve clients’ functioning in their daily lives, of which communication is a vital aspect.
Music therapy is an established healthcare profession that uses research-based interventions to help clients reach general therapeutic goals outside the realm of music.
This form of therapy has been proven to effectively benefit many children, including those with autism, and down syndrome, with their speech and communication goals. These include articulation, stringing words together, and greetings, among many others.
Our board-certified music therapy professionals cater to a client’s specific needs, such as by writing customised songs with them. Indeed, it is a fun, innovative and creative way to accomplish your therapeutic goals for your child. Music therapy could help in areas such as:
- Reduction of anxiety
- Facilitating movement
- Pain management
- Encouraging the expression of feelings
- Increasing one’s motivation to stay engaged in his/her treatment
- And many more…
Art therapy is a therapeutic process that involves the use of creative expressions and techniques to communicate our profound thoughts and emotions into the physical.
This form of therapy has been proven to be effective in supporting all domains that encapsulate our well-being – physical, mental and emotional.
Art therapy encourages the bodily senses to interact with the mind and facilitates the regulation of the heartbeat, breath and muscle tone, creating a calming experience and allows one to be more in tune with the present moment. This combined creative process of mind and body-based art therapy makes it remarkably powerful and effective, and can be applied in both group and individual settings.
Virtual Reality Therapy
Virtual reality therapy (VRT) allows individuals to navigate through a variety of digitally created activities and environment. VRT can help clients build confidence in overcoming their fears, anxieties and traumas in a safe and controlled environment, and work towards a stable sense of peace and security in stressful situations and in everyday life. At Thrive Psychology Clinic, we are the first mental health clinic in Singapore to offer this form of therapy. Effective in treating conditions from anxiety and PTSD to autism, we tailor the treatment to fit each client’s unique individual profile of difficulties and challenges.
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Training & Workshops
In addition, we also offer workshops for parents and caregivers, so that they too can become equipped with the pertinent knowledge of their child’s conditions, as well as crucial techniques to help them continue their child’s therapeutic development at home.