Adelphi Psych Medicine Clinic was founded in August 2015 at The Adelphi, a lifestyle mall that is in close proximity to the City Hall MRT. It offers art therapy, clinical hypnosis, cognitive behavioural therapy, eye movement desentisation reprocessing (EMDR), and grief therapy, among others. Its goal is to improve the mental well-being of patients suffering from various conditions such as work or school-related stress, anxiety, insomnia, depression, mood and addiction disorders, and phobia. It also offers psychotherapy and medico-legal related issues such as mental capacity affecting legal competency.
Adelphi Psych Medicine Clinic features a comfortable environment where patients can feel cared for throughout their journey. Its team is composed of a highly experienced psychiatrist, psychologists, and therapists who are deeply passionate about helping patients achieve optimum mental health. Prior to going into private practice, the clinic’s team held clinical leadership positions in the civil service and restructured hospitals. They were also trained at various institutions both in Singapore and abroad including the National University of Singapore, Institute of Psychiatry at King’s College London, University of Queensland, and Edith Cowan University.
Dr. John Bosco Lee is the founder of The Adelphi Psych Medicine Clinic in Singapore. He specialises in forensic psychiatry, treatment of anxiety disorders, depression, trauma and grief-related therapy, assessment of legal competencies for wills as well as clinical hypnosis. He has over 22 years of experience as a doctor and 13 years as a psychiatrist. Dr. John’s advocacy is to help offenders with mental disorders get accurately assessed for their condition instead of just being subjected to the punitive aspect of the legal system. He strives to help such patients obtain appropriate treatment and rehabilitation so they can be prepared for their eventual recovery and re-integration into society.
Carolyn Kee Hsiao Ying is a highly experienced child and adolescent psychologist. She has several years of experience working with children and adolescents who have difficulties caused by stress, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, panic attacks, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and autism spectrum disorder, among others. She has been practicing for over 21 years and is committed to empowering individuals to build meaningful lives with courage, dignity and hope.
Dr. Matthew Woo is an Australia-trained clinical psychologist and EMDR (eye movement desentisation reprocessing) therapist. He specialises in working with patients suffering from mental health issues, mood-related disorders, anxiety, stress, and trauma. He also conducts assessments related to personality profiling and forensic evaluations.
Joanna Tan is a highly qualified art therapist with over 10 years of experience. She is a pioneer in the field of art therapy in Singapore and has years of experience working with children suffering from behavioural and emotional difficulties caused by neglect, abuse, and trauma.