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.
<p>Dr. John Bosco Lee completed both his MBBS and Masters in Psychiatry from the National University of Singapore. In 2012, he also completed his Masters in Clinical Forensic Psychiatry from King’s College London where he won the Barry Prize. He also pursued his specialist training in clinical hypnosis from the London College of Clinical Hypnosis. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine Singapore, an Associate of King's College, and a member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis. </p> <p>Prior to going into private practice, Dr. John worked in the civil service for 20 years. Specialising in forensic psychiatry, he worked for about 10 years in forensic related postings at different institutions including the Institute of Mental Health, Changi Prison Complex, and Singapore Armed Forces. He also headed a government agency’s psychiatric outpatient and inpatient service before he established The Adelphi Psych Medicine Clinic. His goal is to provide the highest standard of care for various types of people, including students and professionals, who suffer from mental health issues that affect their professional and personal life. </p> <p>Dr. John’s advocacy is to help offenders with mental disorders in the legal system. He advocates for their rights to be accurately assessed before sentencing so they can be provided with appropriate treatment. His goal is to help these people also receive rehabilitation so they can be prepared for their eventual recovery and re-integration into society.</p>
<p>Joanna Tan completed her Bachelor of Arts at the National University of Singapore and her Masters in Art Psychotherapy at Edith Cowan University in Australia. She is a pioneer in the field of art therapy in Singapore, which she uses in helping children suffering from trauma, abuse, and neglect. </p> <p>Aside from being an experienced art therapist, Joanna is also an educator, clinical supervisor, group facilitator, and an artist. In 2006 and 2013, she was appointed as a clinical supervisor of the masters of art therapy programme at the Lasalle College of the Arts. She also conducts professional training and supervision for counsellors and therapists in her private practice. She is an approved play therapy supervisor by the Play Therapy International. </p> <p>Joanna has experience working with adults in a psychiatric hospital, teens suffering from substance abuse, and children who experience family violence, trauma, and abuse. She is also trained in creative therapies, group work, mindfulness, play therapy, clinical supervision, and psycho-spirituality.</p>
<p>Carolyn Kee Hsiao Ying graduated from the National University of Singapore where she completed her Bachelor of Social Sciences (with Honours) in Psychology (1995). She then went to the United Kingdom where she pursued her Masters degree in Child and Adolescent Mental Health at the Institute of Psychiatry (IOP) in London (2003). She also completed her Postgraduate Diploma in Satir Brief Systemic Therapy from Satir Institute of the Pacific (Canada).</p> <p>From 1995 to 2015, Carolyn served at the Institute of Mental Health’s (IMH) Child Guidance Clinic (CGC) where she offered individual and group therapy to patients, trained and supervised psychologists, conducted research, and supervised a team that worked on victims of trauma and youth at risk. She has also written various articles in medical and psychological journals, newsletters, and magazines and authored children’s books on ADHD and eating disorder. In 2014, she was given the National Healthcare Group Teaching Award for Allied Health Educators in recognition of her unwavering commitment to training and mentoring fellow child psychologists.</p> <p>Carolyn has extensive experience helping children and adolescents deal with various issues using cognitive behaviour therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, narrative therapy, solution-focused therapy, systemic therapy, and creative and expressive techniques, such as therapeutic play.</p>