Keren Lee is an Associate Psychologist and Certified Hypnotherapist. She was also the Assistant Honorary Secretary of the Association of Psychotherapists and Counsellors, Singapore (APACS; 2018-2020).
While she has a wealth of experience with individuals of all ages, Keren’s life passion is centred on improving the lives of children and adolescents. Keren has experience with individuals with various issues, some of which include: anxiety, exam stress, Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, Schizophrenia, giftedness, parental separation and trauma, depression, youth anger management, cognitive impairment, and individuals who seek help to elevate their confidence and focus before a sporting event/competition through hypnosis, etc. Besides therapy, she also conducts brain training programmes and provides neurofeedback for children using neurotechnology.
Aside from educating and providing therapy to her clients, Keren also develops and markets programmes, workshops, and prepares training materials for private and governmental organisations to bring awareness to topics in mental health and wellness. Keren has experience working with practitioners and organisations on an international scale. Based at a psychology clinic, she also manages her own team to ensure the clinic operates efficiently and also hosts a number of workshops for families such as Sign language and child development, stress management, and positive self-talk.
Keren’s prior work experiences include Researcher at Duke-NUS Medical School (Neuroscience and Behavioural Disorders), Researcher at NUS FASS, Company Secretary team at SGX, and piano educator. She is currently with Mind Culture Pte Ltd (for adults and corporate organisations), Thrive Psychology Clinic Pte Ltd (children and adolescents), and Positive Cognition Programme (for children).