An Undefeated Mind – a fundraising musical

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Join us for an unforgettable evening at the Esplanade on 11 March 2022, with a special appearance by our very own Professor Kua Ee Heok! The NUS Mind Science Centre presents a fundraising musical, drawing inspiraton from Prof Kua’s book of the same name, “An Undefeated Mind”.  The NUS Mind Science Centre (MSC) focuses on […]

Stress and Your Bowel’s Irritation

Posted Posted in Psychotherapy, Useful Resources

In this article, Psychologist Mr. Henry Lew introduces us to what Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is about and the role of psychological intervention in improving the quality of life. Henry practices at Mind Care Therapy Suites, where he helps patients with a broad range of conditions including those with chronic medical and especially gastro-intestinal conditions. […]

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Mind Care Therapy Suites – we’re open!

Posted Posted in News & Updates, Psychotherapy

We are pleased to announce the opening of Mind Care Therapy Suites, located right across our current Clinic space! Our Therapy Suites provide a spacious and comfortable environment to cater for Psychological Therapy, and integrates tightly with our Clinic practice to provide seamless care. Mind Care Therapy Suites was specially designed with comfort and privacy […]

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Techniques in Psychotherapy – CBT

Posted Posted in Psychotherapy, Useful Resources

Psychotherapy is also known as “Talk Therapy” because it involves a patient and a clinical psychologist sitting in a room talking, but it is much more than that. During sessions, patients learn to trust their psychologist and feel comfortable sharing their problems. Psychologists help patients to understand what they are struggling with, express their feelings […]

Dr Tan Hong Yee talks on mild memory symptoms

Event update: Mild Memory Complaints

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  Event Update Mild Memory Complaints – Early Symptoms Matter! In the recent Farrer Park Hospital Continuing Medical Education (CME), Dr Tan Hong Yee shared with the General Practitioners (GPs) on Mild Cognitive Impairment, and why early symptoms matter. Pre-Dementia States Dementia is increasingly becoming a healthcare concern in Singapore, with a prevalence of between […]

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October 2017 CME Talk: Early Memory Problems – updates on why early symptoms matter

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Continuing Medical Education (CME) for Doctors & Healthcare Professionals Date: 12 October 2017 (Thursday) Time: 12noon to 2pm Venue: Farrer Park Medical Centre, Connexion, #16-06, TK Low Academic Specialist Centre Registration: 6705 2766 / events@farrerpark.comLunch & Complimentary Parking includedCME points will be awarded For more details and registration, visit the Farrer Park Hospital CME Programme Calendar. Dementia […]

September 2017 CME Talk: Management of Mood & Sleep Disorders in the Primary Care Setting

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Continuing Medical Education (CME) for Doctors & Healthcare Professionals Date: 16 September 2017 (Saturday) Time: 12.30pm to 3.30pm Venue: Level 2, Legacy Suite, Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel Registration: 6403 8888 Join our doctors in this CME event for Doctors, to learn more about the approach to mood and sleep problems that are commonly seen by Primary […]

Elderly Depression CME talk for doctors

July 2017 CME Talk: “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Symptoms”

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“Crouching Tiger, Hidden Symptoms – The Challenges of Elderly Depression” Continuing Medical Education (CME) for Doctors & Healthcare Professionals Date: 13 July 2017 (Thursday)Time: 12noon to 2pmVenue: Farrer Park Medical Centre, Connexion, #16-06, TK Low Academic Specialist CentreRegistration: 6705 2766 / events@farrerpark.com  For more details and registration, visit the Farrer Park Hospital CME Programme Calendar. Elderly depression […]