Psychiatric aspects of Cancer: The need for early evaluation

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Cancer isn’t just a physical battle; it takes a toll on your mental well-being too. Research in Singapore reveals that nearly 7 out of 10 cancer patients experience some level of anxiety, and at least 7 out of 20 grapple with depression during their journey. Early detection of these mood-related challenges is vital. Once recognized, […]

Weathering the Storm: Menopause and Mental Health Challenges

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Menopause is a natural and inevitable phase of a woman’s life, marking the end of reproductive years. It is a significant hormonal transition that brings about various physical changes, but it also has a profound impact on a woman’s mental health and well-being. In this article, we will explore the intricate relationship between menopause and […]

Stress and Your Bowel’s Irritation

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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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Techniques in Psychotherapy – CBT

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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 […]

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Psychotherapy – is it for me?

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In modern society, people experience distress daily from multiple sources, including work/study stressors, family conflict, health concerns and even changes to our everyday environment. This distress can affect anyone, across all ages. They can manifest in behavioral changes, such as difficulty sleeping, a loss of appetite, constant worry and a sense of worthlessness/hopelessness. Some even […]