Our psychologists cultivate a nurturing and inclusive space designed to empower patients and their families to reach their goals.
Emmanuelle Mollet O’Grady
Principle Clinical Psychologist (Child & Adolescent)
Emmanuelle Mollet O’Grady is a fully qualified French-trained clinical Psychologist with 20 years of clinical experience and the benefit of helping many children and families throughout her career in the USA, France, Ireland and Singapore. She graduated from the University of Paris VIII, France, in 2003. Emmanuelle Mollet O’Grady’s started her career in a specialised clinic to help with Postpartum Baby-mother difficulties in France, then worked 7 years in an Irish Child and adolescent Mental Health clinic, followed by 4 years in KK Hospital for children in Singapore and 6 years in a private Psychology Clinic.
Emmanuelle is a specialised child and adolescent psychologist, who also works closely with their families and siblings, if the need arises. She is bilingual French-English and has experience working with many local schools or international schools of Singapore (French or English).
Emmanuelle has an expertise in helping Children and adolescent’s psychological difficulties in children and she believes that every child deserves a tailored psychological approach to help improve their difficulties. She offers individual therapy, parenting support and also psychometric assessments for cognitive abilities, ADHD, Autism, Learning and academic difficulties.
Emmanuelle follows International Guidelines and Ethics Regulation as well as Best Practice guidelines. She offers an empathetic person centered approach, using integrative approaches and psychotherapies. Continuing Professional Development is essential for her.
- Emotional and behavioural difficulties, depression, anxiety disorders, low self-esteem and mood difficulties.
- Impact of experienced bullying, teasing, friendships issues.
- Social and communication difficulties (Autism, Asperger Syndrome).
- Post traumatic Stress (narrative therapy, EMDR for children and teens)
- Psychosomatic difficulties (physical pain or illnesses in link with stress),
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder OCD, ADHD, Gender Identity disorder.
- Adolescence issues, Suicidal ideation, self-harm, emotional dysregulation.
- Impact of Long term illnesses: acceptance and coping with medical conditions (Crohn disease, Epilepsy, Diabetes, severe skin conditions, physical trauma etc)
- Eczema and skin disorders, atypical dermatitis (link illness/psychological well-being)
- MPsych (Clinical), Master (Family Therapy), BA (Hons) Psychology, MSPS, SRP
- Traveling all over the world and discovering new cultures
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Dr Felice Soo (Psychology)
Principle Clinical Psychologist (Adult)
Dr Felice Soo earned her Master’s and Doctor of Psychology degrees in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) at Alliant International University (AIU). Her credentials extend across international borders, as she is a licensed Clinical Psychologist with the New Zealand Psychologist Board, a Singapore Registered Practitioner (SRP).
Felice’s affiliations also include membership with the American Psychological Association (APA) and registration as a Clinical Psychologist with the Hong Kong Association of Doctors in Clinical Psychology (HKADCP). Additionally, she is a Clinical Member of the Shanghai International Mental Health Association (SIMHA).
Felice has worked as a clinical psychologist at international outpatient clinics in Shanghai (private hospitals and clinics) since 2017 with the expatriate community and local residents. She has been working with patients grappling with various medical conditions, including cancer, pain management, sleep problems and heart issues, alongside addressing a spectrum of psychological disorders, such as psychosomatic disorders, eating disorders, panic disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, and bipolar disorder.
With comprehensive training, she completed rotations at Tan Tock Seng Hospital in Singapore, Christian Action (dedicated to immigrants and refugees), KELY Support (focused on at-risk adolescents), and St. John Cathedral Counselling Centre in Hong Kong. Her clinical training at Tan Tock Seng Hospital also included neuropsychological assessments at the Memory Clinic, aiding patients with early dementia and traumatic brain injuries.
Her international background spans over ten years, during which she has engaged with diverse populations, including expatriates from the U.S., Canada, Australia, and the UK, as well as residents from China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, China, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
Felice’s practice encompasses working with adults and couples, including the performance of psychodiagnostic assessments for both adolescents and adults. Her expertise lies in grief, depression-anxiety disorders, trauma, LGBTQIA+-related issues, domestic violence, and interpersonal concerns. She employs a primary approach rooted in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), complemented by a collaborative, client-centered approach that includes modalities such as solution-focused therapy, mindfulness-based techniques, and positive psychology, tailored to each client’s unique needs.
Furthermore, Felice’s experiences working with immigrants and refugees have fueled her commitment to serving marginalized, displaced, or abandoned individuals, irrespective of age, gender, nationality, or religion. Her overarching goal is to instill hope, dignity, and self-reliance in these underserved populations.
- Depression-anxiety disorders
- Domestic violence
- Interpersonal concerns
- LGBTQIA+ related issues
- Eating Disorders
Doctor of Psychology (Clinical)
I have a massive interest in history and arts, and thus, museums and art galleries are my favourite sites (to-do list) when I travel to different countries. I spend my leisure time reading, meeting friends, drawing and painting, watching movies, and singing karaoke.
I also like skateboarding and cycling with friends and family.