[One Psych Community] Tackling the COVID-19 Crisis

Singapore Psychological Society recognises the impact the Covid-19 situation has had in our society and has rallied our members and fellow psychologists to provide a stronger and more united mental health response. We are pleased to put forth a list of psychologists and psychological services that have stepped forward to help specifically with the Covid-19 situation.

In order to make this work effective and safe for our clinicians and clients, the work needs to be on a specific issue that has arisen as a result of the recent COVID19 pandemic. If your difficulties are more longstanding we would recommend you contact your Family Service Centre / GP / Polyclinic to help you find a practitioner who can help you. If you are already seeing a mental health professional, please try and get an earlier appointment to see them should you feel in distress. Please email the clinicians should you need support as we are experiencing a high volume of individuals seeking help.

Please take note that these services are made available only to specific cases relating to Covid-19 and are meant to be short term (Approximately 6 sessions though this can be discussed further with your therapist).

There is a National Care Hotline that will offer psychological and emotional support for anyone in need. You may also contact the hotline 62026868 should you feel distressed (8am – 12 midnight). 

1. Seeking Therapy

For those who wish to seek therapy in view of the Covid-19 situation, you may contact:

2. Seeking Workshop

For organisations who might benefit from a talk/training on managing this issue, you may contact:

COVID-19 Workshops


  • This initiative will last from
    21/02/2020 - 21/09/2020
    12:00 am