Psychiatric Services

Psychiatric Services go beyond medication. The treatment process is consultative, working with you to understand what needs to be treated. Working blindly is a recipe for disaster – something we avoid at all costs. Our clinicians maintain a fresh, open-minded approach in everything we do.

“Our clinicians maintain a fresh and open-minded approach in everything we do.”


Anxiety Disorder

Generalised Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Phobia, Panic Disorder


Gambling, Sex, Drugs, Alcohol, Internet, Gaming

Smoking Cessation


(Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)


(Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder)
Hoarding, Skin Picking, Hair Pulling

Bipolar Disorder


Schizophrenia, Delusional Disorder

Grief and Loss

Impulse Control Disorder

Sleep Disorder and Insomnia

Trauma and Stress Disorder

Post-Traumatic Stress, Adjustment Disorder

Women’s Psychological Health

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, Post-natal Depression

Child / Adolescent Emotional & Behavioural Condition

Dementia and Other Neurocognitive Disorder

Relationship, Marital and Couple Counselling

Resilience Building

Stress Management, Anger Management, Burn-out and Mental Fatigue

Palliative Counselling

Medico-Legal Services

Forensic Psychiatric Assessment and Testing, Mental Capacity Assessment, Testamentary Capacity Assessment, Lasting Power of Attorney (Certificate Issuer)



Therapy & Counselling

Psychotherapy refers to the treatment of a mental health issue, using psychological treatment as opposed to medical. The goal is to help you to learn and discover ways to manage the things that are holding you back, and ultimately overcome them.

“We help you to become tougher, stronger, more confident and more resilient.”

Self Esteem

Palliative Counselling

Resilience Building

Stress Management, Anger Management, Burn-out and Mental Fatigue

Relationship, Marital and Couple Counselling


Anxiety Disorder

Generalised Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Phobia, Panic Disorder


(Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder)



Assessment & Testing

We also conduct a comprehensive range of psychological assessments for adults and children that consist of diagnostic interviews, behavioural observations and standardised psychometric instruments.

“We provide direction, focus and information through assessment and testing for various purposes.”


  • Assess and identify intellectual ability and achievement levels for gifted or accelerated programmes
  • Understand academic strengths and weaknesses to assist in developing appropriate educational support plans
  • Identify reasons for lower than expected academic performance
  • Determine learning disorders (e.g. intellectual disability, Autism Spectrum Disorder)
  • Evaluate cognitive functioning for consideration of special examination arrangements
  • Examine cognitive development, communication and social skills, and self-care abilities


  • Assess and identify impairment following a condition and to advise on recovery (e.g. stroke, accident)
  • Assess the aptitude and potential of a candidate for the job fit
  • Consistent monitoring and tracking of an employee with specific job requirement (e.g. pilot, aircrew)
  • Identify employee training needs

Cognitive Assessment / Intellectual Testing (IQ)

  • Cognitive assessment or intelligence tests are psychological tests that are designed to measure a variety of mental functions, such as reasoning, comprehension, memory and judgement.
  • Intelligence tests are based on an individual’s interaction with the environment and never exclusively measure inborn intelligence.
  • Assessment is available for both adult and children.


Tools For Testing

  • Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-IV)
  • Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC-V)




Academic Achievement & Learning Disabilities
(e.g. reading, writing, math difficulties)

  • When a child is reported by his teachers or parents to have a learning issue, an educational assessment is recommended to determine whether the child may have a significant learning difficulty or specific learning disorder.
  • Educational assessments are usually administered when there is evidence of a number of difficulties, which include but not limited to:
    • Evidence of poor school results
    • Evidence of behavioural difficulties (e.g. restlessness, poor listening, oppositional behaviour)
    • Evidence of poor attention and concentration when attempting school work
    • Assessment is available for children only.


Tools For Assessment

  • Wechsler Individual Achievement Test (WIAT-III)




Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder
(ADHD) Testing

  • ADHD is relatively common but often unrecognised
  • ADHD testing will be able to assess the extent of attention and behavioural difficulties that the child is facing.
  • Assessment is available for children only.


Tools For Testing

  • Connors Third Edition

Adaptive Behaviour Assessment

  • Adaptive behaviour assessment aims to measure the collection of conceptual, social, and practical skills that all people learn in order to function in their daily lives.
  • Domains measured are Communication, Daily Living Skills, Socialization, Motor Skills, and Maladaptive Behaviour (optional).
  • Assessment is available for both adult and children.


Tools For Testing

  • Vineland-II




Personality Test

  • A psychological test that assesses personality traits and psychopathology
  • Assessment is available for a person age 18 and above.


Tools For Testing

  • The Minnesota  Multiphasic Personality Inventory MMPI-2) 





  • Forensic Psychiatric / Psychological Assessment and Testing
  • Mental Capacity Assessment
  • Testamentary Capacity Assessment
  • Lasting Power of Attorney (Certificate Issuer)




RESILIENZ is a team of forward-thinking practitioners who believe in doing things differently. We’re excited to introduce our extra offerings, breaking barriers and pushing limits for your benefit.

“We believe in doing things differently with your best interest at heart.”

House Calls

House call or Skype allows our clinicians to meet clients’ psychological wellness needs in the comfort of their home. A familiar setting encourages the individuals to be more open in taking the first step to approach their mental health needs.

Walk-A-Talk Therapy (WAT)

The traditional consult taking place in a private room may be unsettling for some. Walk-a-talk therapy provides a more relaxed environment, allowing the individual to set the pace of the exchange. It also encourages healthy physical activity, which in turn can enhance mental health and improve moods.

Virtual Reality (VR)

Impactful changes can happen when individuals are able to experience the situations that trigger distress, and learn how to respond in a more positive matter. Using Virtual Reality in therapy, individuals need not go beyond the consulting room to receive such effective coaching as their therapist guide them through the simulation.

“We take you out of the therapy room and into the open air for a change.”

Music Therapy

Music has physiological benefits in both mental and physical health. It can regulate and enhance moods, acting as a form for processing emotions, trauma and grief.

Pet Therapy

In Pet Therapy, a person interacts with animals in a guided setting, usually in the presence of the animal handler. Through this exchange, endorphins are released, providing a calming effect. This can help to improve overall physiological state by reducing stress and anxiety while enhancing self-esteem.

“Let our team of clinicians help you in the most paw-sitive way.”