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Counselling is a collaborative relationship which provides the client a safe space to explore issues, strengths and resources so as to facilitate growth and build solutions. Students can walk in to arrange for an appointment (with the School Counsellor or Teacher Counsellor) or be referred by staff or parents. Venue for counseling: Blk G, Level 3 (PCCG Rm G3-05)

Areas that counselling could help:
  • Relationship issues (with family, peers, or others)
  • Academic stress, education and career guidance related
  • Behavioural and emotional issues
  • Mental health and well-being
  • Crisis situation

Our counselling programme via 3-Tier intervention support aims to help our students cope with social-emotional challenges faced and to empower them for student success.

Intervention Support Programme or service

Tier 1: General student population

      SEL Assembly Programme:

1.1  Positive Psychology

1.2  Managing Stress and Examination

1.3  Cyber-wellness (CW)

1.4  Sexuality Education (SEd)

1.5  Education & Career Guidance (ECG) 

Tier 2: Students who need additional help

2.1    Counselling (individual or group)

2.2    Group programme on: CW, SEd, ECG

2.3    Smoking Cessation Programme

2.4    Time-Out Programme 

Tier 3: Students who need specialized help

External referral:

3.1    REACH / Child Guidance Clinic

3.2    Enhanced STEP-UP programme

3.3    Family Service Centre

3.4    National Addictions Mgt Service

3.5    MSF

Useful Help Lines
Agency Brief description Hotline / Contact
Samaritans of Singapore (SOS)

For anyone in crisis or suicidal.

Email Befriending by SOS: pat@samaritans.org.sos

1800 221 4444

Child Guidance Clinic

Any child or youth (up to age 19) with significant or severe emotional & behavioural problems

6368 2000

6389 2222 (24 hours)

Mount Elizabeth Behavioural Health Services

Anyone with psychological, psychiatric and behavioural issue

1800 738 9595 (24 hrs)

MSF Child Protection Service Hotline

On child protection and welfare services

1800 258 6378

1800 777 0000

National Family Service Centre Helpline

Refers caller with personal or family related problems to the nearest FSC

1800 838 0100


(Ang Mo Kio Ave 3)

For assistance to single-parent families


Persatuan Permudi Islam Singapore (PPIS)

For assistance to single-parent families or children / adolescents who have experienced parental loss in their families


Agape Counselling & Training Centre

Counselling for individuals or families on emotional, interpersonal, sexual, and parent-child relationship

6842 2922

Counselling and Care Corner

Anyone with psychological and behavioural issues

6536 6366

Pregnancy Crisis Service

Counselling on issues pertaining to pregnancy

6339 9770


For smoking cessation services

1800 438 2000

Singapore Association for Mental Health

Anyone with psychological, psychiatric, emotional or social issues

1800 283 7019

Mon-Fri: 9am – 6pm

Touchline (TOUCH Youth Services)

For youth aged 12-19 who need someone to talk to

1800 377 2252

Mon-Sat: 10am – 10pm

Audible Hearts

An anonymous online peer support network by youth for youth



(Covenant FSC)

Helps parents - For information and advice on parenting and marital issues)


Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm

Parent Advisory Hotline

(in Mandarin)

Helps parents on fostering better parent-child relationship


Mon – Fri: 2-4pm, 7-9pm

National Addictions Management Service

All Addictions Helpline –

Problem Gambling Helpline -


1800 6668 668