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Ms Abby Chew

Ms Abby Chew Geok Bee is currently a Senior Counsellor with Fei Yue Community Services. Her social service experiences spanned across various groups of communities - families from Family Service Centre settings, couples with marital and parenting issues, couples and children who are going through divorce. She provides psychoeducation, group-work, casework and counseling services to these clienteles. Abby is also trained in Satir’s Transformational Systemic Therapy, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST).

She also specialized in conducting life-skills training, group-work and family reintegration at Singapore Prison Service for inmates and their families. She provided social and counseling support to inmates dealing with addiction and offending issues. Abby also volunteered in providing training and counseling support for ex-women drug-offenders.

Abby is passionate about training and development to impact and transform lives. Through the Early Marriage Support Programme, Abby prepared minors for marriage. Abby is an adjunct trainer for the WSQ-Practical Counseling course with the Academy of Human Development. She also conducts workshops in National Silver Academic helping seniors managing major life transitions. Her wide training and counselling experience covers addiction, mental health issues, grief and loss, marital and family issues.

Prior to joining Fei Yue Community Services, Abby helped organizations with their developmental needs - facilitating organization change, organization learning, leadership development and coaching. She is trained in Leadership Development Programme by Centre for Creative Leadership (USA) and Learning Organization: Developing Leaders for Learning. She holds a Master of Social Science (Counseling) from Edith Cowen University, Australia. Abby is a Registered Counselor with the Singapore Association for Counseling (SAC) and a Registered Social Service Practitioner (RSSP) with Singapore Association of Social Workers.

Ms Abby Chew
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