Deputy Senior Pastor Chua Seng Lee has been a full-time pastor since 1992 and has spent more than two decades working with youth and young working adults. He was in the Singapore National Youth Council for four years, as well as being Chairman of the National Youth Mentoring Steering Committee. In 2011, he released his first book, My Voice: Overcoming, on Mental Health situation in Singapore. He has since co-started a charity to promote mental resilience. He has been promoting Mental Health awareness to churches for the last 10yrs.
Audrey Yeo is a lawyer by training and a registered and clinical member of Singapore Association of Counselling (SAC). She has a Master of Laws, Bachelor of Laws, Master of Arts in Counselling and Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling. She has served as an Honorary Treasurer and Executive Committee member of SAC.
She established and runs her private practice at Peaceful Change Counselling. Working mostly with complex issues across a broad range of challenges concerning individuals (adults, adolescents & children), couples and families, she is also trained in Sand Play Therapy and Jungian Therapy and has extensive experience working in this therapeutic modality with adults, adolescents and children. She is trained and experienced in the use of counselling micro skills and has experience as a trainer in this skill.
Currently, she is an adjunct lecturer at TCA College and is also a clinical supervisor for counsellors.
Dr. Leslie Lim has been practising psychiatry for over thirty years and presently serves as Senior Consultant Psychiatrist in a public hospital. He is also a Clinical Associate Professor and an Adjunct Associate Professor at 2 universities in Singapore.
After obtaining his undergraduate medical degree from the National University of Singapore, he went on to work and train in Psychiatry in London. He obtained his Master of Arts in Ministry from TCA College and is also an adjunct lecturer in the School of Counselling at this bible college.
He has authored 4 books “Freedom from Fear”, “Depression: the misunderstood illness”, “Mental Illness or Demonisation? Similarities and Differences” and “Confronting Your Anxiety: a Biblical Approach to Overcoming Fear and Worry”. He and his wife worship at Bethesda (Bedok-Tampines) Church.
Ee Jay is a dynamic family life educator with a deep passion for families and individual’s personal well-being. With a Masters in Counselling from Monash University, he is also a trained counsellor and has been providing counselling support and consultations to individuals and families in the area of mental health, addiction and conflict management.
Ee Jay is currently the Deputy Head of FamChamps®, a student development initiative of Focus on the Family Singapore that promotes the holistic message of Family and raises future Family Champions.
Dr Ken is a psychiatrist practicing at Adam Road Medical Centre and has been practicing psychiatry for 32 years since 1988 and has been a prison psychiatrist with the Singapore Prison Service (SPS) since 2013.
Prior to prvate practice, he was the Clinical Director, Department of Psychological Medicine, National University Hospital; Clinical Senior Lecturer with the Faculty of Medicine, National University of Singapore; Adjunct Associate Professor with the Psychological Studies Academic Group, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University; Visiting Consultant with the Department of Psychological Medicine, National University Hospital and Department of Psychological Medicine, Singapore General Hospital.
Mingli is a counsellor with Faith Methodist Church. She has worked with individuals across the lifespan the past 10years with regards to social-emotional and mental health issues. She holds a Masters in Counselling and is a certified practitioner in CTRT (Choice Theory/Reality therapy) and DISC. Personally, she enjoys her duties of being an art director and playmate with her two children.