Online Women's Issues therapists in Singapore

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Washington, Washington, D.C. therapist: Dr. L. Pittman, psychologist
Women's Issues

Dr. L. Pittman

Psychologist, Ph.D.
I have consistently and actively worked to help women identify issues (typically along the lines of aging and perceived societal expectations) that impact the values and beliefs that are central to who they are as people. I subsequently collaborate with them to help them use their strengths to enhance those core values and beliefs, and to manage any negative self concepts associated with their sense of self, with a goal of working towards growth and an enhanced sense of self.  
21 Years Experience
Online in Singapore, United Kingdom, PSYPACT states
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, CNMI, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
Sydney, New South Wales therapist: Rashneel Prasad, counselor/therapist
Women's Issues

Rashneel Prasad

Counselor/Therapist, ACA, PACFA
I provide support for a broad range of women's issues.  
1 Years Experience
In-Person in Sydney, NSW 2000
Sandy Bay, Tasmania therapist: Wonderful Mess, counselor/therapist
Women's Issues

Wonderful Mess

Counselor/Therapist
I have become a more and more assertive feminist over the past 4 years, but I have always been aware of how different it is to be a woman in this society. I couldn't play soccer when I was young, not because my parents didn't let me, but because no other girl would play with me, because it was not "girly to play soccer". I was told I "looked too young" for a job when I was 25 - a job that was offered to a 23yo man. But then, more "serious" things happened around me. My friends started having kids and some were treated horrendously by health professionals. The pressure on their shoulders from the very first moment they said they were pregnant: everyone has had something to say about what they did or didn't do, what they are, they way they have been raising their kids. Everything, everything that we women do or don't do is judged by society. Whether we don't want to have children, have children at a "younger or older age", have "one child only". The worst thing, that really breaks my heart, is that this patriarcal society has managed to create conflicts between us women, while I really believe that we should all stand together and support each other. Acknowledge each other and help each other in our own battles. This is my biggest battle as a counsellor: help as many women as I can to realise how much of a warrior they are, in a world where every day is a battle when you have a uterus.  
2 Years Experience
In-Person in Sandy Bay, TAS 7005
Online in Australia, France, Singapore

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