Ms. Brenda Lee
BA.(Psychology, Hons) MClinPsych.(Macquarie)
Mood & Anxiety Disorders
Brenda completed her postgraduate clinical training in Sydney New South Wales, Australia, during which, she worked at the renowned Black Dog Institute before returning to Singapore. She spent many years working psychotherapeutically and conducting assessments with adults in the Institute of Mental Health (Woodbridge Hospital) where she honed her skills over the years. She has a breadth of experience having been placed in various contexts such as community, rehabilitation, forensic, outpatient and inpatient settings.
Before she left public health, Brenda spent a number of years with her team of multidisciplinary professionals pioneering the treatment of mood disorders in Singapore. She was instrumental in the formation of the Mood Disorders Unit, and it was in this context that she co-developed a group psychotherapy treatment for comorbid depression and anxiety. Whilst she has worked with individuals ranging from relationship issues to characteristical problems, she has a keen interest working with individuals who struggle with anxiety and depression. Brenda is no stranger to working sensitively and deeply with her clients, and is known for her personable style of psychotherapy. Her capacity for nurturance is only matched by her experience providing clinical supervision over the last few years.