Carolyn Kee possesses a Master degree in Child and Adolescent Mental Health (UK), BSocSci Hons Psychology (Singapore) and a Post Graduate Diploma in Therapy (Satir).
Carolyn has worked as a psychologist at the Institute of Mental Health (IMH)’s Child Guidance Clinic (CGC) for 20 years. Her work included psychological assessments, individual and group therapy, consultation to partner agencies, training and supervision of psychologists, research, public mental health education and emergency behaviour management. She was also the supervisor and co-director of the team that worked with victims of trauma and youths-at-risk.
She has extensive experience treating children and adolescents who have difficulties with stress, anxiety and depression, panic attacks, eating disorder, grief, sexual identity and orientation, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorder and behavioural issues. She uses cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, narrative therapy, solution-focused therapy, systemic therapy and creative and expressive techniques such as therapeutic play and art in her work.