NG AI LING
Ng Ai Ling
MA (Couns), Gottman’s Method Couples Therapy (Level 1)
Ai Ling earned her Master in Counselling degree from Monash University Australia. She is passionate about helping people manage the stress and anxieties of going through life’s transitions (eg. Grief/bereavement & other life-changing losses such as losses in relationships, health, jobs and divorces). Using an integrated and person-centric approach, she combines aspects from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Grief Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy(ACT) and Mindfulness in her practice. She counsels individual adults, adolescents and families.
Stress & Anxiety
Grief /Bereavement & other losses
Relationship and family issues
Certifications and Accreditations
Master of Counselling (Monash University Australia)
Provisional Clinical Member of Singapore Association for Counselling
Gottman’s Method Couples Therapy (Level 1)
Master in Business Administration (University of Manchester, UK
Bachelor of Economics (Adelaide University Australia)
Having lived and worked overseas in Malaysia, Australia and the UK, Ai Ling is able to connect well with people of different cultures and backgrounds. She has a special interest in supporting clients with family and relationship issues, especially those struggling with losses. She believes that one does not have to be defined by life’s losses but instead, through professional therapy support, learning new skills and compassion, these events could turn into opportunities for deep personal growth and positive transformation. Her gentle and collaborative approach empowers clients to find their inner strength to live more authentic and meaningful lives.
She enjoys cooking, creative journaling, playing board games with her family and dreams of nurturing a little herb garden in her kitchen.
“Grief is like the ocean; it comes in waves, ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming. All we can do is learn to swim.” - Vicki Harrison, Author. Losing someone we love is possibly one of the toughest, most dreadful things we...