Jasper Loy

Senior Counselor

Jasper has obtained a Master of Counseling from Monash University and is a registered clinical counselor and psychotherapist with the Singapore Association for Counselling (SAC) and the Association of Psychotherapists & Counsellors Singapore (APACS). He also holds clinical membership of the Global Canadian Council of Professionals (CCPC Global).

With over 10 years of counseling experience, he has extensive experience in working with clients from diverse backgrounds. His expertise spans across various service programs such as divorce counselling, solution-focused brief therapy, client evaluations, clinical counselling, therapeutic support-group programs, crisis intervention, psychotherapy, behaviour management, psycho-educational sessions on mental health issues and case management etc. He led programs empowering clients to resolve challenges and designed effective counseling programs helping others to navigate well in life’s challenges and provided psychotherapy to help clients cope with emotional challenges.

Jasper is dedicated to meeting human needs through counseling, focusing on prevention and remediation of problems. He also excels in applying social technologies, service technologies, and scientific innovations to enhance the quality of life and improve the delivery of professional services. He is highly self-aware, with a humble attitude towards learning from others. Jasper has a proven track record of compassionate counseling and impactful interventions, exceeding expectations and remaining resilient under pressure.

Being a big-picture thinker, whose accomplishments include spearheading successful fundraising events, creating public awareness through presentations, and mentoring colleagues for personal development, Jasper’s dedication to community service is evident in his past volunteered roles at the Community Psychological Hub (CPH) under the Singapore’s Ministry of Social & Family Development during the Singapore’s Circuit Breaker measures amid COVID-19. He also contributed significantly to strengthening relationships within families at the hospital and non profit organisations.