Dr Felicia Neo

Clinical Psychologist working with couples.

PhD (Clinical Psychology & Neuroscience), PGDip (Clinical Psychology), BA (Psych & Mass Communications).

Felicia is a clinical psychologist who is a member of the American Psychological Association, Australian Psychological Society, Canadian Psychological Association, Singapore Psychological Society, Society for Neuroscience and the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation

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Background & Experience

Dr Felicia Neo spent 15 years studying, working and living in Melbourne, Australia before relocating back to her birth country Singapore. She was awarded a scholarship to do her PhD. Throughout the years, she has worked with researchers, doctors, psychologists and psychiatrists from other various and similar disciplines such as the Social Anxiety Group (Cognitive Therapy Program) at Swinburne Psychology Clinic, Centre for Human Psychopharmacology, and the National Institute of Complimentary Medicine Centre for the Study of Natural Medicines and Neurocognition, amongst many others. Felicia has had her research published in Frontiers in Neuroscience and also presented at various conferences. She has also taught for Australian universities in both Melbourne and Singapore.

Felicia is experienced / specialized in working with a diverse range of different conditions that include the mood and anxiety spectrum as well as trauma-and-stressor-related disorders. To deliver a safe and supportive framework for her patients; she is certified in numerous modalities such as CBT, MI, Schema Therapy for both individuals and couples, The Gottman’s Method, etc. Felicia has a special interest in working with couples and is experienced working with both local and expats.


Having personally encountered various cross-cultural experiences in her vast years of travel, and also living and working between countries, she thus also understands and appreciates family and cultural values across countries.

In her time of leisure, she enjoys spending time with her family. After spending so many years away from home, she understands how precious time can be. She also enjoys traveling when she can get time away. She believes powerfully in the quote “travel makes one modest; it shows you what a tiny place you occupy in the world”. Felicia also tries to engage in as much philanthropic work as possible to give back to society.

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