Stories by Pamela Koh

Pamela Koh is passionate about teaching people how to manage their emotions, work through their past traumas, in order to reach one’s fullest potential and thrive significantly in life. She has been on staff with Cru Asia for more than 15 years. She also worked with university students in Nagoya, Japan for 6 years.

Upon returning to Singapore, she went on to do her Masters in Counselling and is currently a registered counsellor and clinical member with the Singapore Association of Counselling and a certified EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing) Therapist. 

She is the Lead Counsellor who started ThriveSg, the counselling arm of Cru with a mission of promoting emotional wellness & resilience among tertiary students. Pamela hopes to create a help-seeking culture & a growth perspective towards counselling to remove the stigma around mental health. 

Pamela loves reading, traveling, nagomi art, going to the beach to chill & cycle. She also enjoys watching mental health, cooking, travel, beauty & health-related videos in her free time.

Depression in the Church

Depression is ranked by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as the single largest contributor to global disability. Learn how to deal with it today!

Mental Health in the Church

A key purpose of church small groups is to help members grow in the likeness of Christ in spirit, soul, and body. These small groups can be beneficial to those struggling with mental illnesses. Connect with us today!

The Paradox Of What’s Normal

Reflections of a mental health professional

“I didn’t know how to grieve”: The girl who found purpose in her pain

"Having been in touch with my own pain helped me to understand people's pain better and to have compassion and empathy for others." Daddy’s girl.

ThriveSg “Note to Self” Series on Emotions

ThriveSg has collaborated with, to create these beautifully hand-drawn wallpapers

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