Juliana Pang Siew Yun
MA (Couns), MM, LLB., Cert. in Addictions
Languages: English, Mandarin, French
Juliana is a therapist with experience in addiction recovery work with a half-way house. At Promises, she conducts individual therapy sessions for persons on recovery and their loved ones, whose lives are touched by the recovery process. She also facilitates recovery and relapse prevention support groups.
Prior to her transition into therapeutic work, Juliana worked in the corporate sector for over 20 years – mainly in Asia, Australia and Europe.
Substance Addiction Recovery
Alcohol Addiction Recovery
Gaming Addiction Recovery
Gambling Addiction Recovery
Healing Families Affected by Addiction
Support Groups for Relapse Prevention
Certifications and Accreditations
Master of Counselling, Monash University
Master in Management, Macquarie University
Bachelor of Laws, National University of Singapore
Diploma in Psychotherapy and Counselling, The School of Positive Psychology
Provisional Clinical Member of The Singapore Association for Counsellors
Juliana has been described as an empowering and validating therapist by her clients. She brings a stabilising presence and quiet determination when supporting clients to manage life’s realities with more effective choices and strategies.
Juliana subscribes to the constructivist approach to therapy and applies a blend of techniques from motivational interviewing, narrative therapy and cognitive behaviour therapy in her sessions.
In her personal time, she enjoys doing Pilates, learning about different languages and cajoling her 3 cats. She also volunteers at a crisis centre for suicide intervention.
Written by: Julianna Pang Confronting the problem of addiction is almost always daunting and exhausting. The layers of complexities increase tenfold when the family system is also trying to preserve its stability and normal functioning despite the disruptions that...
Written by: Juliana Pang, Therapist Caregivers with a family member affected by addiction problems are often exhausted, drained dry of their empathy and compassionate capacities. They recount countless cycles of suspended hope followed by just as many broken promises...