Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Keiser University, USA,
Certified Practitioner, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Singapore,
The Science of Well-Being - Certificate, Yale University
Fundamentals of Neuroscience: The Brain - Certificate, Harvard University,
Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health - Certificate, The University of Sydney
Certified Reiki Master, Singapore
Member of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Leah is a Psychologist with a Master’s Degree in Media Psychology. She believes in using a collaborative approach with clients to aid them in developing self-efficacy, resilience, and self-empowerment through their innate strengths and abilities.
Leah has 10 years’ worth of experience using Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) in corporate settings. She works with adults with issues such as mood disorders, including anxiety and stress management. In the past, she has worked with adults who were experiencing various stressful circumstances such as divorce or undergoing other psychological concerns, such as, relationship difficulties, as well as managing life transitions, and cultural conflict. Her previous clients include insurance and financial services, e-commerce, and IT companies.
She is also passionate about helping young adults from the age of 18 years and upwards, with issues such as cyberbullying and traditional bullying. She has also worked with adolescents who were experiencing issues such as parental divorce, relationship difficulties, as well as managing life transitions, and study-related stress.
In addition, she is a core committee member of the Lives of Singapore Group, which helps young professionals struggling with mental health issues as a result of Covid-19.
Having lived and studied in Europe, the US, and Asia extensively, Leah displays a unique multicultural approach and sensitivity while working with clients from diverse backgrounds and ethnicities. With almost 2 decades of experience in training and consulting C-suite executives in the fields of business management and psychology, she is able to contribute to effective people strategies, particularly in the areas of employee engagement, wellbeing, interpersonal relationships, high-performance leadership, and organizational culture change.
Leah Selakovic is a native of the former Republic of Yugoslavia. She began her career with an education in art and classical history before going on to explore alternative medicine, information technology, philosophy, classical literature, and psychology.