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Expatpreneur Awards 2017: What Makes This Expat In Singapore An Empathetic Counsellor

This month, we’re celebrating the successes of savvy expatriates and Singaporeans, as well as the setbacks they overcame, to make life better in Singapore in our Expatpreneur Awards 2017. 

Having lived all over the world since childhood, you can trust that expat Maria Luedeke, Owner and Counsellor of Aspire Counselling, can empathize with her patients regarding not only expat stresses but also the myriad other issues in life.

Maria is a member of several professional organisations such as the American Counselling Association, the William Glasser Institute and the American Psychotherapy Association.

She opened Aspire Counselling in 2016, and works with all ages and genders, couples and families and even corporate clients.

More on The Finder:
Expatpreneur Awards 2017: Why This Expat Gave Up A Law Career (And Isn’t Regretting It)
Expatpreneur Awards 2017: This Singaporean Mom’s Love For Her Child Made Her A CEO

Read more below (and find out how we picked the awardees here).

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