OUR STORY

Ex Nihilo Nihil Fit 

[Nothing Comes From Nothing]

Experiencing Life Foundation (ELF) was established in 2013 with a twofold mission to increase mental health awareness that is currently under-appreciated, and to make psychological services accessible for all. 

 

Despite the founders having various educational background and extensive experience in the psychology-related fields, ELF symbolizes the shared vision among its founders. Every activity in ELF is inspired by the highest respect and the sincerest appreciation of human psychology, which resonates our belief that every individual has their own potential to grow in the most positive direction. That philosophy inspires our practices to be a counselor/psychologist whose role is to reflect, to counsel, and to empower clients in their life's struggles. Such a philosophy also applies in our psychodiagnostics approach, by emphasizing clients' strengths and potentials rather than merely focusing on their weaknesses.

 

ELF highly respects diversity (religious, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and other socio-cultural backgrounds) and endeavours to provide professional, non-discriminative services to all individuals, and to make its services accessible for all.

 

OUR VISION

"Providing psychological services that emphasize professionalism (non-discriminative, supreme quality, and scientific orientation) with a personal approach in appreciating clients as unique individuals with full capabilities to actualize themselves to the positive directions."

 

OUR MISSION


NON-DISCRIMINATORY PRACTICES

Provide professional, non-discriminative services that are accessible by all.

PROFESSIONAL PROVIDER

Being a professional partner in providing one-stop psychological services, from recruitment to counseling and coaching, to prospective organizations and institutions.

EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES

Engage in the applied and cross-disciplinary psychological research to deliver services that are aligned to the current trends.

RESEARCH ENGAGEMENT

Involve in wide ranges of research activities related to mental health topics; provide assistance for researchers, students, or scholars in their research/social contributions in associated fields.

EDUCATING SOCIETIES

Educating societies through seminars, article publication, and support to social campaigns.