Dr Lee is also the founder of 
as well as                      Skincare & is currently President
of the Society of Aesthetic Medicine.

Although Dr Lee Su Lan is trained as a Conventional Psychiatrist, she has since changed her approach in the management of physical and psychological problems.


It started in August 2015 when a series of events led to a calling for her to learn Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique, also known as QHHT. 


Through sessions with her clients, she was able to understand the foundations of the physical self and the deep connections the physical self has with the Subconscious. 


In the quest to understand the Subconscious and the concept of Self Healing, she started learning and practicing various healing modalities to help the troubled individual. 


The following listed below are her medical degrees as well as the various healing modalities she has special interest in. 


She is also interested in the healing of children, teenagers as well as animals.


Nutritional and Gerson Therapy


The Reconnection® Energy Healing

an accelerated energy healing, meditation, psychic, personal and spiritual development program to help you heal your body, mind and soul, expand your awareness and higher senses, understand your thoughts and emotions, connect with your higher-self and spirit guidesand much more.


Quantum Touch

Mindfulness Meditation

Bach Flower Essence

Family & Group Therapy

Silva Method


Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique

Certified Practitioner

- Level 2 -

Dr Lee Su Lan Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

( M.B.,B.S ) Singapore Master of Medicine, Psychiatry

( M.Med. Psy ) Singapore Academy of Medicine, Psychiatry

( A.M ) Singapore

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Symbolism of Peach Tree Orchid 


Many famous artists have painted still life with peach fruits placed in prominence. Caravaggio, Vicenzo Campi, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet, Édouard, Manet, Henri Fantin-Latour, Severin Roesen, Peter Paul Rubens, Van Gogh are among the many influential artists who painted peaches and peach trees in various settings. Scholars suggest that many compositions are symbolic, some an effort to introduce realism. For example, Tresidder claims the artists of Renaissance symbolically used peach to represent heart, and a leaf attached to the fruit as the symbol for tongue, thereby implying speaking truth from one's heart. A ripe peach was also a symbol to imply a ripe state of good health.


Tree is a symbol of physical and spiritual nourishment, transformation and liberation, sustenance, spiritual growth, union and fertility. The tree is a spiritual motif and framework, a map of conception and consciousness that brings together the temporal worlds of time, space and consciousness.


Orchid is rare and hence, symbolizes rarity. Orchid also stands for spirituality and meditation.