Mr Gifford Chan is a Clinical Psychologist whose experience spans many years and across various demographics. Having obtained his Masters in Clinical Psychology in the National University of Singapore, he first worked as a Senior Clinical Psychologist in the Institute of Mental Health. After which, he went on to become the Principal Psychologist at Thomson […]
Liyuan graduated from NUS as a psychology major. Due, in part, to his own childhood experiences, he found that he identified strongly with the works of Jean Piaget, a renowned psychologist known for his groundbreaking theories on childhood development.
While studying Psychology in university, Hilwa discovered behavioural psychology and behavioural therapy. Drawn by their potentialities, she decided that this was what she wanted to do: to use her knowledge to help people who needed help. Choosing Applied Behavioural Analysis as her speciality, Hilwa immediately found work as a behavioural therapist upon graduation.
Lay Choo is a therapist who has worked with children with autism for more than a decade. She began her career as an engineer but her turning point came when she visited a school for children with special needs.
WIth almost a decade’s worth of experience, Jillian has helped many children with autism overcome challenges and lead happy, fulfilling lives. Jillian began her career as an early childhood educator and it was during those early years that she became more aware of children with special needs.