Eulisia is an Educational Psychologist registered with the Singapore Register of Psychologist (SRP). She has extensive experience in child and educational psychology across the lifespan through her employment with Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS), Metta School, Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS) and various private clinics.
In the past decade and as part of her current doctoral research, Eulisia has equipped parents, caregivers and teachers with knowledge and strategies to better understand and manage their children’s developmental need. She has helped numerous parents and teachers understand the significance of building healthy relationships with their children as a basis for positive behavioural changes and skills acquisition.
Since 2012, Eulisia is an Accredited Facilitator for Signposts for Building Better Behaviour Programme with KKH and the Good Enough Parenting (GEP) with MSF. Eulisia is trained in Functional Behaviour Analysis (FBA) and Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) and has also conducted teacher training modules at SUSS and various private educational institutions.
In 2016, Eulisia received the NCSS SkillsFuture Study Award for the Social Service Sector. In addition, Eulisia is an Assisted Deputyship Application Programme (ADAP) Supervisor for mental capacity assessments. ADAP helps parents of graduating cohorts in Special Education (SPED) schools and adult disability centres apply to Court to be deputies for their child so that they can continue to make legal decisions for their child after he or she turns 21.
For her research in parental involvement, Eulisia won several awards (Best Research, Best Writing and Best Oral Presentation) in the 2017 Singapore Psychological Society Student Research Awards. She has actively participated and presented her research on family functioning, social skills and parent-child interventions in key conferences in Greece, Japan, USA, UK and Singapore.
Beyond her current job scope, Eulisia holds concurrent appointments in the public sector; she volunteers in Singapore Psychological Society’s Research Committee as its deputy chair. In addition, she helps out as a Victim Care Officer with the Singapore Police Force to provide care services to victims of serious sexual crimes. Eulisia also volunteers as an Appropriate Adult during police investigations involving persons with disabilities.