Monday - Thursday
Sara is a clinical psychologist working in Singapore, and is registered both as a Psychologist and Clinical Supervisor with the Singapore Psychological Society's Registry of Psychologists and Supervisors (SPS, SRP). She is passionate about integrating psychological theory with practice, whilst maintaining a client-centred focus. Her professional background includes over 10 years of experience as a psychologist in Singapore working with children and youth, adult individuals and couples.
Sara spent the early years of her career working with children and adolescents with Autism and other developmental disorders, conducting assessments and planning interventions to meet their cognitive, emotional and behavioural needs. She then spent 7 years in the government service working in the areas of staff counselling, offender assessment and treatment, as well as resilience building and crisis response. Sara last held the position of Assistant Director of Psychological Services with the Singapore Prison Service, overseeing assessment and intervention services for violent and mentally ill offenders, prior to leaving the public sector in 2015.
In addition to her Doctoral level clinical training, Sara has received further instruction in a number of therapeutic interventions (e.g. CBT, Schema Therapy, EMDR, EFT and ACT). She has also completed Level 3 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, and is working towards becoming a Certified Gottman Couples Therapist. As a scientist-practitioner, Sara seeks to maintain her research interest and contributes to psychology journals and conferences.
Sara provides clinical assessment and therapy services for adolescents and adults addressing issues such as personal trauma, mood and anxiety disturbances, as well as personality or behavioural problems. She works with couples and families whose relationships have been impacted by these clinical issues, as well as other interpersonal crises such as infidelity, addiction or abuse.