Educational Psychology

Our educational psychologists provide academic and diagnostic testing

Clinical Psychology & Counselling

Our clinical psychologist provides support such as counselling and play-based therapy

* Our Psychologists are registered members of the Singapore Psychological Society

We Help Children With

Academics and Learning

Emotional Regulation

Social Differences

Variable Attention

Anxiety, Depression, and Mood Disorders

Trauma and Stress

Gender Related Issues

Anger and impulsivity

Educational Psychology

An educational psychologist primarily supports children and teenagers within the backdrop of the educational setting. They provide help for children experiencing challenges in school by identifying their unique learning strengths and needs in order to provide recommendations that support their success in school. An educational psychologist is also trained to make formal diagnoses such as ADHD and autism, and dyslexia.

Assessment Services:

Parents will be offered a one-hour consultation to discuss their observations relating to their child’s development or performance in school. Information from this meeting will determine the intervention the EP considers most relevant for the child’s needs. This may include:

1. A referral to other professionals

The EP may feel that the child would be better supported by a speech language or occupational therapist, for example.

2. An informal assessment

An informal assessment includes the analysis of information gathered during a parent consultation, the review of work samples and any school results to date and possibly a school observation. This information will allow the EP to suggest support strategies and recommendations to parents and school.

3. A formal psycho-educational assessment

A formal psycho-educational assessment is made up of a series of individually administered tests, designed to evaluate a child’s cognitive ability (IQ) and academic achievement by comparing the child to same-age peers. It can be used to identify if the child has a specific learning difficulty. It also highlights the child’s unique profile of strengths and weaknesses so that suitable recommendations can be made. The process includes:

  • an in-depth interview with those most involved with the child such as teachers and parents in order to gather as much information about the child as possible. 
  • A school visit may be organised so that the EP can observe the child at work and play.
  • Formal testing that will require several hours to complete.
  • A comprehensive written report.
  • A feedback session with parents to discuss the  results of the assessment and to provide recommendations and support strategies. Referrals to other services may be suggested at this point.
4. Diagnostic Assessment for Autism

Our psychologist is experienced in conducting autism assessments for children and teenagers. As part of this process, she may administer a formal assessment, gather information from other professionals working with the child, and conduct an extensive parent interview. Older children will also be assessed on their cognitive and academic functioning.

5. Diagnostic Assessment for ADHD

ADHD is diagnosed through comprehensive interviews, formal testing, and questionnaires completed by parents, teachers, and the child that are specifically designed to identify ADHD characteristics.

Clinical Psychology & Counselling

A clinical psychologist is a highly trained professional who is able to assess, diagnose and treat people with behavioural, emotional, and mental health issues. Counselling is one of the treatment options that they can provide. Other options include art or play therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy and family therapy.


1. Helping you decide if we are a good match
Psychological and counselling support requires a high level of trust and connection between therapist and client. We offer new clients the opportunity to talk to our psychologist by phone as the first step, to ensure we can provide the support you are seeking.
2. Scheduling an initial consultation
If you feel we can indeed help, the next step is to organise an initial consultation. (Often parents attend without the child) This is an information sharing session. You may have been asked to complete a questionnaire or to share any previous reports, which also helps with this part of the process. The psychologist will then be able to advise you on the intervention that will best suit your child.
3. Planning and implementing intervention
The support offered could involve weekly sessions, or consultation sessions when needed. It may also involve an assessment process or collaboration with other people in the child or young person’s life. Approaches may include counselling, play-based therapy, family therapy or cognitive behavioural therapy; our psychologist has many tools in her tool box.

Psychologists & Counsellors

Dr. Belinda Teo
- 12 Years Experience -
Kit Kwan Lim
Kit Kwan Lim
- 15 Years Experience -
Freda Sutanto
- 15 Years Experience -
Chong Ning Xin
- 8 Years Experience -
Daisy Tan
- 9 Years Experience -

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