Licensed psychologist (P.07930), Ohio, USA
Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.), Clinical Psychology
Master of Clinical Psychology (Psy.M.)
BA in Psychology
BSc (Hons) in Zoology
Ting Huay obtained her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio (USA), and completed a yearlong postdoctoral fellowship in health psychology at the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco (USA). She is a full member of the Singapore Psychological Society, American Psychological Association, Society for Health Psychology, and Ohio Psychological Association.
Ting Huay is dedicated to providing compassionate care and evidence-based treatment for individuals and families. She has worked with clients from all age groups in a broad range of clinical settings, to help them achieve their goals and to live a meaningful and fulfilling life. She strives to provide a non-judgmental safe space while working collaboratively with clients to explore existential issues, diffuse stressful situations, lower distress, and improve emotional health and well-being. She is competent in providing psychosocial intervention to promote lifestyle and behavioural changes.
In treatment, Ting Huay utilizes the biopsychosocial model to work with her clients. She is well versed in evidence-based treatment such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and mindfulness intervention. She also does psychological/neuropsychological evaluations to assess cognitive functioning, intelligence, educational strengths/weakness, and preparedness for surgical procedures. She is experienced in teaching, facilitating workshops, and consultation. She has a special interest in health psychology/behavioural medicine and suicide research.
Ting Huay comes from a small town in Malaysia. She initially worked as a stem cell researcher in Singapore before pursuing clinical psychology, a lifelong learning profession that is more aligned with her personal and cultural values. Her acculturation process has been helpful to understand and empathize with the unique challenges faced by individuals and families, including issues related to acculturation and its impact on health. She is committed to learning to ensure her ability to provide effective client care.