Master of Psychology (Clinical), James Cook University (Singapore)
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)(Psychology), University of Queensland, Australia
Bachelor of Arts (Merit), National University of Singapore
Eunice has over 16 years of clinical experience as a psychologist across various settings such as special education schools, forensic juvenile system, forensic/judicial system for adults, public hospitals and the Institute of Mental Health. She has worked with a varied population including children and adults with special needs, sexual and violent youth offenders, adult offenders, as well as adults and adolescents with mental health conditions. She is also experienced in conducting psychological assessments.
Eunice is a certified Solution-Focused therapist. She is also trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Schema Therapy (Level 1, pending Level 2), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness-based approaches (e.g. basic mindfulness concepts and techniques, Mindful Self-Compassion Approach) and Systemic Therapy (which she uses in her work with adolescents, couples and families). She is currently receiving training in the Gottman Method of couples Therapy.
Eunice is passionate about walking with her clients on their unique life-enhancing and self-discovery therapeutic journey. She strongly believes that therapy is a safe space for clients’ disclosure, learning, self-discovery and finding their way to a meaningful life (not limited to symptom reduction). She further believes that people have strengths (including hidden ones) and are capable of change, as long as they are willing to do so. Her clients can expect therapeutic conversations that are often facilitated by her thought-provoking questions and co-constructed, customised interventions that are informed by research as well as clients’ input.
She engages in regular clinical supervision on top of regular training, so as to continuously hone her clinical capabilities.