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Thomas Toh

May 22, 2021 / By thadmin2

Thomas is currently doing his Masters in Counselling at Monash University and holds a BA Psychology. With his humble beginnings and personal experiences, dealing with the under-privileged strikes a chord close to heart. Always seeking a way to give back to society and through his previous career as a paramedic in emergency medical services, he […]

Neo Shi Cong

May 19, 2021 / By thadmin2

Shi Cong is in his second year at the National University of Singapore, pursuing a major in Psychology and a minor in economics. His passion in clinical psychology stems from personal experiences with those that suffer from mental illness, and he is driven to help those that suffer from mental illness in any way possible. […]

Vanessa Tan

January 21, 2021 / By thadmin2

Vanessa is embarking on her fourth year in the National University of Singapore. She is currently pursuing her Honours in Psychology and a minor in Communications and New Media. She also enjoys playing ultimate frisbee in her free time. Vanessa became interested in abnormal and child psychology when she took on several research projects pertaining […]

Dhaanya Nisha Raj

December 12, 2020 / By thadmin2

Dhaanya graduated from SMU with a major in Psychology. Her interest in the field sparked from her passion to help those around her as an empathetic listening ear. A strong believer in the importance of mental health, Dhaanya hopes to dive deeper into the field of developmental psychology through her internship at Thrive Psychology Clinic and equip […]

Rachel Low

December 12, 2020 / By thadmin2

Rachel is a Behavioural Therapist at Thrive Psychology Clinic. Prior to joining Thrive Psychology Clinic, she has experience working with children in mainstream educational settings and on research projects with local universities that encompassed children of various adaptive functionalities. Her passion lies in developmental & clinical psychology, where she strongly believes in forming a strong […]

Rejini Boss

October 2, 2020 / By thadmin2

Healthcare has always been something close to Rejini’s heart. Having started off her career in the healthcare industry, she has met people with anxiety related to health. She has also volunteered with Action for AIDS and understands the worry and confusion behind being diagnosed with an illness. She wants to be able to walk the […]

Sheryl Tan

September 23, 2020 / By thadmin2

Sheryl is an Assistant Psychologist at Thrive Psychology Clinic. She graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours). Prior to joining Thrive Psychology Clinic, she worked with children with varying developmental needs through her role as an Educational Therapist and Learning Support Teacher in early intervention, as well as other teaching positions […]

Nicole Fong

September 23, 2020 / By thadmin2

Nicole is a third year Psychology undergraduate at the National University of Singapore. In her free time, she enjoys playing the violin, baking, and going for runs. With a passion for helping others, Nicole also regularly volunteers with non-profit organisations that aim to help youths. In her time with Thrive Psychology Clinic, Nicole hopes to learn more about the mental […]

Zulaiha Burvin

September 17, 2020 / By thadmin2

Zulaiha Burvin is a placement counsellor at Thrive Psychology Clinic. She is currently doing her Master’s in Counselling at Monash University. In her years of interacting with people, she felt that there is more to helping people than just listening to what they say. Zulaiha was deeply interested in paying attention to a person’s habits, […]

Raynold Tan

August 24, 2020 / By thadmin2

Raynold chose to pursue a career in Psychology because of his deep-seated interest in human thoughts and behaviour. He believes that with proper support and the right person to guide you, undesirable behaviour and cognition can be changed. Apart from Behavioural Therapy, Raynold develops and conducts programmes and workshops for both children and their parents. […]