Sheryl graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours). She has had the opportunity to work with the special needs population through her role as a special education teacher and behavioural therapist at a few early intervention centres, where she was able to gain further exposure and understanding of the needs of individuals with varying developmental disorders like ASD, ADHD and dyslexia.
Sheryl has also worked in mainstream settings, and is experienced in working with children and youths aged 3-18 years. She is an avid volunteer in various social service organisations, where she has helped support individuals from underprivileged families, in both academic and behavioural management.
As a Behavioural Therapist at Thrive Psychology Clinic, Sheryl hopes to continue supporting children in this capacity. She particularly enjoys working in this field, as the opportunity to see children grow in their learning potential, as well as progressively fulfil their developmental milestones, is something that she has found to be extremely meaningful and rewarding.