Sheryl is an Associate 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 in mainstream settings.
Sheryl has experience working with many diverse age groups in her clinical practice, ranging from children and youths to elderly. She employs various therapeutic modalities like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Applied Behavioural Analysis and the Early Start Denver Model to help clients with various challenging issues, some of which include: ASD, ADHD, ODD, mood and adjustment disorders, anger management, anxiety, trauma and cognitive decline etc. She is also trained in behaviour analysis and the development and implementation of individualised behaviour treatment plans.
Aside from her clinical roles, Sheryl also oversees the development and publication of psychological materials at Thrive Psychology Clinic. She hopes to be at the forefront of Singapore’s mental health industry, to educate, destigmatise and raise awareness surrounding the importance of one’s mental health and well-being.