Registered Senior Psychologist
PhD Student (Psychology and Child & Human Development), University College London
Master of Arts in Applied Psychology (Educational Psychology), Nanyang Technological University
Graduate Diploma in Applied Positive Psychology
Registered Psychologist, Singapore Psychological Society
International Affiliate of American Psychological Association
Eulisia works with neurotypical children and those with special needs from 18 months to 65 years of age and across a spectrum of presentations. She has extensive experience in conducting assessments, behaviour management support and psychological interventions to individuals with special educational and developmental needs. She also has a keen interest in early intervention, home-school partnership and parenting. Eulisia has previously worked at Early Intervention Programmes for Infants and Children (EIPIC) Centres, Special Schools, DAS and numerous private clinics. She is currently a Locum Educational Psychologist with MOE. She believes that early intervention is the key to helping children develop and adapt to the society as best as they can. It gives her great satisfaction to know that she has played a role in helping the children progress in their lives. In 2012, Eulisia was also one of the first psychologists to be involved in the implementation of a Transdisciplinary framework at a government funded EIPIC Centre. The transdisciplinary framework is recognized as a best practice for early intervention. It adopts a family-centred systematic approach to early intervention that integrates the assessment, goal development, intervention and evaluation processes, to meet the complex needs of children with disabilities and their families.
Apart from individual sessions with children, Eulisia believes that parenting and a strong partnership between teachers, parents and their psychologists is critical to the optimal development of children. In the past decade, Eulisia has equipped parents, caregivers and teachers with knowledge and strategies to better understand and manage their children’s developmental needs. She has helped numerous parents and teachers understand the significance of building healthy relationships with their children as a basis for positive behavioural changes and skills acquisition.