Ms Ming YingEducational Psychologist/ Therapist
Ms Ming Ying is a registered educational psychologist (SPS) and therapist (RETA). She graduated with distinctions from the NTU Master of Arts (Applied Psychology) Programme. As a former MOE teacher, she accumulated more than 10 years of teaching experiences in mainstream and special schools. She had served at Pathlight before joining School of the Arts (SOTA). Ming Ying is trained in Orton-Gillingham, ABA and TEACCH Approaches. In her free time, she conducts assessments at the DAS, Mindchamps Allied Care and Carecorner. She is a NIE lecturer and supervisor to AED trainees and Sped School teachers.
Mr VictorCounsellor and Educational Therapist
Mr Victor has been a teacher at a special school for the past 10 years. He holds a Masters in Counselling qualification. Victor has extensive experience working with children and teenagers such as Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD. Mr Victor is a patient and nurturing individual who believes in using the fun element to engage his students in learning.
Ms FizahEducational Therapist
Ms Fizah is an ex-MOE and current special needs educator. She has more than 9 years of experience, previously working in pre-school, mainstream school and an Autism-focused special school. Ms Fizah is a well-trained teacher with a Double Diploma in Special Education and Dyslexia Studies and a Specialist Diploma in Early Childhood Learning Support. Her students find her to be a dedicated and patient teacher. She is confident in guiding children with dyslexia, on the autism spectrum and those with multiple learning difficulties.
Ms Yin FungCounsellor and Educational Therapist
Ms Yin Fung has a Bachelor in Counselling and a Diploma in Learning Disorder Management and Child Psychology. She enjoys working with children and adolescents and has been an enrichment teacher and private tutor with more than 10 years of teaching experience. Ms Yin Fung specialises in the teaching of English and Chinese. She is a firm and responsible teacher who earns the respect of her students.
Ms AllenaEducational Therapist
Allena has a Masters in Psychology of Education and a Specialist Diploma in Learning Differences. She has 7 years of experience in teaching and is passionate about helping children with various learning difficulties. She believes that every child learns differently and she is equipped with various teaching strategies to help them.
Ms KaylieEducational Therapist
Ms Kaylie has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. She enjoys working with children from pre-school to primary school levels. She has been giving specialised tuitions and teaching in enrichment centres for the past 9 years. With her background in teaching and child psychology, she hopes to make lessons engaging and help children learn better.
Mr Bay is a counsellor who held senior positions at various Mainstream and Special Schools. He has a Masters Degree in Counselling and has more than 20 years experience working with children and youths with social-emotional difficulties. He is very patient and understanding with a heart to serve. Clients immediately sense his sincerity to work with the family to resolve any challenges.
Ms RicaEducational Therapist
Ms Rica started as a child counsellor in Philippines. Thereafter she served as an early childhood and special education lecturer, teaching topics such as children with Autism, Dyslexia, Down Syndrome etc. Ms Rica has extensive working experience working with children with special needs from as young as 2 years old to adults. She had been as a therapist/ trainer at the National Autism Society of Malaysia for 9 years. She is familiar with using ABA, the Audiblox, Jolly phonics, STAR programme, DiaPhon as educational tools. Ms Rica is very approachable and patient with children of all ages.
Ms NairEducational Therapist
Ms Nair is an experienced special needs educator. She was a lead therapist at the Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS) and was an enrichment instructor at the Down Syndrome Association. Ms Nair is skilled to provide educational therapy to students with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, ADHD, SPLD, Autism and other learning challenges. She provides English, Mathematics and Science subjects interventions for pre-school and primary school pupils in a fun and engaging way. She aims to empower parents by providing home strategies for each child she works with.
CHEERS provide quality psychological assessments for your child’s needs. CHEERS psychological reports are widely accepted by hospitals and local government ministries e.g. MOE and Mindef and overseas agencies. Our psychologist is able to converse fluently in English and Mandarin.
Our educational therapists are well trained to work with children and teenagers with diverse needs. We make lessons fun and engaging to maximize learning.
1. All subjects – Primary and Secondary
2. Schoolwork and Homework guidance
3. Understanding concept thinking process
4. Strategies for Tests and Examinations
5. Increased Attention and Focus On Task
6. Time Management and Organisational Skills
7. Memory techniques for concepts learning
Is educational therapy = tuition? link 1
Teaching to inspire. link 2
Counselling is providing a listening ear without judgment or giving solutions. Sometimes we all need someone to listen to us and acknowledge our existence. By asking the right questions or reflecting your child’s thoughts, our counselor can guide your child to a happier and more meaningful path.
1. School Acceptance not Refusal
2. Anxiety and/or Depression Management
3. Anger/ Emotional Control Management
4. Building Self-Confidence
5. Friendship/Social Skills Management
6. Sibling/Family Counselling
7. Parent’s Skills Training
Counselling works link 1
Video: Jack’s story link 2
For your reference, the following are a list of school and external agencies we have liaised with:
Assumption English School
Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)
Anglo-Chinese School (Junior)
Catholic High School
Cantonment Primary School
CHIJ (Our Lady Queen of Peace)
East Spring Primary School
Evergreen Primary School
Fu Chun Primary School
Henry Park Primary School
Keming Primary School
Lakeside Primary School
Methodist Girls’ School
Nanhua Primary School
Nanyang Primary School
Palm View Primary School
Qifa Primary School
Raffles Girls Primary School
Tao Nan School
Unity Primary School
Waterway Primary School
Westwood Primary School
Yew Tee Primary School
Balestier Hill Secondary School
Regent Secondary School
Presbyterian High School
Spectra Secondary School
St. Andrew Secondary School
Swiss Cottage Secondary School
ARC – WeCAN
School of the Arts (Singapore)
HPB – Child Guidance Clinic
MCYC Community Services
Dyslexia Association of Singapore – RETA
Olive Tree Development Centre
ACE @ Work
Pebble Place Child Development Centre
Children’s Cancer Foundation
College of Allied Educators
NUH – Children’s Clinic
One World International School
Stamford American International School (Singapore)
Middleton International School (Singapore)
Marlborough College (Malaysia)
Sunway International School (Malaysia)
Society for the Promotion of ADHD Research and Knowledge (SPARK)
Singapore International School (Hong Kong)
In the maxim that every child matters, CHEERS aims to provide quality services for children with diverse needs.
CHEERS current psycho-educational assessment rate is $600 per test while our intervention/counselling rates starts from $120 per hour.
At CHEERS, we believe in serving our clients whole-heartedly. There is no hidden charges – no registration, report nor material fee required!
Call or whatsapp @ 8495 5465 to book an assessment date/ trial lesson/ consultation. Tele-Consultation Available!
Send us an enquiry through our online form and we will get back to you on the same working day!
Main Office: Blk 133 Jurong Gateway Road #04-301 S600133
Other Offices: Spazio Kovan and Medini Malaysia (weekends)
Home-Based Sessions Available Island Wide (Popular)
Operating Hours: Mon to Sat: 10am-9pm. Closed on Public Hol.
Please make an appointment @ 8495 5465 before visiting.
NEW OFFICE @ JURONG GATEWAY (SHIFTED IN JAN 2020)