Charlene is an AHPRA Provisional registered psychologist and a Member of the APS. She has completed her Bachelor in Psychology at University of Buffalo in the US, MSc Foundations in Clinical Psychology at Bangor University in the UK, and a Master of Professional Psychology at Cairnmillar Institute. Charlene’s from Singapore and is trilingual in Chinese Mandarin, Cantonese and English. She has gained international working experiences with young children and adolescents. Charlene is in her final internship year of working toward General Registration.
Charlene is caring, open-minded, and empathic. She employs a collaborative approach to create a safe and supportive space to assist clients in working towards their therapeutic goals and facilitating well-being in line with their needs. She is passionate about working with individuals experiencing disability and school related difficulties as well as other various issues, such as anxiety, depression, anger management. Her intervention approaches incorporating a wide range of therapeutic modalities, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), art and play therapy, trauma-informed practice, mindfulness, interpersonal psychotherapy, and schema therapy.