Our Clinicians

Eliza Leong
Educational & Developmental Psychologist
Masters of Psychology (Educational & Developmental) (Queensland University of Technology, Australia), B.A. Psych (Hons) (The University of Queensland, Australia), B.A. with Merit (Psychology) (National University of Singapore)



Eliza completed her Masters in Educational and Developmental Psychology in Brisbane, Australia. During her training, she worked with clients across the lifespan, ranging from infants to adults, in a range of settings, such as mental health services, hospitals, clinics, and schools. Prior to working at Thomson CDC, she worked in a non-profit organization which specialised in early intervention for children with special needs. She worked closely with caregivers, special needs teachers, and therapists to provide assessment and intervention to support the needs of children with developmental delay, autism, and genetic conditions.

Eliza is passionate about working with children and their families. She strongly believes in a family-centred, evidence-based approach to guide her therapeutic interventions and assessments. She also collaborates with professionals across multiple disciplines and different contexts to understand and support the child’s needs. She firmly believes that with support, every individual has the ability to achieve to the best of their potential.

At Thomson CDC, Eliza provides both psychological assessments and interventions. She also runs group programs across the lifespan. She conducts parenting groups based on attachment theory, using the Circle of Security (COS) parenting program. She also conducts social skills groups for preschool and primary school children. In addition, she conducts programs to build resiliency and coping skills in youths based on the Resourceful Adolescent Program (RAP).

Eliza is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), as well as the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and Singapore Psychological Society (SPS). She is also trained in a range of interventions methods: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Circle of Security Parenting, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She has worked with clients experiencing a range of difficulties including: anxiety, depression, anger management, bullying, social difficulties, sleep behavioral problems, and behavioural regulation difficulties.


Practice Address

Thomson Paediatric Centre – The Child Development Centre
10 Sinaran Drive
#09-04 Novena Medical Centre
Singapore 307506
Tel: 6397 6627
Fax: 6397 6701

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