Our Clinicians


Ms Sng Khai Imm
Psychologist

Doctorate of Clinical Psychology / Masters of Science (University of Sydney, Australia) (Candidate)
Bachelor of Science, Psychology (Honours) (University College London, United Kingdom)

 

 

Khai Imm completed her Doctorate training in Clinical Psychology in Sydney, Australia, and is currently in the process of completing her research thesis. She is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).

Khai Imm has clinical experience working with children and adults with a wide range of presenting problems, including anxiety, depression, behavioural problems, grief, trauma, eating disorders and personality difficulties. She is trained in the use of a range of evidence-based interventions:
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. She also has experience conducting the Cool Kids Program for children with anxiety, and the Integrated Family Intervention for child conduct problems.

Prior to working at Thomson CDC, Khai Imm worked in the government sector, and has clinical experience conducting group and individual intervention at the Singapore Prison Service. She also volunteered with various organisations in Singapore, including Fei Yue Family Service Centre, Singapore Children’s Society, and St Andrews Autism Centre. At Thomson CDC, Khai Imm provides both psychological assessments and interventions. She also runs group programs including social skills groups for preschool and primary school children.

Khai Imm is a mother of two, and strongly believes that each child has her own unique strengths and characteristics and works closely with parents to provide the most effective evidence-based intervention for the family.

Khai Imm speaks both English and Mandarin.

 

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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