Anna has extensive experience working with young adults and children. She provides psychological therapy for a wide range of conditions, including: depression, anxiety, self-harm behaviours, eating disorders, panic disorders, autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), stress and anger management issues, and children with behavioural problems. In addition, Anna also conducts IQ test and assessment for children with learning difficulties.
Anna has been practicing at Institute of Mental Health for 9 years prior to joining private practice. She has also worked in Volunteering Welfare Organizations (VWO) and was a behavioural therapist for children with autism. Anna graduated from James Cook University (Singapore) with Honours Degree in Psychology. She subsequently received a scholarship from Health Manpower Development Programme (HMDP) for the Masters in Clinical Psychology programme at the National University of Singapore.
Apart from clinical work, she has supervised graduate psychology students from National University of Singapore, provided mental health training for school counsellors and medical doctors. She has also conducted parenting workshops, group therapies, and contributed research papers in international psychology journals