Sasha is a Clinical Psychologist and has worked with numerous children, adolescents, adults and families to achieve positive mental health outcomes, in schools, community clinics, hospitals and private practice.
Sasha mainly conducts psychometric assessments for clients ranging from preschool-age right through to adulthood, to determine cognitive ability, learning difficulties, autism spectrum behaviours and attention and hyperactivity (ADHD) issues. Where relevant, she uses a variety of tools to do this, from gathering parent and teacher reports, through to behavioural observations and standardised psychometric testing.
Sasha is passionate about helping clients reach their full potential in their school/work, home and social environment and through the use of these assessments she can devise ways to address client’s concerns to maximise their functioning in day-to-day living. The goals of assessment are to discover a client’s strengths and determine the areas they are having most difficulty with so that a tailored intervention plan can be created. This is provided in the form of an extensive written report with full test results that Sasha will go through with the client/parent once testing has been completed.
Sasha obtained her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Sydney, Australia in the year 2000 after completing her Bachelor of Science (honours) degree from the University of Queensland in the year 1996. After working for a number of years in Sydney she moved with her husband to Singapore in 2004. They have four children, all born in Singapore. In her spare time Sasha enjoys reading, travelling and spending time with her family and friends.