As someone who has struggled intermittently with sleep since childhood, I know only too well the impact of chronic tiredness. In adulthood I have learnt ways to manage my sleep better, but only after years of being surrounded by good sleepers, who gave well-intentioned but ultimately unhelpful advice.
I know first hand the frustrations of lying awake for hours watching the clock and desperately trying to sleep.
The good news is that your family's sleep can be improved, and without the need for medication.
During my years working as a psychologist I have repeatedly worked with families whose existing challenges were made harder by poor sleep. Whilst sleep often wasn’t the primary problem for these families, it was frequently overlooked as a contributing factor to more complex problems. As I started to learn more about the psychology of sleep, and to guide my clients towards sleep work, I increasingly realised what a significant positive impact I could have in this area.
I created TFSC because I am passionate about improving people’s sleep and raising awareness of the importance of sleep for children’s development. My years of experience as a psychologist have taught me that most sleep problems are treatable. I have seen first hand how improving sleep can lead to many positive outcomes for children and their families
My unique combination of expertise in psychology and sleep means I can support families to make positive and lasting changes for themselves. You can see more about my credentials below.
Aside from psychology I also love to travel, meet new people, and explore new cultures. TFSC allows me to support families online around the world, and also provides me the flexibility to travel extensively at the same time, combining my two biggest passions.
Working Together to Improve Sleep
Addressing sleep problems doesn’t need to be hard. With the right guidance and support, you can gain new skills and knowledge to help your child and family sleep better. I will take time to listen, understand your needs, and work with you to provide direction and strategies that meet the needs of your family. We will work together as a team to create solutions that best suit you.
More than 10 years of experience as an Educational Psychologist
More than 20 years of experience working with families and schools
My career has been varied, including work with families, schools and community groups, in the UK, New Zealand and Asia. I have worked extensively with children who face a range of sleep-impacting difficulties, including learning disabilities, autism, ADHD, anxiety, and physical disabilities.
I love being a psychologist and am actively involved with the Singapore Psychological Society, as a member of the Research Committee and as a regular contributor to The Psychologist magazine. I am active within the research community and regularly lecture at universities, present at conferences internationally, and deliver training for schools and community organisations.