Vision: The Promotion of Human Well-Being in Singapore
Mission: To Advance the Research and Practice of Psychology in Singapore

Jeremy graduated with a Master of Psychology (Clinical) from National University of Singapore under the Social Service Scholarship and a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) from James Cook University. Currently, Jeremy is a Clinical Psychologist in the social service sector, working primarily with children, youth, and families in the child welfare system and community. He believes that psychological services in Singapore should become progressively systemic, as well as extend further into the community space by becoming more readily available and economically accessible to the general population, especially the vulnerable and disadvantaged. His academic interests include impact of socioeconomic status on caregiving quality and child development, ethno-cultural differences in caregiving and attachment, and trauma in child welfare and community. Jeremy enjoys books by Irvin D. Yalom, The Office, coffee, and fried chicken.