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We specialise in one-on-one Behaviour Therapy based on the principles of ABA, focusing on helping the child regulate his or her behaviour and develop independent skills.


We utilize not only Discrete Trial Training (DTT) but also other teaching methods like pivotal response training, systematic prompting/fading, teaching interactions, incidental language teaching and the natural language paradigm, to increase spontaneity and generalization of skills taught. Individualised Educational Plans (IEP) will be created for each child. Targeted skills will be broken down into simpler steps to assist the child in the mastery of the skill. 

Our therapy sessions are 2 hours

Mondays to Fridays


9 am to 11 am

1 pm to 3 pm

3:30pm to 5:30pm


During our Therapy Sessions, below are some of the topics we touch on.


community training

social skills

communication skills






We provide shadow services in mainstream schools. After observing the child in school, our therapist will develop an individualised plan to work on the skills lacking.

The number of hours and days to shadow will be advised by our Case Managers. The child is required to have at least 2 sessions of individual therapy a week to work on the target skills.


For school observation, our case managers provide direct observation in the child's school and will collaborate with the teachers on tasks , develop techniques to communicate, assist with program modification and provide resources for school staff.


A collaboration with


AThR MA Art Therapy, BA Education and Training 

‘‘Art therapy is a mental health profession that uses the creative process of art making to
improve and enhance the physical, mental and emotional well-being of individuals of all ages. ’’ (The American Art Therapy Association, 2012)

The "therapy" in art therapy is found in both the art-making process itself and sharing the artwork. For example, children may find joy in the process of smearing paint on paper. At the same time, they can build confidence or social skills, knowing that their thoughts are valued and important.





Art is an agent of hope. That is why every child benefits from art and creativity. From building confidence, improving social skills or progressing through developmental milestones, art making in a safe environment helps children grow, learn and be happy. Creative arts is especially enriching for young children as they make sense of their world, express themselves and build skills that will help them bloom into successful individuals.

Art Psychotherapy 

(10 weekly sessions)
1-1 therapy sessions for children that need a little more support in their journey

Art Bonding

(one-off or weekly sessions)
Tailored Art Bonding programs are available for parent-child or siblings to strengthen the relationship and build positive memories

For more information about

our programmes and classes please 

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