Our Team

Shakti Sahai, Clinical Director & Clinical Psychologist

Shakti is the clinical director at Rogerian Psychology Centre. She can help clients with anxiety, depression issues, LGBTQ+ specific concerns, borderline personality disorders, narcisstic personality disorders, anger management, body Image issues, post operative stress, developmental trauma, ADHD, Autism Spectrum, family, and relationships concerns.

Highest Qualification:
MPhil in Clinical Psychology
Amity University (India)

License / Registration / Membership:                                British Psychological Society (BPS UK)                                                  Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI)

Sarah-El Low, Senior Health Psychologist

Sarah-El Low can help with managing the body-mind connection, behavioural medicine for chronic diseases and health related issues, therapy for children, and elderly (with their caregivers), weight management, stress management, therapy and prevention for depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorders, family and relationship issues.

Highest Qualification:
MSc in Health Psychology
City University of London (UK)

License / Registration / Membership:
British Psychological Society​
Singapore Psychological Society

Stephanie Tak, Counselling Psychologist

Stephanie can help with children and adults issues related to anxiety, panic disorder, depression, obsessive, compulsive disorder, borderline personality, narcisstic personality, family and relationship issues, sexual trauma, physical abuse, grief, life transitions, and autism spectrum disorder. She can also help young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Highest Qualification:
MA in Counselling Psychology
Yorkville University (Canada)

License / Registration / Membership:
Canadian Psychological Association
Singapore Psychological Society

Elsie Tan, Professional Counsellor

Elsie has provided counselling in a Family Service Centre, Hospital and School. In these organizations, she has worked with clients from 13 years of age to seniors in the 80s. Some of the cases she handled include personality disorders, self-harming, identity searching, anxiety, depression, existential issues and meaning of life. Prior to that, she was a volunteer counsellor for over 10 years.

Highest Qualification:

Master of Guidance Counselling, James Cook University (Australia)

License / Registration / Membership:

SAC Registered Counsellor and Clinical Member

Doris Yu, Professional Counsellor

Doris completed her Master of Counselling programme with Monash University and has completed her supervised internship hours. She also builds a wide following of clients with many good reviews. Doris counselling approach is person-centred and uses a combination of dialectical behavioural therapy with cognitive approaches. She helps with anxiety, mood, relationship, work, school, and career problems, personality disorder concerns, LGBTQ+, and gender dysphoria issues.

Highest Qualification:

Masters of Counselling, Monash University (Australia)

License / Registration / Membership:

SAC Provisional Clinical Member (In progress)

Dr. Wong Ling Yuan, Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Ling Yuan obtained his Doctorate of Psychology (Psy. D) in Clinical Psychology at Alliant International University in California. He is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who has had 9 years of experience in conducting clinical research and 16 years of field experience working with clients between the ages of 3 and 60 with developmental disorders (ASD, GDD, ID, ADHD, Down Syndrome). As a clinical psychologist and BCBA, he specializes in training fellow therapists, conducting assessments, designing comprehensive therapeutic programs, and implementing individualized treatment plans for clients with developmental disabilities and mental health concerns.

Highest Qualification:

Doctorate of Psychology (Clinical Psychology)

License / Registration / Membership:
Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA)

Michael Thong, Senior Clinical Psychologist

Michael can help with relationships, couples therapy, LGBTQ+ issue, counselling Chinese speakers, anger management, stress management, OCD treatment, borderline personality, workplace bullying, self-esteem, self-concept, addiction related concerns, cyberwellness, sex therapy, and other clinical related concerns.

Highest Qualification:

MSc Clinical Psychology (Neuropsychology), University of Texas (USA)

License / Registration / Membership:
British Psychological Society
Singapore Psychological Society

Stacey Henderson, Therapist (Clinical)

Stacey can help with sleep difficulties and cognitive impairment-related concerns. She can also help with stress management, career, relationship concern, and anxiety-related concerns using mindfulness techniques.

Highest Qualification:
MSc Clinical Applications of Psychology, Kingston University (UK)

License / Registration / Membership:
British Psychological Society

Nicole Ooi, Associate Psychologist

Nicole graduated with a Masters in Psychology and Language Sciences from University
College London and is a member of the British Psychological Society. She also holds
professional certificates in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Person Centred Therapy,
Psychoanalytic Therapy and Positive Psychology. She has a keen interest in
developmental disorders and academic coaching, with extensive experience working with
children with special needs as well as adolescents with various academic concerns.

Known for her calm and approachable manner, she can help clients through a variety of
concerns, such as mood regulation, family and relationship issues, academic or work-
related stresses. She has had experiences in a variety of clinical settings, ranging from
public healthcare to professional settings and also has experience supporting children
with special needs.
Nicole was formerly an Educational Behavioural Therapist in an early intervention centre,
before taking on a role to develop and deliver workplace mental health and wellbeing
trainings for multi-national corporations. She was also a coach for at-risk youths, where
she utilised a variety of therapeutic methods to help her clients plan for their futures and
achieve their academic goals. Through her roles she has developed her practice to
support clients in all life stages and situations.

As a clinician, her key focus is building a good client-therapist relationship and working
together to make change happen. She hopes to empower all to achieve their goals. She
is especially able to build rapport with children and adolescents facing various mental
health issues and stressors, as well as young professionals new to the workforce.

Rebecca Chia, Associate Counsellor

Rebecca (she/her) is a graduate with a Masters in Counselling from Monash University, Australia. She is an ACA Registered Counsellor (Level 2), and a SAC Provisional Registered Counsellor. Her humanistic orientation of psychotherapy and counselling has helped adolescents and working professionals who are finding it difficult to cope with stress, challenges of being neurodivergent (e.g. autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, dyslexia), difficult home lives, sleep issues, anxiety, depression, life transitions, burnout, perfectionism, interpersonal relationships, discovering one’s gender identity, expression and sexuality.

She brings her authentic self to every counselling session and is dedicated to an inclusive, neurodiversity and LGBTQIA+ affirming practice.

Highest Qualification:

Master of Counselling, Monash University (Australia)

Licence / Registration / Membership:

SAC Provisional Clinical Member

ACA Level 2 Membership (In Progress)