Qianyi Ng

Senior Child Psychologist & Family Therapist


Individual Therapy (50 min):

SGD210 | SGD240*

Individual Therapy (80 min):

SGD310 | SGD340*

Family Therapy (80 min):

SGD330 | SGD360*

*Weekday nights (after 6pm) and Saturdays


  • MSc (Applied Psychology)
  • BSc Psychology (Hons)
  • Certificate in Autism (Autism Resource Centre, SG)
  • MSPS

Clinical Hours

  •  Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm

  •  Sat 9am-3pm


  • English
  • Mandarin


  •  Autism and Developmental Disabilities
  •  ADHD
  •  Play skills
  •  Social skills
  •  Learning difficulties
  •  Behavioural challenges
  •  Emotion regulation
  •  Transition issues
  • Work-related issues
  •  Psychoeducation
  •  Family engagement
  •  Parent-child relationship
  •  Parenting stress and coping

About Qianyi Ng

Qianyi is a child psychologist with more than 8 years of experience working with children between the ages of 0-18 years old. She graduated from the National University of Singapore (NUS) with a Bachelor of Psychology (Honors) and subsequently from the University of Leeds (UK) with a Masters of Psychology.

Qianyi has worked extensively with children with neurodevelopmental disorders and their families in both home and school settings. She takes on a transdisciplinary approach to her intervention and is experienced in the management of children with Autism Spectrum

Disorder (ASD), Intellectual Disability (ID), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), learning difficulties, attachment and transition difficulties

Qianyi has always been inquisitive and passionate about working with children with special needs as she believes that every child has their unique strengths and weaknesses.

Qianyi Ng's Approach

During her sessions, she endeavours to understand and connect with her clients through child-led play and learning. Qianyi’s intervention approach is one that is eclectic as she aims to tailor her therapy to best fit the needs of her clients.

Besides working directly with children, Qianyi firmly believes in the importance of collaborating with and empowering families in providing psychosocial support for their children with special needs. She often reminds parents that all behaviour is a form of communication. When parents put on a holistic lens to better understand their child, it helps them to recognise their child’s strengths and interests beyond their child’s challenges

Qianyi Ng's Languages

 Qianyi currently conducts therapy in both English and Mandarin.