June has more than 10 years of experience dealing with family-related issues.
In particular, she specialises in:
Providing court mandated assessments and treatment of offending behaviours and trauma issues, at both pre- and post-sentencing stages.
Conducting intellectual/special needs assessments for children, adolescents and adults.
Providing individual therapy for clients who present with clinical disorders and anti-social behaviours.
Facilitating group therapy programmes for violent offenders and sex offenders.
Providing clinical/forensic consultations for chamber discussions, probation services, child abuse intervention teams and juvenile institutions.
Conducting training on forensic psychology, group facilitation skills, child witness interviewing, child-safe environments, juvenile delinquency, sexual offending and theft intervention, amongst others
Prior to setting up Couch Psychology Services, June was managing a team of psychologists in the Clinical and Forensic Psychology Branch in the Ministry of Social and Family Development, Singapore. June has also had vast overseas international experience, having worked previously in both Dubai and Australia.
June graduated with a Masters in Forensic Psychology (First Class Honours) from University of New South Wales