Cheyenne graduated from Durham University with a Bachelor's (Honors) degree in Psychology and has just completed her postgraduate study where she obtained her Master’s degree in Affective Disorders (Distinction) from King’s College London. She has experience working with children and adults with a range of psychological disorders.
Cheyenne has had experience working with individuals from varied cultural backgrounds. Prior to joining Psych Connect, she worked with adolescents with comorbid eating disorders and other psychological illnesses (e.g. Autism, ADHD, Borderline Personality Disorder, Depression) in a psychiatric hospital in London. Cheyenne actively participated in the Pathway for Eating Disorders and Autism from Clinical Experience (PEACE) programme to support in-patients with eating disorders and autism. Furthermore, she assisted in music therapy to help improve emotion regulation in patients with eating disorders.
She also organised various psychological activities including expressive and cognitive therapies for psychiatric ward patients at Bali Provincial Mental Hospital. In addition to her clinical roles, she also has worked within the scope of an Assistant Developmental Facilitator in a preschool setting in Singapore. Cheyenne has facilitated multi-sensory activities such as dance and movement therapies in special needs schools to enhance motor processing and social skills in children with developmental disorders
Cheyenne has a strong interest in understanding the cognitive and emotional aspects of eating disorders. She is passionate about helping individuals of all ages from different backgrounds overcome life’s challenges, with specific interests in eating disorders and mood disorders. She also has a strong interest in understanding the link between human biology and behaviour. Her current research project on brain regions associated with Depression and Bipolar Disorders symptomatology has further equipped her with knowledge in these fields.
Cheyenne strongly believes that mental health is unique to each individual. She places huge importance on creating a safe and supportive environment where one can talk openly and confidentially. She recognises that childhood is an extremely vulnerable and crucial stage which shapes a child’s eventual ways of thinking and behaving. As such, she hopes to enhance emotional regulation and self-conceptualisation in children who are struggling internally through therapy.
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