Parandaman T.

Educational Qualifications:

  • Doctor of Psychology & Psychotherapy, UK (Candidate)
  • Sub Specialty Training Child and Family Forensics, USA
  • Master of Applied Forensic Psychology (UK)
  • BA Psychology (USA)

Academic Appointments & Professional Training:

  • Clinical Supervisor for NUS & NIE Department of Psychology Placement Students
  • Member of Panel of Therapeutic Specialists (POTs) under the commission of Singapore Courts
  • Team Lead with the Police National Service Department

Professional Registration:

  • Specialist Chartered Forensic Psychologist with the British Psychological Society (BPS)
  • Member of Singapore Psychological Society (SPS)
  • Registered with the Singapore Register of Psychologists (SRP)

Professional Training:

  • Cert in Child and Family Forensic Issues (US)
  • R&R2 ADHD Trainer
  • Advanced Parenting Coordination (US)
  • Cert in Aggression, Assessment and Therapy (UK)


  • Children (0-12 years)
  • Adolescents
  • Young Adults (18-21 years)
  • Adults
  • Families

Parandaman T.

Principal Pediatric Forensic Psychologist & Trauma Program Lead

Parandaman T.

Paran is a Pediatric Forensic Psychologist with over 10 years experience of working in a specialist child and adolescent mental health team for children who are placed in residential care. He is a Specialist Chartered Forensic Psychologist with the British Psychological Society (BPS) and is a doctoral candidate with Middlesex University.

Paran had set up community Paediatric psychological service units within a family service centre as well Social Service Agency in Singapore. He has also worked within the Family Justice Courts consulting juvenile arrest cases, child protection cases and family protection cases. Paran presently serves as conduit for attorneys, judges, and other law professionals to illuminate psychological elements in legal cases. His passion is to make trauma informed care more accessible to the commmunity.

He has vast experience in assessing child and adolescents’ personality, mental illness, parenting skills, and family dynamics to support a healthy environment for the growth and development of children. He consults families where there are complex child protection concerns and repeated patterns of psychological trauma and abuse which are relevant to child mental health. He has undergone subspecialty training in parental alienation, child, family forensics, child specific Eye-Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR; a specialist therapy for complex trauma), Child Attachment and Play Assessment (CAPA) and parental alienation. He is also trained in schema therapy for children and adolescents; Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (TF-CBT), Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC).

An attachment lens influences his clinical practice throughout. He is mindful that for children who have experienced developmental trauma, helping them to grow healthy attachment relationships can significantly improve their long-term physical and emotional health. Paran has also undertaken further specialist training in the assessment and treatment of Complex Trauma and Dissociation. Paran consults families where there are complex child protection and safety concerns and repeated patterns of psychological trauma and abuse which are relevant to child mental health and developmental trauma. In particular, he provides clinical and forensic psycho diagnostic assessments, risk assessments, child custodial evaluation, treatment and psychotherapy.

His clinical interests lie in consulting children, adolescents and women who have been exposed to domestic violence abuse, developmental trauma, PTSD or who have been suspected of exhibiting ADHD symptoms.

Paran is part of the Panel of Therapeutic Specialists with the Family Justice Courts. He holds an appointment (Team Lead) with the Police National Service Department, where he conducts risk assessments and provides psychotherapy for conscripts serving their national service duties. Paran is a recipient of 3 National Council of Social Service Overseas Training Awards. He was a recipient of the Commissioner of Singapore Police Force award in the year 2021.

Paran is a committed psychologist who is passionate about what he does. He works collaboratively to empower positive change through self-compassion, awareness and understanding to improve mental, emotional and social wellbeing.


Dr. Sanveen Kang

Director & Principal Clinical Psychologist

Samantha Ng

Principal Counselling Psychologist & Team Lead

Parandaman T.

Principal Pediatric Forensic Psychologist & Trauma Program Lead

Danielle Buckley

Principal Coaching Psychologist

Benjamin Low

Senior Clinical Psychologist

Aneesha Sathiananthan

Senior Educational and Developmental Psychologist

Thivya Lakshmi

Senior Psychologist

Sonya Branson

Clinical Psychologist

Vanessa Orlati

Senior Associate Psychologist (Doctoral Candidate)

Cheyenne Lee

Associate Psychologist


Rachel Emmer

Principal Counselor

Giana Sharma


Diandra Andersen

Counsellor & Health Coach

Cheryl Frois

Counsellor & Family Therapist

Art Psychotherapists

Joshua Tan

Senior Psychotherapist & Art Psychotherapist

Michelle Baraba

Psychotherapist & Art Psychotherapist

Speech & Language Therapists

Blakesley Orr

Senior Speech and Language Therapist

Alison Kwok

Senior Speech and Language Therapist

Occupational Therapists

Kaitlin Morgan

Principal Occupational Therapist

Susan Ferguson

Senior Occupational Therapist

Abelle Wee

Senior Occupational Therapist

Educational Therapists

Mathana Balan

Senior Educational Therapist

Dr. Zainab Shaukat

ADHD Coach & Educational Therapist