NUS Psychology Career Talk [Updates]

*updates* This is the confirmed schedule for career talks, lunch is provided free of charge. Registration will still be open at the entrance.


Registration Of Participants


Welcome Speech


Educational Psychologist Dr Sharifah Mariam


Clinical Psychologist Dr Lyn Chua


Health Psychologist Dr Elizabeth Nair


Child Psychologist Dr Frances Yeo




IO Psychologist Maj Adrian Chua


NUS Lecturer Prof Michelle See


Sports Psychologist Dr Bervyn Lee

Decided on Psychology as a major, but overwhelmed by the number of specializations available?

Listen to a diverse range of speakers from all fields of psychology talk about the career prospects of their field of specialization and expound on what they do on a daily basis. Let them help you make an informed decision!

These are just some of the people that you can look forward to hearing from:

Dr Bervyn Lee is an assistant professor from the School Of Physical Education, National Institute of Education with a doctorate in Sports Psychology. He is the director of the Youth Sports Development Division at the Singapore Sports Council and is also actively involved in the SAF School of Physical Training. His work involves enhancing motivation among athletes and soldiers, team building, and coping with anxiety and stress.

Dr Elizabeth Nair is from Work and Health Psychologists. She is a former 4 term President of the Singapore Psychological Society. She has an impressive track record in organisational leadership and her company provides inter-organisational services to identify manpower concerns training needs and counselling for senior management to ensure continued well being.

Dr Frances Yeo is a Principal Child Psychologist with KK Womens and Children’s Hospital Psychology Department. Her department provides services such as management of emotional difficulties, learning difficulties assesement, behavioral management, parenting training and much more.

Dr Sharifah Mariam is an Educational Psychologist with MOE who has made signifcant contributions to raising the quality of education for children with special needs and disabilities.

and many more……………………

So come down to our registration table at the central forum from 4-6 March to signup now!

Further enquiries can be directed to


One thought on “NUS Psychology Career Talk [Updates]

  1. You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but
    I find this matter to be actually something that I think I would never understand.
    It seems too complex and extremely broad for me. I’m looking forward for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!

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