Meet the Specialists
Saloni graduated from University at Buffalo. She possesses extensive experience in working with children. She has volunteered at Gracehaven Salvation Army by providing counselling and guidance to children who display risk behaviours to help them reintegrate back into their families and society
Saloni is from the University at Buffalo. Her course of study so far has equipped her with a broad understanding of human behaviour across various fields of psychology such as developmental psychology, cognitive psychology and clinical psychology.
Prior to her ongoing studies at Singapore Institute of Management, Saloni has also obtained a Diploma in Psychology Studies from Temasek Polytechnic. During her course of study there, she has done an elective module on Psychology of the Exceptional Child where she gained knowledge of resources and practice for Inclusive Early Childhood Education. In addition, she has also attained knowledge on human development throughout the life span with a focus on cognitive, physical and emotional development of infants and children.
Saloni possesses extensive experience in working with children. She has volunteered at Gracehaven Salvation Army by providing counselling and guidance to children who display risk behaviours to help them reintegrate back into their families and society. Furthermore, she was also assigned as the project leader of an Overseas Community Involvement Program while studying at Temasek Polytechnic. Besides helping to renovate a school for the children in Cambodia, she also taught them simple Mathematics, English and hygiene practices.
Saloni also has prior experience of working with children with special needs. She has had an internship attachment with Mindmatters Psychology Practice. This has allowed her the opportunity to attend to and work with children with differing disabilities such as: Autism, Dyslexia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity and Conduct Disorder. She had the experience of helping them in maintaining appropriate behavior in different settings and to be more socially receptive and expressive. Her passion for working with children with special needs was inspired by her experience with Mindmatters. She believes that children with special needs are just like any other children and can maximise their potential with proper guidance.