Dr. Gloria Law
Senior Educational Psychologist | Assistant Director
“The Social Service Sector in Singapore is in the forefront in providing psychological services to clients whom are traditionally hard to reach in other settings. Working in CPH enables me to meet these clients in where they really are.”
Dr. Gloria Law is Senior Educational Psychologist, Assistant Director with Community Psychology Hub (CPH). She loves to use both research and clinical practice to help her think in a broader picture, for improvement and development of psychological services for clients with disabilities. She started her career as a psychologist in 2001.
Her primary interests and specialties are assessment and diagnosis of children with autism and/or developmental disabilities and, intervention and counselling of children and teens with developmental, emotional and behavioural issues. Before she joined CPH, she was a researcher in a local university, as well as worked in a child development unit and a child mental health clinic of local hospitals. Before she was a psychologist, she worked as a welfare worker, a human service worker and an Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) therapist in the child and disability sector.
Gloria is currently one of the team leads for the Early Intervention Services. She is deployed to a social service organisation to support clients in need. She helps build up the professional capabilities of psychologists working in EIPIC and Development Support (DS), by providing supervision and conducting training. In addition, she is involved in developing plans and models to advance psychological services within her deployment organisation and for the sector.
Gloria holds a PhD in Psychology from the National Institute of Education (NIE) at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She also holds a Master’s degree in Educational and Developmental Psychology from Monash University, Australia. She is a registered psychologist in both Australia and Singapore. She is also a board approved supervisor with the Psychology Board of Australia.
M.Psych (Ed. & Dev), PhD (Psychology).