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Dr Jasmine Pang

BA, BArts(Hon)Psych, DPsych(Clinical)

Clinical Psychologist | APHRA Supervisor | Speaker | Trainer
  • Trauma Recovery and Crisis Response

  • Clinical Education, Training and Supervision

  • Workshops and talks

  • Healthcare workers and First Responders

  • Children and Adolescents

  • Adjustment and Life Transitions

  • Acculturation and third culture challenges

  • Burnout, Vicarious Trauma and Compassion Fatigue

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Personality Disorders

About Jasmine

Jasmine is an endorsed Clinical Psychologist and Board approved Clinical Supervisor who has worked over the past two decades in various government, community and inpatient settings in Singapore as well as in Australia. She has worked extensively with child protection, foster services, emergency departments and hospital services. Jasmine has a particular interest in supporting children, adolescents, parents and adults who have experienced traumatic or difficult life circumstances and is passionate about ensuring high quality services be made available to them. As such, she practices from a person centered philosophy working primarily from evidence-based models and believes in flexibility within fidelity to ensure the best for clients.

Having trained, travelled and lived internationally, Jasmine is very comfortable working with clients from diverse cultural backgrounds. She has been privileged to learn from leaders in the field completing training at the Beck Institute in Philadelphia, Women's College Hospital Toronto and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Jasmine is a Triple P practitioner & Trainer, EMDR practitioner, TF-CBT practitioner, Schema Therapy practitioner, MHFA Singapore Master Trainer and is a Parenting Under Pressure (PuP) Trainer. She was also involved in several national level crisis deployments for the Singapore government both in front line deployments and in planning/operations. Jasmine has held various senior leadership roles in Public and Private Health, Social Services and Community services so understands the joys and pressures of leadership. She currently splits her time between private practice at Heartworks Psychology Services, her role as Staff Psychologist supporting leadership, staff and teams in the Metro North Health Service (MNHS), as well as training and supervision both privately and with several Universities. She encourages evidence based deliberate reflective practice and is experienced in adapting training and supervision to meet the needs of those she is working with. She also conducts seminars, workshops and trainings (both online and in person) for teams, organisations and schools. 

Besides resilience and trauma recovery, her interests include crisis emergency response, parenting, as well as child and adolescent mental health. Jasmine oversaw the Triple P programme in the Singapore government and was part of the team who adapted Mental Health First Aid to the Singapore context. She was also part of the leadership team leading the roll out of TF-CBT training to practitioners in Singapore so is familiar with supporting the adaptation and implementation of evidence based programs in community settings and teams. She held the appointment of Adjunct Associate Professor with the National University of Singapore for 10 years and is passionate about training, teaching and supervision. She was also a previous Board Member (and first Singaporean to sit on the Board) of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS).

Jasmine is known for being caring, compassionate, experienced, authentic, down-to-earth and a bit silly. 

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