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Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours) (BSpPath, Hons) (Australia)

Master of Music Therapy (MMusThy) (Australia)

AHP Certification Number: A1300970I


  • Allied Health professional Council (Full Reg)

  • Member of Speech and Language Therapy Singapore (SALTS)

  • Hanen Program – It Takes Two To Talk

  • Hanen Program – Learning Language and Loving It

  • PECS - Picture Exchange Communication System

  • Visualizing and Verbalizing® Program for Cognitive Development, Comprehension, & Thinking 

  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech – The Oral Motor Component

  • MORE – Integrating the Mouth with Sensory and Postural Functions

  • PROMPT – Prompts for restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets

  • Sara Rosenfield-Johnson’s Oral Placement Therapy

  • Clincal assessment, observation and goal setting for Sensory Integration and Praxis

Eugenia  believes that the goal of intervention is to support children in becoming well-integrated individuals in their communities - at home, at school and at play. As a mother of two, she believes in the importance of feeling empowered as a parent and caregiver. As such, she closely partners parents and caregivers, and works to foster confidence in their ability to support their children's development. 


Eugenia was awarded a scholarship from the National Council of Social Service in 2004. She did her training at La Trobe University (Australia), where she graduated with a Bachelor of Speech Pathology with Honours. Eugenia also holds a Master in Music Therapy from the University of Queensland (Australia). She has worked in a variety of contexts including early intervention centres, clinics, and schools (special and mainstream) both locally and in Australia. She is a full member of the professional association (Speech and Language Therapy Singapore) and is registered with the Allied Health Professionals Council.

Eugenia is experienced in working with children with developmental conditions (e.g. Autism Spectrum Disorders, Global Developmental Delays), language delays/ impairments, speech, literacy, and fluency disorders. She is also familiar and experienced with the local MOE education system. 

Eugenia has a strong interest in clinical supervision and has previously worked as a clinical educator at the University of Queensland (Australia) Communication Clinic. She also has years of experience supervising junior therapists locally under the Allied Health Professions Act.  Eugenia continues to hone her skills as a clinician. In 2015, she published an article in the Journal Music Therapy Perspectives about the use of song as a cue for expressive language development in children with language impairments.  Some of the programs that she has been trained in include:  

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