BSc Psychology (SG)
Gynette holds a Bachelor of Social Sciences with Honours in Psychology from the National University of Singapore. Prior to Littlefoot Developmental Services, Gynette interacted closely with children with special needs during her internship at an early intervention learning centre. She gained hands-on experience while working with teachers and therapists and assisted in managing classroom behaviour. Gynette has also worked as a Research Assistant in multiple settings, leading her to develop critical thinking skills and a deeper understanding of effective learning and intervention programs.
As a behaviour therapist in Littlefoot Developmental Services, Gynette is committed to assist children in reaching their full learning potential by implementing evidence-based behaviour strategies. She believes in the importance of providing a safe and nurturing environment for children to express themselves.
Gynette firmly believes that no child should be looked down upon. She is grateful for the opportunity to be part of their developmental journey and hopes to make a positive impact. She strives to improve her craft so that she can provide the best support to help empower children with learning challenges.