Charlene Teo, a registered Specialist Adult Educator (IAL) is spurred on a continuing drive to inspire and empower others. With over 30 years in various industries that dealt primarily with people and over 10 years in the training of adults, families and children, Charlene has inspired many people to explore new dimensions to achieve their goals.
Presently, she is:
- a registered Clinical Supervisor (Singapore Association for Counselling)
- a registered Specialist Adult Educator (Adult Educator Professionalisation – Institute for Adult Learning)
- a certified trainer for Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre)
- She is also a certified trainer of the Paws b and .b Mindfulness Curriculum under the Mindfulness in Schools Project (MiSP – UK).
- a trainer for Centre of Advancement in Family Education in Parent Education
- an associate Trainer and Curriculum Developer with Training Vision Institute Pte Ltd. for WSQ Service Excellence Programmes and WSQ Diploma in Service Leadership Programmes
- an associate lecturer with BathSpa University, UK, through Training Vision Institute for the Bachelor’s degree in Business Management (Honours).
- an associate Adult Educator for Berne TA Pte Ltd
In her private practice, as a psychotherapist, counsellor and coach, Charlene counsels and coaches teens, adults and families on life-skills, relationship skills, peak performance management as well as managing symptoms of ADHD.
Charlene holds a Master of Social Science in Professional Counseling (Swinburne), with elective in CBT and Certificate in Advanced Skills in Family Therapy. She is presently undertaking the Graduate Diploma in Clinical Supervision with Swinburne University, Australia (completion June 2018).
She has a passion for lifelong learning – as a learner, a teacher, a coach, a trainer, a counselor, a psychotherapist and an educator. She hones this passion by combining her skills in counseling, coaching, customer service, human behaviour management, training, and the creative arts to conduct empowerment sessions that are challenging, creative and constructive.