LOW YUNG LING
Low Yung Ling
Languages: English, Mandarin
As a qualified Clinical Neuropsychologist with more than a decade of experience, Yung Ling aspires to use her clinical expertise in enabling clients to maximise their potential. She enjoys working with individuals across the lifespan, and specialises in psychological assessments for neurodevelopmental disorders, acquired brain injury and dementia. With extensive experiences in social enterprises and public hospitals, Yung Ling also provides consultations to clients with neurological conditions and their caregivers, in addition to sharing her knowledge and experiences by providing supervisions and trainings.
- Acquired brain injury
- Neurodevelopmental disorders
- Mental capacity assessment
Certifications and Accreditations
- Master of Clinical Neuropsychology
- Bachelor of Science (Psychology) – Honours
- Bachelor of Science (Applied Psychology)
- Member of Singapore Psychological Society (MSPS)
- Registered Psychologist, Singapore Register of Psychologists (SRP)
- Registered Supervisor in Singapore
Yung Ling received her postgraduate qualification from Australia, and is a registered member as well as approved supervisor with the Singapore Register of Psychologists. As a trained Clinical Neuropsychologist who holds a Master of Clinical Neuropsychology, she strives to integrate empirical research and evidence-based practices into her clinical work, and has conducted more than a thousand psychological assessments in established social enterprises and public hospitals, for more than a decade.
She has been privileged to have the opportunities to work with culturally and linguistically diverse background individuals, from all walks of life, and had dealt with a variety of brain-based conditions across their lifespan including, but not limited to neurodevelopmental disorders, acquired brain injury and dementia. Apart from being one of the pioneer psychologists who have helped to establish the assessment service in a social enterprise who helps children with learning differences, she has previously worked in two of Singapore largest public hospitals to provide neuropsychological assessments for purposes such as differential diagnosis of neurological disorders, capacity for decision making, readiness to return to work, and planning of rehabilitation.
Currently, apart from her work at Promises Healthcare, she contributes to the society through her work at social enterprises. In addition, being passionate about sharing her knowledge and experiences, she provides clinical supervisions and trainings to other fellow professionals. Through her various roles, Yung Ling aspires to empower individuals to maximise their potentials as a way to enable them to lead meaningful and fulfilling life. As a firm believer in working hard and playing hard, she relieves stress via gaming, expressing her creativity with photography, and enjoys catching up with family as well as friends over good food.