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Dr Terence Yow Tuck Sheng

30 Sep 2020

Dr. Terence Yow has more than 20 years of experience as a Social Worker supporting individuals and families in both the healthcare and social service setting. As the Divisional Director of Allkin Singapore, Terence oversees a range of community based social services catering to seniors, persons with mental health concerns, youth and ex-offenders.

Terence obtained his Master and Ph.D in Social Work from the National University of Singapore. He also did an advanced training in Family Therapy at the University of Calgary, Canada. Terence had been lecturing in the Social Work undergraduate and post-graduate programs at the National University of Singapore and Singapore University of Social Sciences (previously uniSIM) since 2008. He is also an approved clinical supervisor with University of Michigan, NUS, SUSS, Curtin and Swinburne University. His work had been published in professional journals & academic textbooks and he presented in several local and international conferences.

Terence is an appointed Social Service Fellow since 2018 and serves on several ministerial committees. Among which, Terence serves as the co-chair of AIC’s Institutional Review Board. Director of Global Institute of Social Workers and vice-chair of Children Cancer Foundation’s Program Committee.

Terence conducts regular training at the Social Service Institute for social service practitioners in mental health and motivational interviewing related courses. Terence is an active advocate and champion for a more inclusive society for persons with mental health issues in the community. As a trained life coach, Terence partners people to unleash their potential by facilitating their personal and professional growth.

Terence is married for 20 years and has a son and a daughter. In his free time, Terence enjoys travelling, photography and a nice cup of coffee.