Jeremy Tang

 Principal Clinical Psychologist

MPsych (Clinical)
Registered Psychologist (Singapore)
Registered Supervisor (Singapore)
Certified ESDM Therapist
PEERS Certified Provider

Jeremy Tang is a registered psychologist and clinical supervisor listed under the Singapore Register of Psychologists. He has more than 10 years of experience working exclusively with autistic children, adolescents and adults. He started out as a behavioural therapist trained in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) working with preschoolers before pursuing a master’s degree in clinical psychology at James Cook University (JCU). 

Upon graduation, he worked as a psychologist at Pathlight School, where he provided behavioural interventions and conducted various psychometric and access arrangement assessments for the students. He was also in charge of revamping and updating the school’s social skills curriculum, in addition to running social skills classes for the students. 

He subsequently worked at the Community Psychology Hub (CPH) where he was deployed to the Child Development Unit (CDU) under the National University Hospital (NUH). At CDU, he was part of a research team that looked at the implementation of telehealth-based early intervention therapy for young children. He provided early intervention therapy based on the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) programme through a parent-training model in both telehealth and standard clinic settings. 

Currently, in addition to running Spectrum Psychology Practice, Jeremy continues to work with young children at CDU/NUH, provide consultation to the KidSTART programme under the Kandang Kerbau Hospital (KKH), and supervise students in post-graduate clinical psychology programmes.

As a clinical psychologist specialising in Autism, Jeremy is trained in behavioural approaches such as ABA and ESDM, as well as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). He is also familiar with the TEACCH approach and is experienced utilising it in a special school setting. His experience in working with autistic children, adolescents and adults across the human developmental lifespan allows him to understand the unique challenges that the autistic individual will encounter as they go through these stages of life. He believes that with proper guidance and support, autistic individuals and/or their parents can be empowered to realise their full potential.