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10 Questions with our employee spotlight - Ng Cher Khee

Educational Therapist - Ng Cher Khee
  1. What three traits define you?
    Honest, Authentic and Nurturing.

  2. What’s one thing you couldn’t live without?

  3. Who is on the guest list for your ideal dinner party?
    Michelle Obama – her belief that education transforms lives and personal efforts towards this cause is an inspiration. Her intelligence, candor and relatable personality would make her an excellent dinner party guest.

  4. Where is the best place you’ve travelled to and why?
    Scotland – it’s where I’ve spent the best years of my young adult life and where my best friend still resides.

  5. What are the three things you always have in your bag?
    Mints for travel sickness, noise-cancelling earphones and tissues.

  6. What’s the best gift you’ve ever received?
    It was the first birthday present that my child had bought for me from her savings after much deliberation and planning. It was heart-warming to see your child giving back generously and thoughtfully to others around them.

  7. When you have 30 minutes of free-time, how do you pass the time?
    I read!

  8. What are 5 words you’d use to describe Dynamics Therapy Group?
    Client-focused, Collaborative, Resourceful, Passionate and Fun.

  9. What is your favourite thing about working as an Educational Therapist?
    There is no better feeling in the world than watching a child grow in confidence to overcome their fears and weaknesses. The best part of my job is being able to be a part of this journey and to witness the spark when things start to “click”.

  10. What do you hope to achieve at Dynamics, and what sets it apart from other therapy centres in Singapore?
    The collaboration between the multi-disciplinary teams of professionals at Dynamics makes it possible to respond quickly and flexibly to the ever-changing needs of developing children. I hope to be able to empower more children with the confidence to pursue education, to think critically and express themselves clearly so that they can be positive forces in their communities.