Our Therapists


Ms. Sri / Head of Department

“I take joy in forming special connections with my students.”

Sri is a certified play therapy practitioner from the Australia Play Therapy Association. A graduate from University Tunku Abdul Rahman with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, she enjoys seeing the world through the eyes of her students. With over 6 years of experience, Sri’s goal is to constantly find methods that allow her to teach her students in a way that is meaningful to each individual child.


Mr. Azlan / Senior Therapist

“Watching children learn and understand what they are taught is rewarding.”

Graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Azlan finds comfort in guiding children. This has further motivated him to obtain certificates in counselling children and adolescents, as well as in applying the ABA method in Therapy. Azlan is the Toddler Town’s senior therapist and is constantly driven to do better for the children at every opportunity.


Ms. Marjan / Junior Therapist

“I would not change you for the world, but I will change the world for you.”

Marjan is always looking to guide special needs children to approach learning in engaging and creative ways. Graduating with a BSc in Psychology and Communication Studies, she stands by her motto that every special need child deserves an equal right to be in the same standing as other children.


Mr. Besanth / Junior Therapist

“The younger generation holds the power to shape a better future.”

Having completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and communications, Besanth is always looking to help those in need. He strongly believes in providing opportunities for each child to flourish in tomorrow’s society.


Ms. Lily / junior Therapist

“I believe that each child is special in their own way.”

Lily has a strong interest in developmental psychology, leading her to be one of the special educators and junior therapists at Toddler Town. Graduating from Monash University with a Bachelor of Psychological Science, Lily’s educational experience includes being a voluntary mental health advocate, a research assistant, as well as a participant in courses specializing on Autism Spectrum Disorder.