Saw Han Quah is a Clinical Psychologist in private practice in Singapore. For the past 20 years, Saw Han has worked with children, young persons and their parents in relation to child protection, juvenile crime and family issues. Prior to private practice, Saw Han worked as a Principal Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Director at a government department dealing with rehabilitation and protection cases. She has a wide range of interests: parenting, disabilities, child development and protection, mental health (especially trauma, resilience and children of mentally ill parents), family therapy, programme implementation and evaluation, research, learning and behaviour, and issues related to burnout. Saw Han has been a trainer and involved with the implementation of TCOM tools like CANS (Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths) and FAST (Family Advocacy and Support Tool – called the Family and Adult Support Tool in Singapore) for the past 10 years.