Mr. Jason Teo holds several accreditations, reflecting his passion for helping others unleash hidden potential, amongst them including Certified Clinical Therapist from IACT (International Association for Counsellors and Therapists), Certified Trainer and Coach, PDTD (Professional Diploma in Training and Development) Master Trainer in Cognitive Psychology, Certified Family-Life educator and a Masters in Business Administration. He is also well trained in the field of Neurotherapy using Brain Maps, Neurofeedback, and Neurostimulation. He is also a Certified Trainer in SOI (Structure of Intellect), MNRI (Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration Therapy), Neuro-physio therapy, and a Level 4 Consultant in The Tomatis Method.
Mr. Jason Teo has diverse training and experience in Cognitive Skills Development, Sensory Processing and Sensory Integration Therapy, Vision Therapy, Reading & Language Therapy, Developmental Play (DIR floortime), Sandplay & Expressive Art Therapy.
Mr. Jason Teo had conducted training and spoken to many audiences, among them Channel News Asia, Good morning Singapore, FM 93.8, NTU alumni, numerous Primary & Secondary schools, Parents’ support groups, Temasek Polytechnic, and corporations like the IRAS, Great Eastern Insurance, NTUC, AMD, and OCBC bank. Jason has also conducted many workshops in Indonesia and India.
Our SBDC advisory board consists of more than 20 professionals from the clinical and neuropsychology disciplines, specialists in vision and auditory processing and educational professionals. They include Dr Ken Gibson, Visual Processing Specialist; Prof Tan Teng Kee, Director of Nanyang MBA and Chairman of India and China Strategist Group, Nanyang Technological University. Our educational partners also include Dr William Volk, Dr Jan Strydom and Dr Frank Belgau among others
SBDC welcomes Maude Le Roux, an accomplished occupational therapist, as an advisory board member. Maude Le Roux, OTR/L, SIPT, RCTC, DIR® Certificate, Director and Trainer of Cellfield Reading Intervention, is an accomplished occupational therapist with great affinity for learning and understanding the human brain. She is SIPT certified and specializes in Sensory Integration services as it applies to functional activities of daily living, including improving the ability of any child to partake in his/her learning environment. She also holds a certificate in DIR®/Floortime™, and is a certified Cellfield Intervention provider. She is also a certified Tomatis Consultant. Maude is an international trainer in Tomatis Sound Therapy, DIR/Floortime through ICDL, Interactive Metronome, Cellfield Reading Intervention, as well as for the courses she had developed herself.
SBDC welcomes Sensory Processing Disorder expert Dr. Erna Blanche, as an advisory board member. Erna Imperatore Blanche received her basic training in occupational therapy at the University of Chile (Santiago, Chile) and later earned her Master of Arts degree in Special Education at Columbia University. She received her PhD degree in Occupational Science at the University of Southern California. She is an expert in pediatric occupational therapy and interventions based on occupational science. She has co-authored two books, “Understanding the Nature of Sensory Integration with Diverse Populations” and “Observations Based on Sensory Integration,” and one video series, “Combining Neurodevelopmental Treatment and Sensory Integration Principles,” on pediatric practice.
SBDC (SBDC) established partnership with Learning Technics in 2015. With the partnership and programs from Learning Technics, SBDC aims to further assist individuals who struggle with reading, math, spelling, memory, ADHD, ADD, and Dyslexia. One of the programs that SBDC is training in Singapore is the patented Physio-Neuro training of Learning Technics, that will help a struggling student markedly improve his/her ability to learn and to overcome the roadblocks to a brighter future. John Heath has appeared on television numerous times and has lectured at universities and academic institutions throughout the country. In 2006 Oxford University recognized Heath’s advances made in the field of solving learning disabilities and invited him to present his research at the university.