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Ms Denise Liu

Ms Denise Liu (co-trainer) is a full-time researcher at Fei Yue Community Services, where she is involved in the supporting programme evaluation and practice research. Besides having over 12 years of experience conducting practice research and programme evaluation in the social service sector, Denise also practiced as a psychologist working with child abuse victims, and a case manager working with low-income families with home ownership aspirations. Her practice experience and evaluation of over 40 programmes and services ranging from structured therapeutic groupwork programmes to community development initiatives, have given her insight into the challenges and constraints faced by social service agencies when conducting practice research and evaluation.

She has been teaching and conducting training at institutions such as the Social Service Institute (SSI) and the Singapore University for Social Sciences (SUSS) since 2013. Besides teaching research methods courses, she has also developed and facilitated training courses to equip social service practitioners with the skills to use standardised assessment tools such as the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) tool and the Youth Levels of Service Case Management Inventory (YLS-CMI).

Denise holds a Master in Social Science (Psychology) from the National University of Singapore and has completed the WSQ Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA). She has also provided research and evaluation trainings, in both her professional capacity and as a volunteer, to over 200 social service practitioners.

Ms Denise Liu
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