Dawn Ho

Counsellor / Mentor

  • Masters of Arts (Counselling and Guidance), National Institute of Education/ Nanyang Technological University
  • Triple P® (Positive Parenting Programme) Practitioner, University of Queensland, Australia
  • Signposts for Building Better Behaviour Practitioner, Parenting Research Centre, Australia
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Secondary), National Institute of Education 


A former MOE educator in Secondary school for several years, Dawn developed a strong passion working with youths and families through her career as a teacher and youth volunteer in her church, which prompted her to pursue her Masters in Counselling. She has since worked with a variety of clients, ranging from youths struggling with cyber addiction, mental health – to parents struggling with teens and co-parenting issues.  

Having worked with families across different cultural and social backgrounds, Dawn believes that strong family units are the foundation for children and youths to thrive through the tumultuous development stages, to emerge as well-adjusted and adaptable young adults. She prefers using a strengths-based approach to collaborate with her clients in discovering their potential and purpose in life, and believes a supportive therapeutic relationship is important for nurturing her clients’ sense of autonomy and empowerment.