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Sang Pham



Sang graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), completed in 2016.

Before Patches, Sang worked as a Disability Support Worker, gaining experience with the NDIS and NDIS participants. Sang specialised in providing core support services to individuals of all ages on an ongoing basis, forming long-term bonds and assisting them to develop skills and meet their goals.  Sang moved on to work as a Regional Area Supervisor, providing supervision and training to disability support workers in their journey to assisting NDIS participants live their life to its fullest potential.

Now, as a Provisional Psychologist and Behaviour Support Practitioner, Sang combines his experience and professional learning to provide engaging, understandable, and rigorous therapy services to people and their families.  Sang has had experience with developmental disabilities—such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Global Developmental Delay, Intellectual Disability, among others—in a wide range of presentations, but has also worked with those experiencing psychosocial challenges—including Depression and Anxiety.

Sang began working with Patches in 2021. In his spare time, he loves to play video games, watch anime, and read horror books.