Prakash is a fun and down to earth guy who enjoys the simple things in life. He is a Clinical Psychologist from Kuala Lumpur who obtained his Masters of Clinical Psychology from HELP University. He earned his undergraduate degree in Psychology (BSc Hons) at the same university prior to that. Through his experience, Prakash has worked with many children and has cultivated the passion for working with children, specifically those with special needs.

Prakash is also a fitness instructor who has worked with many different populations. He is keen to apply this knowledge and experience to working with children of special needs as a form of physical therapy.

Prakash is familiar with the diagnostic tools needed and specialises in assessing, reporting, diagnosing and in treatment planning for children with developmental conditions such as autism spectrum disorders, as well as learning disabilities. He is also well-versed in the administration of IQ examinations among children. Prakash has been trained in sensory integration and Social Thinking approaches.

He leads Oasis Place’s Social Thinking Camp three times a year along with the team of other psychologists and occupational therapist. He also co-facilitates Quest Oasis life skill group for young adults. Both these programs are anchored using the Social Thinking curriculum developed by Michelle Garcia Winner.