Friday, January 1, 2021 - 12:36



EP1 - What might therapy look like in Therapeutic Justice?  


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How can lawyers and therapists engage each other more effectively? What are the benefits to the lawyers and to the clients? What does the therapist think of working with lawyers?

Join Min Lim (Legal Aid Bureau) as she leads this very interesting conversation with Angelina Hing (Integro Law) and Dr Tsao I-Ting (Redwood Psychology).

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Ms Angelina Hing was a District Judge in the Family Courts from 2009 to 2016, and started Integro Law Chambers, a niche family law practice. Her firm’s goal is to integrate expertise in law and therapeutic services to provide clients with balanced and holistic advice in navigating through their family disputes.




Dr Tsao I-Ting is a clinical psychologist and started Redwood Psychology, a private mental health practice that aims to make psychology accessible to all. She is a custody evaluator for the Family Justice Courts and works with children and families in crisis. Prior to private practice, she has extensive experience in the public service working with youth and adult offenders and their families.



Ms Min Lim started work in a private law firm, as a civil litigator. She subsequently joined the Legal Service where she did stints in the Civil Registry of the then Subordinate Courts of Singapore and the Family and Juvenile Court. She has also worked in the then Ministry of Community Development Youth and Sports. She is currently the Director of the Legal Aid Bureau, which helps the less privileged get access to justice for civil matters.



Youth Justice in Singapore – Rehabilitation, Reintegration, Restoration 

Date: 16 May 2023, 4.00pm - 6.00pm SGT    Venue: SAL, Stamford 1 & 2, The Adelphi #08-08, 1 Coleman Street, Singapore 179803

- Sharing on how the Probation and Community Rehabilitation Service (PCRS) facilitates pathways to desistance through effective community rehabilitation
- Provide insights to PCRS’ client profiles and evidence-based practices
- Give an overview of the court processes, key court cases and sentencing options that support rehabilitation and reintegration of the youth offenders into society

Click here to find out more.