Meet the DEDICATED Team of EIP

Working together in collaboration, innovation, care, integrity & accountability


Laura Yap, LLB – Program Coordinator of Early Intervention Programme – Autism
Laura is the founder of Early Intervention Programme-Autism, which has been operating in Selangor for 14 years. She is a parent of a young adult with autism, who is currently attending college. She has been the biggest advocate in pursuing evidence-based treatment and education throughout the centre, building a strong team to pioneer the industry.

Educational Psychologist - Teow Chean Khai, M. Ed., UTM
Khai’s expertise covers Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and psychoeducational assessment/testing.He has also been certified as a Registered Behavioural Therapist (RBT) and has received training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Social Thinking. He works with a wide range of students from 2 to 28 years old with various special needs including ASD, ADHD, dyslexia, cerebral palsy, cognitive/executive difficulties, slow learners and mental conditions such as depression and anxiety issues.  He is also a registered member of the Singapore Psychological Society and Malaysia Psychological Association. 

Supervising Therapist - Jennifer Leong, Msc. in ABA and Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA)
Jennifer is a Masters graduate from Bangor University. She has more than 5 years’ experience implementing intervention programs at home and centre-based, providing personal learning support in an international school setting and until recently, started supervising the EIP team. In 2020, she acquired her BCBA credential. She is now providing onsite supervision for our fellow Registered Behaviour Technicians.

Registered Behaviour Technician - Emma Yap Tzy Cheng, B. of Science in Psychology.
Emma graduated from the the University of Reading, United Kingdom. She has been part of EIP since the last quarter of 2021 and has recently received her RBT credential. Emma is excited to use her current and future knowledge and training to help and assist her clients with their needs alongside the EIP team.

Registered Behaviour Technician - Cheryl Low, B. of Psych
Cheryl is a Psychology graduate from HELP University. She has recently acquired her license as a Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) and is excited to exercise her knowledge. She is a passionate advocate for mental health, and will strive to meet her client's needs with her best ability.

Registered Behaviour Technician - Yuventhra Rao, B. of Psych
Yuventhra Rao or better known as Yuv is a psychology graduate from HELP University. He has the willingness to learn and has a passion in understanding motivation across all ages. He has recently received his RBT credential and is thrilled to be given an opportunity to learn more knowledge and improve his skills to be of assistance to his clients and their families.

Visiting Consultants:

Low Wan Yi, BSc. in Speech Pathology. – Speech-language Therapist
Wan Yi is a graduate from the Science University of Malaysia. She assists EIP in evaluating language strengths and weaknesses in order to make recommendations for access arrangements for clients or students taking standardised examinations like IGCSE, GCE, IB, PPSR, PT3 and SPM.

Stephanie Cheong, MA. in TESOL. – Music Therapist
Stephanie graduated from Western Illinois University with a BA in Arts cum laude (2000), majoring in Music Therapy with a minor in Psychology (2000). In 2017, she graduated with a MA in TESOL with merit from the University of Nottingham. She is currently self-employed and working with special needs children with disabilities such as autism, Down syndrome, Williams syndrome, visual impairment and learning disabilities. She has been offering Music Therapy to clients of EIP since its inception 2004.

Our team of BCBAs are also able to offer supervision to those requiring supervision hours who are working towards the credential, as well as RBTs who are working on their own. Please email us at for more information.

We welcome any student (in the related field), interested in this career pathway to pursue an internship attachement with EIP. As interns, you would be:

  • Assigned to a mentor (RBT)
  • Exposed to and expect to assist in teaching
  • Able to establish developmental levels
  • Implementing skills-acquisition and behaviour modification
  • Conducting carry-over activities in Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy
  • Collecting feedback and response to intervention
  • Assisting in a stimulated classroom setting
  • Providing contructive feedback and recommendations
  • Given ad-hoc assigments

Interns who successfully complete their internship may request for an individual reference from EIP.


About EIP

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Events & Happenings

What we have to offer for the community, including workshops and trainings, seminars, free screenings, as well as scholarship opportunities.