Sunghye Sin, PsyD., is a PA licensed clinical psychologist and certified school psychologist. She is also an ADHD-CCSP. At Widener University, she earned a master’s degree in clinical psychology and school psychology, and then went on to receive her doctorate in psychology, also at Widener. Dr. Sin has over ten years of clinical experience; she has worked with children (starting from 15 months), adolescents, adults, and families.
Earlier in her career, Dr. Sin worked as a special education teacher.
Dr. Sin served as a staff psychologist at SPIN, Inc (Special People In Northeast), the Autism Center of Excellence. Her experience also includes inpatient/outpatient behavioral health clinics and school settings. She has diagnosed children as young as 15 months old with an autism spectrum disorder.
She specializes in autism, ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, trauma, self-regulation issues, anger management, executive coaching, toilet training and sensory integration challenges.
Play is an essential part of socialization. Children make friends as they play together. Having appropriate play skills is vital, so the group provides direct opportunities for children (aged from 1.5 to 4 years) to learn play skills. Children on the spectrum used to play by themselves and ignore others. Dr. Sin has excellent abilities to lead disengaged children to participate in activities with other children with their parents' involvement.