APCB Boards of Governance

To ensure smooth operations of APCB and maintain relationships with sister boards in other countries in the Asia Pacific Region. Board of members of Singapore.

Board of Directors

Dr Munidasa Winslow

Consultant Psychiatrist,
Department of Psychological Medicine,
National University Singapore.

Yvonne Yuen

Senior Psychotherapist,
Wecare Community Services

Sam Kuna

Associate Professor and the Dean,
School of Counseling,
TCA College

Noor Haslinda Ibrahim

Caregiving and Community
Mental Health Division,
Agency for Integrated Care (AIC)

Dr Sivakumar Thurairajasingam

Professor of Psychiatry and Psychological Medicine at Monash University

APCB Scientific Board

APCB Scientific Board members are selected for a period of 3 years. There are a maximum of 8 members who are chosen from various relevant fields of Clinical expertise aligned to the different APCB categories of certification. The Chair of the Scientific Board is the leader and co-ordinator of the activities of the APCB Scientific Board and the board members are expected to work closely with the Chair.


1. To ensure a rigorous process to ensure that any scientific material published or presented under the auspices of the APCB has the appropriate level of clinical credibility and merit.

2. To support APCB in producing or approving content for certification programmes which are original, have excellent scientific credentials and consist of the right mix of original research and evidence based instructional practice.

Dr. David Mee Lee

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr. Benny Lam

Senior Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Scott Miller

Founder, International Center for Clinical Excellence

Dr. Munidasa Winslow

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr. Rebecca Walters

Creative Arts Consultant

Dr. Harold Robers

Senior Consultant, Clinical Psycghologist

Dr. Y C Lim

Consultant Psychiatrist

APCB Academic Board

The role of the Academic Board is to:

1. Develop policy which covers a range of academic areas relevant to Addictions recovery.

2. Maintain high standards of learning, teaching and research.

3. Encourage an environment for academic excellence for trainers.

4. Review all training content and curriculum for in-person and online courses.

5. Monitor all subject content and suggest revisions to ensure that training materials are updated and align with current approaches and research findings 

Dr Sivakumar Thurairajasingam

Professor of Psychiatry and Psychological Medicine at Monash University

Joachim Lee

Senior Psycho-therapist,
Promises Healthcare