Sufian Hanafi is an associate counsellor and trainer for MuslimParents.SG. He has been providing counselling, psychotherapy & psychoeducation for individuals, couples, families and groups for close to 15 years in the public and social services sector. He was trained in Social Work at the National University of Singapore, Counselling at Monash University and Family Therapy (Systemic Psychotherapy) (Intermediate) at King's College London. He is registered as a Social Worker (SASW) and also as an Asatizah in Singapore (ARS). He has worked with clients from diverse cultural and international backgrounds, and has received counselling referrals for mandated and non-mandated clients from the community, legal as well as healthcare settings. His range of experience includes working in outpatient children and adolescent mental health in South London (CAMHS), community mental health services, an adult inpatient mood disorders unit, a psychiatric emergency unit, family service centres, specialized services for inter-ethnic families, specialized services for blended families and mandatory pre-divorce counselling programmes. He is currently with Concise Therapy & Counselling. Apart from his counselling and teaching, he also supports the logistics of MuslimParents.SG informally.