Sarah Yung, Manager
Counsellor (Reg. No.KB05969 PA05380)
MCounselling (HELP), BPsy Hons (HELP)
Sarah is a licensed and registered counsellor who has worked with clients from diverse backgrounds and age groups. Sarah has worked in both clinical and academic positions in various educational institutions; she has also worked with individuals from the LGBTQ community, disadvantaged youth and populations affected by HIV, particularly from her experiences as a volunteer and counsellor at Community Health Care Centre, PT Foundation. Sarah has experience working with individuals struggling with loneliness, interpersonal relationships, meaning-making in life, sexuality and self-acceptance, among others. Sarah believes in working together with individuals to empower themselves in facing their challenges and making meaningful personal choices. Her experiences have also contributed to her belief in the resourcefulness and resilience of individuals and communities, which she incorporates in her work.
Clinical Psychologist (MSCP Reg. No. CP1-0171)
MClinPsych (UKM), BA (Psych & Soci) (British Columbia)
Magtum is a clinical psychologist graduated from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). Magtum had his clinical training at the Health Psychology Clinic (UKM), Child Development Centre (UKM Medical Centre), and Department of Psychiatry & Mental Health (Hospital Kuala Lumpur). Thus far, he has worked with individuals living with learning and behavioral problems, as well as various psychiatric issues that include neurodevelopmental disorders (Intellectual Disability, Autism, ADHD and Dyslexia), depressive disorders, bipolar and related disorders, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive and related disorders, neurocognitive disorders, and personality disorders. Magtum believes that each individual is special and different. Therefore, he customizes his therapy based on his client’s individual needs and styles with diverse evidence-based therapy techniques.
Ronald Lee Wei Shiong
Counsellor (Reg. No. KB06469)
MCounselling (HELP), BA (Psych) (Monash)
Ronald has been working at the Centre for Psychological and Counselling Services, HELP University since February 2016. He is also an active volunteer counsellor and trainer at the Community Health Care Center, PT Foundation. Ronald has experienced working with individuals with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, adjustment difficulties, and grief. His area of interest is in health psychology, specifically on health behavior change and lifestyle management. He frequently incorporates mindfulness techniques in facilitating therapy and change.
MClinical Psych (HELP), BPsych (Counselling Psych) Hons (UMS)
Felicia’s clinical training and work experiences included various settings that not only allowed her to increase her experience as a therapist, but also exposed her to the mental health systems in Malaysia. Her clinical training settings included ACTS Clinic which provides therapy for refugees, inclue which works with the homeless who are attempting to get back on their feet as well as Kajang Hospital where her main role was conducting psychological assessments and diagnosis for children and providing therapy for adults. Upon completing her Master of Clinical Psychology, she worked with a NGO where her role allowed her to not only provide therapy for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, but to also learn more about human rights and the justice system in Malaysia. Her area of interest as a practitioner is in trauma and abuse.
Hasse De Meyer
Clinical Psychologist (Reg. No. 902113653 – Compsy)
MSc and BSc Clin Psychology (KU Leuven – Belgium)
Postgraduate training in diagnostic testing and interventions (KU Leuven – Belgium)
Hasse is a clinical psychologist graduated from KU Leuven (Belgium) and has been working in the Centre for Psychological and Counselling Services, HELP University since August 2019. Besides CPCS, Hasse is also working as a lecturer at HELP University (Masters Clinical Psychology) and finalizing her PhD. For the past 4 years, Hasse combined her PhD research with clinical work at KU Leuven’s academic outpatient mental health clinic in Belgium. She mostly works with children and adolescents and is specialized in assessment and treatment of behavioral, social and emotional problems (e.g. selective mutism, depression, obsessive compulsive disorders, anxiety, etc.). Her largest expertise and area of interest is in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, on which she has published in international journals. Hasse mainly works according to the principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
BSc (Psych) Hons (HELP)
Ruby joined CPCS in June 2018 as a Coordinator. Prior to joining the team, she worked with underprivileged children and students with Educational, Welfare and Research Foundation (EWRF). She also worked with people with HIV and LGBTQ community. She was in a team that fight to end child trafficking. In her current role, she supports center’s practitioners by coordinating their psychotherapy and counselling services.