Sarah Yung Kah Yan
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.
Ronald Lee Wei Shiong
Counsellor (LKM 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.
Clinical Psychologist (MSCP Reg. No. CP1-0258)
MClinPsych (UoC), BSc (Hons) Psych (IMU)
Allistair is a clinical psychologist graduated from University of Cyberjaya (UoC). He completed his clinical practicum at UiTM Specialist Clinic, Medical Faculty Selayang campus from 2018-2019. Concurrently, Allistair worked as a therapist that cater needs for children with austism at a private centre. Thus, he has experience in working and administering assessments to children dealing with neurodevelopmental disorders (Autism, ADHD, learning difficulty, intellectual disability and selective mutism). Additionally, his experience in UiTM Specalist Clinic has exposed him to individuals with various psychiatric disorders such as depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorders and personality disorders. His area of interest is in neurodevelopmental disorders, specifically Autism as he believes psychoeducation and early intervention is crucial in order to help both parents and children to understand, manage and cope with the condition.
Counsellor (LKM Reg. No. S-22; ACA Reg. No. 19392)
Masters, Counselling (Monash)
Sandy is a registered and licensed counsellor in Malaysia and Australia, and primarily trained in Existential psychotherapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
He has conducted numerous workshops on subjects such as mindfulness, meditation, and resilience, and he co-presented on the topic of Post-Traumatic Growth: Overcoming Grief and Loss with Mindfulness at the 2018 International Conference on Existential-Humanistic Psychology alongside Assoc. Prof. Dr. Eugene Tee.
He is also an active volunteer for Relate Malaysia, supporting the NGO's social media and marketing, which ties in with his previous career, working as a journalist and broadcaster for over 10 years before moving to Malaysia in 2015. Sandy writes the bi-weekly 'Sunny Side Up' column in The Star newspaper and is the author of 'Mindfulness and Emotions: Understanding Your Mind and the Benefits of Being Present', published by MPH in 2019."
Farahah binti Rosni
MClinPsych, BSocSc Hons (Psych) (UKM)
Farahah is a clinical psychologist, graduating from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia in 2021. Since her previous clinical practicums at Hospital Permai Johor Bahru and UiTM Specialist Clinic Selayang, she has worked with people with a variety of mental health issues including depressive disorder, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, personality disorders, and interpersonal issues.
In therapy, Farahah hopes to improve individuals’ well-being by providing them with a safe space to learn about themselves and better coping mechanisms. As an active volunteer with the Malaysian Red Crescent society (MRCS), she is also involved in community-based programs aimed at providing mental health and psychosocial support for children, especially during disasters and crises.
BPsych (Hons), HELP University
Anushea currently works as the CPCS Coordinator. She graduated from HELP University with a Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) degree. Throughout her time as an undergraduate, she was an active member of the student community as the secretary of the Psychology Student Union in 2021. Anushea is passionate about youth mental health in Malaysia and has explored this interest through community-based projects, being a guest speaker on the Borak Minda Podcast by MINDAKAMI and contributing to My Mind On Film – a local youth mental health film festival.