Yee Pui Kuan, Jun (M. Clin Psych)
Ms. Yee Pui Kuan, Jun obtained her Masters in Clinical Psychology from HELP University, Malaysia. During her clinical training, she practiced in various settings including private centres and Non-profit organizations (NGOs), providing individual therapy sessions, peer support groups as well as workshops in both online and offline format. She has walked into the community by conducting and facilitating workshops on mindfulness and interpersonal skills for the marginalized population such as B40 family, children in children’s shelter home, and gender-based violence survivors, to increase mental health awareness in the community.
Her experience also include working with children, youth and adults with concerns related to trauma, emotional disturbances, relationships issues, stress, grief & loss. Her passion in trauma related work also fuelled her to actively involve in providing training on trauma-informed care and support for domestic violence and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) survivors.
In her practice, she aspires to give hope to individuals during their darkest moment. She draws from several different school of approaches with a central tenet of placing importance on building a trusting relationship with people she crosses path with. She believes that by providing a safe and accepting space, people are heard and seen, where they could find strength to embark on a self-exploration journey and make necessary changes to live a more meaningful life.