Au Wei Yin.jpg

AU WEI YIN

  • Student member, Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology (CP3-0157)

  • Lifetime member, PSI CHI The International Honor Society in Psychology

EDUCATION & FURTHER TRAINING

  • Master of Clinical Psychology, University of Cyberjaya, Malaysia (2021) 

  • Bachelor of Psychology (Hons), HELP University, Malaysia (2017)

ABOUT WEIYIN

Wei Yin is a clinical psychologist who graduated from the University of Cyberjaya ("UoC").  As a part of her training, she underwent her practicum at the psychology clinic in UoC and a private centre providing accessible and affordable mental health services to the public, and Pain Clinic in Hospital Selayang which help the chronic pain patient to maintain their functioning.  She delivers cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and other evidence-based treatments to clients of all ages, backgrounds, and ethnicities. She is also an LGBTQ affirmative therapist who also serves LGBTQ clients.  However, she mostly works with adolescents and adults who are suffering from depression, anxiety, OCD, stress, and chronic pain.

Wei Yin assists children in identifying any learning challenges or mental health issues that may be stopping them from reaching their full potential through psychological assessments. She also assists individuals in identifying any roadblocks that are inhibiting them from achieving their objectives.

Furthermore, when it comes to intervention, Wei Yin takes a client-centred approach, tailoring the intervention to the client's requirements to drive her therapeutic approach. When working with children, she uses a variety of mediums to help them to express themselves; when working with adults, she employs a variety of therapy methods that are tailored to their specific requirements.  Wei Yin also employs hypnotic techniques in the session to help the client to feel at ease and to deliver the message to them.

Wei Yin feels it is critical for her to provide a secure, sympathetic, and non-judgmental environment for the client, as well as to empower them to take an active role in their own healing.

LANGUAGE 

English

Bahasa Melayu

Mandarin(华语)

Cantonese(粤语)