Ang Wen Fang, M. Clinical Psych
Wen Fang holds a graduate certificate in Masters in Clinical Psychology from HELP University. Her experiences stem from both hospital-based settings and community work, in which she has worked with clients from diverse backgrounds. She works with children, adolescents, adults, and families with a broad range of issues. Some areas of experience are stress, interpersonal relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, phobias, schizophrenia, eating disorders, and developmental disabilities.
Quoting Carl Rogers, the founding father of humanistic psychology, “The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.” Wen Fang’s belief is that acceptance and change come at their own volition and each individual has the capability to grow. She seeks to guide and support the process of self-discovery towards a greater sense of meaning within a safe space. Her hope is to form genuine connections with those whom she works with.
Wen Fang has a penchant for art, food, and travel. As with psychology, travel intrigues her. It evokes opportunities to explore facets of cultures and characters. In her own time, she enjoys arts and crafts and being outdoors in nature.
Contact number: 018 – 9025702
Evone Phoo, M. Clinical Psych
Evone has served in the banking industry for four years before taking the leap to clinical psychology. She received her Master of Clinical Psychology from HELP University, Malaysia; and her Bachelor degree in Applied Psychology from Coventry University, UK.
Throughout her training and career as a Clinical Psychologist, Evone has practiced in government hospitals, psychiatric clinic, and counselling centre. Currently, Evone is a senior lecturer and the Programme Chair for the Master of Clinical Psychology at HELP University. She is also pursuing her Ph.D at University Malaya.
Evone mainly works within the Existential and Psychoanalytical framework in psychotherapy. She usually sees people who are facing issues in work and relationship, or are going through difficult times due to painful experiences, such as trauma, grief, and loss.
Prakash Ravindran, M. Clinical Psych
Prakash is a laid-back, down to earth, self-motivated guy. He takes pleasure from the simple things in life and gets along with everyone easily. Prakash loves to have fun and is known to be a specialist in being “chilled” (Synonyms: easy-going/ relaxed). He puts a smile on the faces of those around him.
Putting on formal wear, Prakash is a Clinical Psychologist from Kuala Lumpur who obtained his Masters of Clinical Psychology from HELP University. He earned his undergraduate degree in Psychology (BSc Hons) at the same university prior to that. Through his experience, Prakash has worked with a wide variety of individuals. His current passion is working with adolescents and children, specifically children with special needs. He has a wide exposure to conducting assessments for developmental conditions such as autism spectrum disorder as well as learning disabilities through working in early intervention centres. He is also well-versed in the administration of IQ examinations. Prakash has experience working with adults and adolescents going through issues such as depression and anger management. He has had the opportunity of working with chronic pain patients; helping them manage and cope with their pain.
With a pair of shorts and a jersey on his back, Prakash is also a Fitness Instructor who has worked with many different populations. He conducts personal training, bootcamp classes (outdoor group fitness) as well as strength and conditioning coaching. Prakash has been an athlete for many years, participating in football, futsal and athletics.
-I can do all things through God who gives me strength. –
Licensed Counsellor (Reg. no. S-13)
Bashir received his Master’s in Counselling from HELP University, Malaysia in year 2015. Subsequently, he received his certificate in Basic and Advance training in Object-Relations Theory from the Psychology and Counselling Organisation of Iran, and a certificate in couple therapy with an Object-Relations approach from Welfare Organisation of Iran. During his practice in Iran, Bashir has worked and supervised in private practice as a counsellor.
Bashir’s main areas of interest in Psychology are Analytical Psychology, Psychodynamics, Object-Relations, and Self Psychology. Currently, Bashir is pursuing his PhD in University Malaya, and is teaching Psychology subjects at HELP University Subang 2 Campus. He is also a member of the Lembaga Kaunselor Malaysia.