Dr. Han Yung Wen
Family Medicine Specialist (MBBChBAO, Ireland; M.MEDFAmMed, UM)
Dr. Han received her medical degree (MB BCh BAO) from University of Dublin / Penang Medical College in 2003. After completing her service at government hospital, she was awarded a scholarship by UiTM for post-graduate studies at University of Malaya. She was awarded Master of Family Medicine by UM in 2014. Currently, she is a Primary Care Specialist based at Malaysian Science and Management University (MSU) in which she also lectures and guides graduate students in medicine. Dr. Han will be called upon to check on medical conditions of the children in addition to psychological services provided by The Happy Leaves. This holistic approach is essential to ensure children are diagnosed and treated accurately.
Mr. Edward Hoh Sam Joon
Clinical Psychologist (M.Clin. Psych; BPsych Hons.)
Mr. Edward is a registered clinical psychologist under the American Psychological Association (Member ID: 00171997), Persatuan Psikologi Malaysia (Member ID: 2170000216) and Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology (Member ID: CP1-0194) as well as an associate with SOLS Health where he completed his practicum training under the supervision of director and clinical psychologist, Ms. Ellisha Othman. Mr. Edward has worked in the field of special needs since 2013 and is passionate about improving the lives of children with learning difficulties. He has primarily worked with children on the autistic spectrum and has experienced providing education for preschool children. Mr. Edward has also been trained to work with adults who struggle with psychological concerns.
Ms. Whitney Yong Kai Jun
Child Psychologist (M. Child Psych; B. Soc. Sc. Hons. Psych)
Ms. Whitney is a child psychologist graduated from UCSI University. She has completed her practicum training in with us, The Happy Leaves, and has been receiving supervision from our clinical psychologists. Ms. Whitney has worked in the field of special needs since 2018 as a personal learning assistant and behavioral therapist. She believes that early intervention is important and looks forward in helping special needs children to receive intervention as early as possible.
Ms. Fiona Ho Jia Ling
Special Needs Educator (Bachelor in EYE, UOG)
Fiona graduated from University of Greenwich majoring in Early Years Education. She has 9 years of teaching experience in early years settings. She believes that every child deserves nothing but the best support in their learning and life journey.
Ms. Olive Tay Xiao Ying
Junior Therapist (B. Soc. Sc. Hons. Psych)
Olive graduated from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Olive believes that caring for children has always been one of the deepest and most satisfying things. All kids need is a little help, a little hope and someone who believes in them.
Ms. Ellie Han Yung Lin
Clinical Psychologist (M.Clin. Psych; Bsc. Hons Psych)
Ellie is a registered clinical psychologist under American Psychological Association (00143894), British Psychological Society (432038) and Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology (CP1- 0206). Apart from being our in-house clinical psychologist, she is also an associate to some NGOs such as SOLS Health and Dignity for Children Foundation. Previously, Ellie practiced at Hospital Kajang and Hospital Selayang where she handled majority of child assessment cases. She has in-depth knowledge and works well with learning difficulties children. She also provide adult therapy services, especially in the area of depression and other mood-related disorders.
Ms. Lee Mei Li
Clinical Psychologist (M. Clin. Psych; Bsc.Hons Psych).
Ms. Mei Li is a registered clinical psychologist under the American Psychological Association (00154656) and Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology (CP1-0189). She has experience providing psychological assessments and interventions for children, adolescents and adult individuals with different mental health concerns. Ms. Mei Li is passionate about mindfulness and self-compassion as she believed that loving kindness is important for overall mental wellbeing. She obtained a postgraduate certificate in therapeutic play skills offered by Play Therapy United Kingdom (PTUK).
Ms. Ling Yuan Rong
Co-Supervisor; Senior Therapist (BSc (Hons) Psych, Sunway University)
Yuan Rong graduated from Sunway University with a bachelor's degree in psychology. She started off as a personal learning assistant (PLA) and has been working in the field of special needs after she graduated. She believes that children's mental health need to be taken care of, in order for them to develop and grow happily and healthily.
Ms. Goh Pei Xin
Music Therapist (BA in Musicology, SHCM)
Pei Xin is a music therapy graduate of Shanghai Conservatory of Music, China. She has been with us since her internship in September 2021. Pei Xin believes that childhood is the most significant time of one’s life. She is working towards creating happy and healthy memories while growing together with the kids through the power of music. Currently, she is pursuing Master of Arts in Music Therapy in Chulalongkorn University for professional development.
Ms. Nur Nadieyana Bt Abdul Rahman
Special Needs Educator (MA in Applied Linguistics with TESOL; BA English Language (Hosp))
Dyana is a graduate of M.A Applied Linguistics with TESOL from The University of Sheffield(UK). Experienced in teaching, researching, training and engaging with people of multitude levels and background. She is interested in contributing to the discussion and developement of individuals and believe in enhancing existing potential regardless of abilities and capabilities.
Ms. Seet Mian Mian
Child Psychologist (M. Child Psychology, UCSI; Bachelor of Psychology, USA)
Mian Mian obtained Bachelor of psychology in USA and then pursued her masters programme in UCSI with major in Child Psychology. Besides an empathetic listener, she also has a passion to support and help children especially those with autism. She thinks that children are the future of the world and it is very important to maintain and ensure their physical and emotional health.