Bryan Lim Yik Jui
Master of Clinical Psychology
BSc. (Hons) Psychology
|Master of Clinical Psychology||HELP University|
|BSc. (Hons) Psychology||International Medical University|
|Private Psychological Centre (EAP services)||2023 – Present|
|Taylor’s University (Lecturer)||2022 – Present|
|Serene Psychological Services||2021 – Present|
|Centre of Psychological and Counselling Services, HELP University||2020 – 2021|
|Cahya Mata Sarawak (Human Resources)||2018 – 2019|
- Bahasa Malaysia
- Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology (MSCP)
Bryan is a Clinical Psychologist who completed his training in Malaysia. He is mainly involved in clinical work – providing psychotherapy and conducting psychological assessments, though he splits his time to also lecture in Psychology to undergraduate students. Bryan practices Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), while also assimilating elements from other evidence-based techniques to fully embrace the human experience. In the therapeutic space however, what becomes centre to his style is warmth, compassion, openness and honesty. So at times, there may be laughter and other times asking the difficult questions.
Therapy goes both ways – during his time as therapist, he has had the opportunity to learn from a diverse range of clientele – adolescent to geriatric e.g. those presenting with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anger management, relationship issues, adjustment issues, stress, and LGBT persons to name some.
Outside therapy, you can find him sauntering around local parks or at the swing, enjoying dreampop music and reading poetry. .
“I urge you to retell your story, that you may now also speak of the white swan in the photograph.”