Ms Sam Jeng Mun

B. Psych (Hons), M. ClinPsych

Clinical Psychologist


Doctor of Philosophy in Psychological Medicine (in-pursue) University Putra Malaysia
Master of Clinical Psychology (completed) HELP University
Bachelor of Psychology (HONS) (completed) HELP University

Working Experience

Pain Clinic, Hospital Kuala Lumpur 2013 – current
International Medical University 2013 – current
Segi University 2013 – 2014
Porta Kabin, Hospital Kajang UPM 2012 – 2013
Pain Clinic, Hospital Selayang 2012 – 2013
Center for Psychological and Counseling Services, HELP University 2011 – 2012



  1. English
  2. Bahasa Malaysia
  3. Chinese

Professional Membership

  1. Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology (MSCP)
  2. Malaysian Association of the Study of Pain (MASP)

Conferences/Seminar Presentations

  1. Poster presentation in ARUPS Conference, Malaysia
    Title: Depression and Generalized Anxiety among Psychology Major University Students
  1. Oral presentation (Free paper) in Allied Health Scientific Conference, Malaysia
    Title: A Biopsychosocial Approach to Pain Management: A Hospital Selayang approach
  1. Keynote speaker in 20th National Seminar for Cerebral Palsy, Malaysia
    Title: Psychological Stress Management for Caregivers of Children with Cerebral Palsy

Sam Jeng Mun is a clinical psychologist, who is currently a member of Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology. She mainly does psychological assessments, diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders. Her professional experiences include practicing as a clinical psychologist trainee in Centre for Psychological and Counselling Services in HELP University, psychiatric clinic at Hospital Kajang and Pain Clinic in Hospital Selayang and Hospital Kuala Lumpur. She is also a lecturer in International Medical University.

She has worked with a variety of populations, which included children with special needs, children and adolescent with behavioral and emotional issues, refugee children, university students, working adults, hospital patients as well as chronic pain and cancer patients. During her practice, she sees clients who might have pervasive developmental disorders, learning difficulties, behavioral difficulties, depression, anxiety, and transitional life difficulties. Besides that, she also facilitates psycho-educational workshops for parents, teachers and children in English, Malay and Chinese. She is currently pursuing her PhD in UPM, focusing on mental health literacy, depression and anxiety among primary care self-referrals.