កម្មវិធីបរិញ្ញាបត្រជាន់ខ្ពស់ផ្នែកចិត្តវិទ្យាគ្លីនិកនិងប្រឹក្សាផ្លូវចិត្ត

Master's Program in Clinical and Counseling Psychology

Teacher Profile

1. Mr .Khann Sareth (Lecturer)

  • Master of Arts in Clinical and Counseling Psychology, Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia (2010)
  • Master of Arts in Development Management, Norton University, Cambodia (2007)
  • Areas of expertise: teaching and training, individual and group counseling, qualitative and quantitative research, research advising, clinical supervision, and the project management.
  • Teaching subjects:
    • Techniques in Counseling and Psychotherapy
    • Buddhist Psychology and Mental Health
    • Cultural Competence-Partnership with Local Resources
    • School-Based Mental Health Interventions

 

2. Dr .Sotheara Chhim (Lecturer)

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Anthropology (Transcultural Psychiatry), Monash University, Australia (2015)
  • Master of Psychological Medicine (MPM), University of New South Wales, Australia (2000)
  • Medical Specialist Diploma of Psychiatry, University of Health Sciences, Cambodia, and Oslo University, Norway, (1998)
  • Medical Doctor Degree (MD), University of Health Sciences, Cambodia (1992)
  • Areas of expertise: teaching, clinical practice and research, Trauma, Baksbat (Broken Courage), Khmer-Rough related interventions, community-based mental health, clinical consultation and supervision, etc.
  • Teaching subjects:
    • Psychopathology, Diagnosis and Differential Diagnosis
    • History Taking and Assessment in the Cambodian Context

 

3. Ms .Nhong Hema (Lecturer)

  • Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, Ateneo de Manila, Philippines (2004)
  • Areas of expertise: teaching, family therapy, individual and group counseling, psychological research, research advising, and clinical consultation and supervision.
  • Teaching subjects: History Taking and Assessment in the Cambodian Context

 

4. Dr .Poch Bunnak (Lecturer)

  • Post-Doctoral Fellow, Population Research Center, NORC/the University of Chicago, USA (2005)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology, Mississippi State University, USA (2002)
  • Master of Science in Sociology, Mississippi State University, USA (1998)
  • Master of Arts in Psychology, Sofia University: St. Kliment Ochridski, Bulgaria (1990)
  • Areas of expertise: teaching, qualitative and quantitative research, research advising, statistics, research consultation etc.
  • Teaching subjects:
    • Research Methods in Psychology
    • Seminar on Writing a Research Thesis or Report

 

5. Mr. Kao Sovandara (Co-teacher)

  • Master of Arts in Clinical and Counseling Psychology, Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia (2013)
  • Areas of expertise: teaching and training, qualitative and quantitative research, research advising, budget management, administration, project management, and counseling.
  • Teaching subjects:
    • Developmental Perspective in Clinical Psychology and Counseling
    • Research Methods in Psychology
    • Seminar on Writing a Research Thesis or Report
    • Child and Adolescent Counseling and Therapy

 

6. Ms .Bernhild Pfautsch (Lecturer)

  • Rehabilitation Psychologist, University of Applied Sciences Magdeburg, Germany (2007) Family Therapist (SG) and Systemic Therapist for Children and Adolescents (SG)
  • Areas of expertise: teaching, trauma treatment, systemic therapy for children and adolescents, family therapy, psychological assessments, psychotherapy and counseling of Children, Adolescents and Families, group Therapy for Children, Parenting Training, and Professional Advice for Teachers, Foster Families and Children’s Home Workers.
  • Teaching subjects:
    • Developmental Perspective in Clinical Psychology and Counseling
    • Theories and Techniques of Group Counseling
    • Theories and Techniques of Family Therapy
    • Child and Adolescent Counseling and Therapy
    • Case Management and Case Presentation 1
    • Case Management and Case Presentation 2

 

7. Ms. Lim Bouyheak, (Co-teacher)

  • Master of Science in Clinical Psychology, De La Salle University – Manila, Philippines (2014)
  • Areas of expertise: Creative arts therapy (Advance Level), individual and group counseling for HIV/AIDs-infected and affected children and adolescents, teaching and training, self-development, self-reflection, positive psychology, psychological assessment, and project coordination.
  • Teaching subjects:
    • Developmental Perspective in Clinical Psychology and Counseling
    • Theories and Techniques of Group Counseling
    • Theories and Techniques of Family Therapy
    • Child and Adolescent Counseling and Therapy
    • Case Management and Case Presentation 1
    • Case Management and Case Presentation 2

 

8. Mr. Ean Nil (Lecturer)

  • Master of Arts in Clinical and Counseling Psychology, Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia (2010)
  • Areas of expertise: teaching and training, individual and group counseling, Trauma-related disorders, substance abuse, EMDR therapy, clinical supervision, research, and project management.
  • Teaching subjects:
    • Techniques in Counseling and Psychotherapy
    • Traumatology and Techniques of Trauma Treatment

 

9. Mr. Phoeun Bunna (Lecturer)

  • Master of Arts in Clinical and Counseling Psychology, Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia (2010)
  • Areas of expertise: teaching and training, individual and group counseling, Trauma Treatment using EMDR therapy, Psychotherapy on trauma-related disorders ( Anxiety, Depression, PTSD) Parenting skills, clinical supervision, and project management.
  • Teaching subjects:
    • Traumatology and Techniques of Trauma Treatment
    • Cultural Competence-Partnership with Local Resources
    • School-Based Mental Health Interventions

 

10. Fr . Kevin Conroy (Lecturer)

  • A Doctor of Philosophy in Urban Education with Clinical Mental Health, Cleveland State University, USA (2006)
  • Master of Art in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, John Carroll University, University Heights, USA (1999)
  • Areas of expertise: Teaching, counseling and spirituality, thesis supervising, clinical supervision, development of mental health services in Cambodia, capacity building of local mental health providers, HIV prevention and psychological treatment, cross cultural trauma counseling, and research.
  • Teaching subjects: Theories and Techniques of Family Therapy

 

11. Mr. Phan ChanPeou (Lecturer)

  • Master of Arts in Clinical and Counseling Psychology, Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia (2010)
    Master of Arts in Educational Management, Khemarak University, Cambodia (2007)
  • Areas of expertise: teaching and training, individual and group counseling, qualitative and quantitative research, research advising, clinical supervision, Trauma, EMDR, and project management.
  • Teaching subjects: Cultural Competence-Partnership with Local Resources