Ma Cherish is an experienced counsellor and completed in 2015 her Doctorate’s degree in Counselling at Seoul Christian University. She followed a one-year internship program at Yonsei University International Counselling & Coaching centre. During her time in Seoul she helped migrant workers and families in a small community in Seoul, to overcome their struggles and build on their strengths. In 2019 and 2020 she worked at YMCA in Yangon as a counselling supervisor and gained a lot of experience both personally as professionally in the painful struggle of dealing with anxiety.
Since she is back in Myanmar, Ma Cherish continued to work with individuals facing a lack of selfesteem, anxiety or depression or struggle with issues in their personal relationships including marriage, parenting and coping with major changes in life. She managed to give people the mental support to enable them to make positive changes in their lives, using cognitive behavior therapy and a client-centred approach.
Cherish has a Christian upbringing and she loves people of all ages and backgrounds and feel that she has a calling to help anyone work through difficult times and situations. Showing compassion, acceptance and understanding are only a few of her qualities
and she is easy to talk to in a safe and non-judging environment. Ma Cherish manages to empower clients and build up their confidence so they can be their true self and overcome any obstacle they face.