Your Therapist

Psychotherapist & Founder Therapist at Counselling Corner

U Aung Min Thein

As a two-year post-graduate in Psychotherapy and Counselling from Western Sydney University, Aung Min Thein has acquired international skills and knows how to use these in a Myanmar context. He has worked in the field of mental health in a variety of settings including INGOs, LNGOs, and community mental health clinics in Myanmar and Australia.

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B. Med. Tech (Medical Imaging Technology)

Ma Su

Ms. Su is an experienced and motivated counselling professional helping clients from a range of demographics and backgrounds and she is the founding member of Honest Hour Emotional Support Group specialising in Online Counselling Sessions.

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B.A (History)

Th.D (Doctrate theology in Christian Counselling)

Ma Cherish Pui

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.

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M.B.B.S (Bachelor in Medicine, Bachelor in Surgery)

Dr. Sai Pye Myo Kyaw

Dr. Sai Pye Myo Kyaw is a graduate of medical universities in Yangon and Bangkok, and has substantial counselling experience for individuals and groups. After being trained by Counselling Corner in the basic and advanced counselling courses, he has begun work as a part-time counsellor using person centred therapy and Psychodynamic approaches to help people in Myanmar with their mental well-being.

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Junior Counsellor

Yu Mar Thinn

Since Ms. Yu Mar Thinn was a child, she had a strong interest in psychology and helping other people to overcome difficulties. She eagerly studied the Basic and Advanced Counselling course at Counselling Corner and wrote essays and final analysis reports reviewed and discussed by a certified psychotherapist. She also finished a Trauma Care & Support course at Serenity Counselling.

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Junior Counsellor

Julia Moenge San

In an effort to understand her own emotions and thoughts, Julia started learning about counselling. She wanted to heal something damaged within herself, heal trauma from her childhood in order to live differently. Julia worked hard and followed the Basics and the Advanced Counselling Skills training at Counselling Corner.

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Junior Counsellor

​Marlo

Marlo is an empathetic individual whose passion lies in healing and building a support system through counselling. Prior to discovering his full-blown passion for counselling, he has over a decade of experience in various industries throughout his journey in which he learned the essence of building trust and rapport with others.

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Junior Counsellor

Nora

Ms. Nora, Ms. Ngwe Hnin Thet, holds a honorable degree in Psychology from Yangon University and was trained by Counselling Corner where she passed the Advanced Counselling Skills training with excellent marks. Nora has worked in both individual as well as group counselling sessions and she is specialised in the field of relationship problems and family problems.

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Junior Counsellor

​May Phyo Thu

May Phyo Thu has had an interest in psychology since her teenage years when she was living in Yangon. While working as Clinical Instructor in Singapore, her interest in psychology, especially counselling, became stronger as she noticed communities need more and more emotional support.

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