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Our Practitioners on Online Platform


(Female Mental Health Practitioner)

#Family Counselling, Individual Counselling, CBT - Anxiety, Depression & Anger, etc.



She received a doctorate degree in psychology MRes (Psychology), M.A (Psychology), He received B.A (Hons.) from Yangon University in 2011. In addition, she has completed a Diploma in Social Work. During the 17 years of working experience in this career, she participated as a coach in Youth Mental Support Campaigns as well as a volunteer for Mental Support Counseling during the COVID 19 period. She is currently studying Special Needs Children.


When anxiety becomes excessive, it often affects daily activities and will suffer from panic disorder symptoms of fear such as rapid heart rate, fast breathing, difficulty in breathing and excessive sweating leading to feeling  weak and dizzy. In the family, daily mental problems such as confusion, self-loathing and being easy to get angry will occur as well as experiencing discomfort in social relationships. If you are experiencing these kinds of feelings, the practitioner can help you cope with your emotions.


The most important thing is  to overcome stress paranoia and to pursue emotional ease.. Rather than suffering from emotional difficulties alone, you need someone who will listen to your difficulties and ease them. The practitioner can help you by discussing behavior therapy and coping skills to get a healthy mind.


(Male Mental Health Practitioner)

#PTSD, Relationship, Attachment Problems, Anxiety & Depression


He attended a post-graduate diploma in applied psychology from Yangon University,Psychology Department in 2019 and he also completed at least 6 Counseling Psychology Trainings. He has 3 years of experience in Counselling and has worked as a Senior Mental Health Practitioner not only in Call Me Today but also in NGO and INGO projects. Currently, he is providing psychosocial support at  third-party organisations , and Call Me Today as a counsellor for  necessary psychological support.


The emotional discomfort that occurs in daily life comes from difficulties, experiences of intense stress and excessive anxiety. It is directly related to the field of social relations, especially the environment (family) that he or she grew up in. The emotional discomfort experienced varies from person to person due to the following background reasons, so sometimes, the ability to resist and cope with problems is difficult to find alone.

Unexpected events can cause severe stress and they can often lead people to suffer from trauma and emotional difficulties depending on the experiences they have had. For those, there will be methods such as Person-centred therapy, CBT, EMDR for the necessary support in situations where it is difficult to open up.



(Female Mental Health Practitioner)

#Stress Management, Anxiety & Depression, Relationships, Loss & Grief, Anger, Adolescents, Self-Esteem and Setting Boundaries


She majored in psychology at the University of Melbourne in Melbourne, Australia, and is currently active in mental health support organisations in Myanmar. During her studies, she worked as a Senior Mentor at Trinity College, University of Melbourne, helping to address the struggles that junior international students may experience.

She not only works with adults, but also with teenagers and young adults. She is an experienced person who has provided counselling for children. The practitioner can help with Depression worries, Family and relationship topics\such as loss of loved ones called Grief & Loss.

She believes that everyone should have a safe place to deal with life's difficulties. Therefore, both as a counsellor and a teacher, she listens and responds carefully when conducting discussions and comforting clients so that they can safely talk about themselves and how the events they encountered affected them.She is also constantly trying to gain more insight into how to lead people to try living their daily lives more meaningfully.


(Female Mental Health Practitioner)

#Anxiety & Depression, Bipolar Disorder and other Psychological Distress Management, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy


She is a medical doctor and is studying mental health specialisation as a postgraduate. She has also completed a Diploma in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She is currently studying the Global Mental Health Course. At the moment, she has (3) years of experience in the mental health treatment field and she is eager to support the clients with mental health issues. Now, is working as a Mental Health Practitioner at Call Me Today.


In terms of experience, she can do counselling for various mental health disorders including the psychological problems that we face every day. She gives counselling to people who want to resolve misconceptions and difficulties in their daily life.


When dealing with mental illnesses, she uses cognitive behavioural therapy to change the behavioural issues within clients in order to help overcome difficulties.


(Female Mental Health Practitioner)

#Relationship Counseling (Family, Friends, Relationship Problems), Self-care and Emotional Wellness


In 2018, she graduated from Yangon University with B.A(Hons) in Psychology. She also completed a one year program of Trauma Counseling & Training in the Healing Burma project.She is currently working as a Mental Health Practitioner at Call Me Today.

It is important to understand and believe that mental health plays a significant role just as physical health for every human being. Therefore, she aims to  help the clients deal with personal problems and  achieve a comfortable situation in the process.

Regarding emotions, people tend to have difficulty in expressing their feelings, fearing the judgement from the surrounding. The practitioner can discuss with a  person-centred approach to ease the client and have the ability to open up.


(Male Mental Health Practitioner)

#Relationship Counselling ( Couple,Marriged,Family ) &,CBT Therapy


He  graduated from Western Yangon University with a degree in Industrial Chemistry and has been working as a volunteer counsellor in the mental health industry since 2016. He has written and published articles related to mental health and relationships. Furthermore, he has successfully completed a course in Counseling from a private institution. He worked as a volunteer counsellor at Mental Heal for one year. In addition, he attended a course related to psychology. At present, Call Me Today is still working. He is the one who can provide the best support for the recovery of your mental health.

He is experienced in discussing the psychological problems experienced by relationship problems, self-awareness, self-development, and counselling for domestic abuse/violence.

Depending on the problem of each individual client. He listens carefully to their scenario with suitable approaches, and aims to discuss cognitively so that they would be able to manage self-control in their emotions and behaviour patterns.


(Female Mental Health Practitioner)

#Depression, Anxiety, Stress Related Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Alcohol used Disorder, Substance used Disorder and Adjustment Disorder

She is a doctor specialising in mental health with an M.B.B.S / MMed.Sc (Mental Health) degree specialising in mental health graduated from Yangon Medical University (2). She has 8 years of experience in working in the mental health industry and has already seen many different patients suffering from mental health issues.

She is an experienced and motivated counselling professional helping clients from a range of demographics and backgrounds. The base of her approach to her clients starts by building a trusting empathetic relationship where clients can freely express their feelings and issues so that they can focus on the changes they want for their future. She has led numerous emotional workshops with diverse groups from all over the country. Her total Counselling clinical hours until January 2023 is up to (3,000 hours)+.

She provides special consultation for those who need medical help in terms of depression, anxiety, stress related problems and bipolar disorder problems due to the aftereffects of alcohol and drug cessation as well as people who want support through counselling for difficulties.



(Male Mental Health Practitioner)

#Stress Management, Relationship & Family Problems, Loss & Grief, Dilemma, Trauma,  ( Psychosis and Mood Disorders)


He received his medical degree from Mandalay-Medical University and he is a WHO mhGAP Medical Training Doctor. He also attended the Global Mental Health (E-learning Program, University of Washington).


He has more than one year experience in Mental Health Counseling regarding mental health and also participated as a Trauma Counselor in Healing Burma.He values the equality of all human beings and condemns human discrimination.Moreover, he acts as a speaker for mental health related talks and also writes educational articles related to mental health. He strongly believes in equality and equity and supports human rights regardless of one’s race, nationality, gender, sexual preference, belief, educational level, etc. He has a strong passion for mental health and shows great patience with clients. 

After counselling with him, you will learn to look at your problems from a different perspective. Problem-solving skills will increase, I will know how to live my life happily and meaningfully. The practitioner uses a client-centred approach, so there is no need to worry for those who have never done counselling. In addition, methods such as Groundings, Breathing Exercises, and Mindfulness will be used as needed.


(Female Mental Health Practitioner)

#Psychosocial Support, Suicidal Ideation, Stress Management, Anxiety, Depression, Loss & Grief


She received a Bachelor's degree in English from Yangon University in 2017, and she found huge interest in psychology. Therefore, she tried to attend a lot of counselling training while  focusing on specific topics related to therapy in her private time. She has completed her counseling certificates – Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Counseling Skills and has plans to pursue a master’s degree in the future.


She is currently working as a facilitator to support the comforting and discussing sectors in workshops and training at a mental health organisation. She believes that all the feelings are figures depicting ourselves. She mainly aims to create a safe place to sculpt this figure of clients. In this safe place, no one will criticise and the counsellor will be there to help you start your journey of self-discovery through warmth.

The teacher focuses on a person-centred approach so that you can explore your feelings in a safe place at your own pace. When necessary, the counsellor will help by using other therapy tools to make it an integrative healing format.


(Female Mental Health Practitioner)

#Relationship Counseling (Family, Friends, Relationship Problems), Self-care and Emotional Wellness


She studied psychology at Yangon University. At the present, she offers psychological counselling and support, PFA and trauma-based support at mental health-based organisations  She completed the Lay-counsellor Skills Training and Exam and volunteered as a Mental Health Supporter, Lay Counselor at free mental health support organisations. She is now working as a Mental Health Practitioner at Call Me Today as well as  an Associate Counselor at other mental health organisations.

She believes that mental health plays an important role in the daily life of every human being. Thus, she will provide comfort and discuss in a safe, warm, non-judgmental manner towards the emotional discomfort or problems experienced by clients.

Through using a person-centred approach for clients' emotions and discomfort, she will help them in finding  solutions for the problems together and guide them to solve their own problems.

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