Ng Jun Kiat (J.K) 隽结

MS. COUN., K.B., P.A., Professional Registered Counselor & Certified Clinical Trauma Professional 专业心理辅导咨询师

Ng Jun Kiat (J.K) 隽结
012-972-2088

Ng Jun Kiat (J.K) 隽结

MS. COUN., K.B., P.A., Professional Registered Counselor & Certified Clinical Trauma Professional 专业心理辅导咨询师

Telehealth Available
Professions: Counselor, Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor
License Status: I'm a licensed professional.
Primary Credential: Register Counsellor of Lembaga Kaunselor Malaysia - KB08811PA08415
Secondary Credential: New Professional of American Counselling Association - ID # 6549238

Offices

Cheras
Jalan Jelawat 1
KUALA LUMPUR, Kuala lumpur 521000 - Malaysia

My Approach to Helping

Hi, I am Jun Kiat, a registered counselor and counseling psychologist.

I have 15 years of experience working with kids, teen and working adults. It has always been my passion to help and to counsel.

I strongly believe in counseling as a way to help with one's well-being. As a trauma survivor and domestic violence survivor myself, I believe in advocating for kids’ and teens’ voices. Being a client for years, the experience has helped me to relate better with my clients in order to accompany them along the journey of healing or the journey of self-discovery.

I believe in holistic well-being. Work, life, mental health, food, shelter, art, music, coping skills, friends, family, etc are part of life and they can impact our lives in different ways. I am endeavored to help clients to find the balance, meet my clients at where they are and help them to walk the journey together. In the session, My goal as a counselor is to create a safe, nonjudgemental and kind atmosphere, in order to build a trusting relationship with my client. I apply a collaborative approach and work together with my client throughout the journey of counseling, self-discovery, and healing.

Quote :

"People are just as wonderful as sunsets if you let them be. When I look at a sunset, I don't find myself saying, "Soften the orange a bit on the right-hand corner." I don't try to control a sunset. I watch with awe as it unfolds." Carl R. Rogers

“In my early professional years, I was asking the question: How can I treat, or cure, or change this person? Now I would phrase the question in this way: How can I provide a relationship which this person may use for his own personal growth?”
― Carl R. Rogers

I believe in a client-centered approach as a way to better serve my clients to help them to reach one's potential. Hence, I resonate strongly with this quote.

嗨,您好,我是Jun Kiat,我是一名注册辅导员和心理辅导咨询师。

我有15年与儿童,青少年和上班族一起工作的经验。我一直以来都是提心理咨询以及陪伴。

我坚信心理咨询是一种帮助他人的方法。作为创伤幸存者和家庭暴力幸存者,我坚信倡导儿童和青少年的声音。作为客户多年,这种经验帮助我与客户建立了更好的关系,以陪伴他们自我探索。

我相信整体的幸福感。工作,生活,心理健康,食物,住所,艺术,音乐,应对技巧,朋友,家人等都是生活的一部分,它们可以以不同的方式影响我们的生活。我致力于帮助客户找到平衡点,,并帮助与他们共同前进。在心理咨询中,我将采用合作的方式。

引用:

“如果让人们接受日落,人们就像日落一样美妙。当我看着日落时,我不会发现自己说:“在右上角稍微弄些橘子。”我不会试图控制日落。当它展开时,我敬畏地看着。”卡尔·罗杰斯

我相信以客户为中心的方法可以更好地为我的客户提供服务,以帮助他们发挥潜能。因此,我对此产生了强烈的共鸣。

More Info About My Practice

In-Training: Trauma therapy, Trauma-focused CBT, Art Therapy

Areas that I am trained in :
Trauma, depression, anxiety, anxious, grief, self-harm, suicide, academic, work-related issue, teenager related issue, LGBTQ, sex education & abuse


Ph.D. candidate in Education Psychology (UM)
MS. COUN., K.B., P.A.(HELP)
BA.PSY(HONS)(HELP)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP:
1.Register Counsellor of Lembaga Kaunselor Malaysia (KB08811PA08415)
2.Member of Malaysia Psychological Association (PSIMA) (2170000298)
3.Member of International Counselling Association of Malaysia (PERKAMA INTERNATIONAL) (ASH 00887)
4.New Professional of American Counselling Association ( ID # 6549238)
5.Member of American Psychological Association (APA) -00977701
6.Member of IATP (International Association of Trauma Professional) #292-2916 & Certified Clinical Trauma Professional
7.Member, American School Counselor Association(#637462)
8.Member, International Society For The Prevention Of Child Abuse & Neglect (#PCR9218 )
9. Member, Association of Child Protection Professional

My View on the Purpose of Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is a process of healing, building rapport, discover, rediscovery, reflection, process, thinking, learning, accompaniment, unlearning, and growing.
It is like going to the gym, except that, this is our mind doing the work-out.


"When a person realizes he has been deeply heard, his eyes moisten. I think in some real sense he is weeping for joy. It is as though he were saying, "Thank God, somebody heard me. Someone knows what it's like to be me?"
Carl R. Rogers

My Role as a Therapist

My role as a therapist is to accompany you, guide, and walk the journey with you together as a counselor. It is essential for me to provide unconditional regard, non-judgemental, and safe space for my client. I will meet you at where you are, follow your pace to progress in the session.

A counseling space that is:

(1) Non- judgemental
(3) meet you where you can be who you are
(4) you feel safe and comfortable

We will work together as a team to walk the journey of discovery and healing.

My Therapy Focus

Professional Certificate
Trauma & Grief
1. Supporting Victims of Domestic Violence by University of Sheffield
2. The 10 Core Competencies of Trauma, PTSD, Grief, and Loss by Dr. Eric Gentry & Dr. Robert Rhoton
3. Master Clinician Series: The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study by Dr. Vincent Felitti
4. Unseen Wounds: Contribution of Psychological Maltreatment to Child &
1. Advanced Workshop on Grief & Loss by Robert A. Neimeyer, Ph.D.
2. Meaning-making in the Midst of Suffering by Dr. Mark Yang,Psy.
3. QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Program by Lee Kok Han, QPR Institute
4. Evidence-Based Trauma Treatment & Intervention by by Dr. Eric Gentry & Dr. Robert Rhoton
5. Certified Clinical Trauma Professional Intensive Training Course (CCTP) by IATP & PESI
6. Real World Safety: Protecting Youth Online and Off ( Bullying), Child Safety Matters Prevention Education Programs
7. Protecting Children from Sexual Abuse, Child Safety Matters Prevention Education Programs
8. Trauma-informed Resilient School, Starr Commonwealth
9. Psychological First Aids, John Hopkins University
10. Ethical Issues Related to the Practice of Online Clinical Supervision, ACA
11. Expanding Perspectives: Systemic Approaches to College Students Experiencing Depression, ACA
12. A Constructive Approach to Help Counselors Work With Clients Who Express Discriminatory, ACA
13. Reducing the Risk of Child Sexual Abuse ,NCTSN
14. Educator Sexual Misconduct in Schools: Guidelines for Staff, Volunteers, and Community Partners ,NCTSN
15. Real Life Heroes: Rebuilding Attachments for Children with Complex Trauma, NCTSN
16. SPARCS: Structured Psychotherapy for Adolescents Responding to Chronic Stress: A Guide for Trauma-Focused Groups, NCTSN
17. Secondary Traumatic Stress in Professionals Treating Child Sexual Abuse,NCTSN
18. CBT for Anxiety with John Ludgate Ph.D.
19. Schools and Grief: Helping Students Cope with Death, ACA
20. Grounding Techniques in Tele-Therapy by Jessica Horder, MS, LMHC
21. Applying Evidence-Based Trauma Treatments for Childhood Traumatic Separation, NCTSN
22. COVID-19 and Telebehavioral Health: Ethical Considerations During a Public Health Emergency,ACA
23. Trauma Therapy Innovations: Intensive Trauma-Focused Therapy & The Flash Technique, Ricky Greenwald, Psy.D.
24.The Grip of Grief: Processing The Continual Losses of the Pandemic, Jill Johnson-Young, LCSW
LGBTQ
1. Responding to LGBTQ Youth after Sexual Abuse, NCTSN
2. How Should a Psychologist Advise a Heterosexual Man Who Has Sexual Thoughts About Men? by American Psychological Association
3. Introductory Competencies for LGBTQ- Affirmative Counselling by American Counselling Association
4.Developing Competence in Working With LBGTQI+ Communities: Awareness, Knowledge, Skills, and Action ,ACA
Training
1. .Adolescent Mental Health, by American Psychological Association
2. .Choice therapy and Reality therapy certificate
3. Graduate Training in mental health by Dr.Kelli Saginak, Ed.D.,NCC & Dr.Thana Singarajah Ed.D.,LCPC.,NCC.
4. Relationship Development Intervention (RDI) by Maisie Soetantyo , RDI program consultant & RDI Approved trainer
5. Challenges and Key Success Factors in Running a Care Service for Adults with Autism (Mr Edward Marcus)
6. Compulsive or normal- a closer look at sexuality in young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Developmental Challenges by Dr. Andrea Mayrhofer
7. International-Conference on Existential-Humanistic Psychology
8. Risk Management: Malpractice Cases and Claims Against Professional Counsellor, ACA
9. Establishing Personal and Professional Boundaries, ACA
10. Expanding Perspectives: Systemic Approaches to College Students Experiencing Depression, ACA
11. Spirit, ACA
12. A Constructive Approach to Help Counselors Work With Clients Who Express Discriminatory,ACA
13. Counselor Self-Care, ACA
14. Creative Counseling for Couples: Using the Integrative Model, ACA

How My Own Struggles Made Me a Better Therapist

My struggle as a human and counselor.

I am a human first, then only I am a counselor. I have been in therapy sessions in the past years on and off as my journey of healing. I have grown and learned to become a better human being and a counselor. Yes, there will be times that I struggle, where I experience low or triggered by a series of events. These experiences help me to relate to my client. They provide a lens for me to understand my client in order to build a good rapport with my client.

I believe my struggles as a human being makes me a better counselor, as the saying on, being human is a process of being, same goes to being a counselor, it is a process of being.

Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed

Therapy is a process of discovery, reflection, and healing.
It does not mean that I am weak or flawed if I am attending therapy.
In fact, if anything, therapy means empowerment, brave, and resilience.
You are seeking ways to grow, reflect, and process in order to become a better person.

In the 11 years of therapy, I have learned about coping strategies, ways to reflect and becoming a better person.

My View on the Nature of 'Disorders'

Label ("disorder") helps us to understand the syndrome. I see my client as more than what the label is.

The client may struggle and have many syndromes.
The client may struggle with regulating themselves.
The client may find it difficult to accept that he or she is seeing a therapist.
The client may find it difficult to entertain the thought of taking a pill.

But, they are more than that. They are human first before they are associated with any of the disorders.
So, managing the disorder or syndrome is just a means to help the client to regulate and stabilize themselves.
The "disorder" is just one of the lenses for a counsellor to understand or interpret the clusters of symptoms and behaviors.

For me, as a counselor, I am more curious to know, what happened to you?

Services I Provide

  • Coaching
  • Consultation
  • Individual Therapy & Counseling
  • Telehealth

Ages I Work With

  • Teens
  • Adults

Languages

  • English
  • Cantonese
  • Mandarin

Groups I Work With

    Teenager
    Working adult
    Parent

Client Concerns I Treat

  • Abandonment
  • Abuse / Abuse Survivor Issues
  • Adjusting to Change / Life Transitions
  • Anxiety
  • Bullying
  • Career Choice
  • Depression
  • Emotional Overwhelm
  • Grief, Loss, and Bereavement
  • LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) Issues
  • School issues
  • Self-Harm
  • Suicidal Ideation and Behavior

Types of Therapy

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Integral Psychotherapy (IP)
  • Integration of different therapy models
  • Person-Centered Therapy (Rogerian Therapy)
  • Reality Therapy
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