Our Team

Meet The Team
    • Selina Ding Wai Eng

      Selina Ding Wai Eng

      Consultant Clinical Psychologist
      Consultant Educational Psychologist

      • Master of Clinical Psychology, UKM, Malaysia
      • Master of Educational Psychology, UM, Malaysia
      • Currently pursuing PhD in Psychology Medicine, UPM, Malaysia

      Work experience:

      When I had completed my master’s degree in educational psychology in 2000, I worked in several educational organisations that operated international schools and kindergartens. Then, I pursued a master’s degree in clinical psychology. Upon graduating in 2007, I worked at Hospital Kuala Lumpur.

      My work for children is extensively focused on learning disorders in children and adolescents such as Specific Learning Disorders (e.g. Dyslexia). I have developed my very own in-house Ding Dyslexia Programme together with my team of graduates. My clinical work also involves assessing and/or treating other childhood disorders such as childhood depression and anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorders, eating disorders, socialisation difficulties, low self-esteem, school refusal, grief, and bereavement, and so forth.  I coach parents and caregivers on mindful parenting. My clinical work also involves helping resolving conflicts among members of the families.

      My clinical work with adults includes their struggles to find a balance in life. I have helped adults with depression, anxiety, trauma- and stress-related disorders, gender dysphoria, obsessive-compulsive disorder, eating disorders, grief and bereavement, and other psychosocial problems. I also have helped couples to deal with their marital conflicts.

      My treatment modalities include cognitive-behavioural therapy, mindfulness-based therapies such as acceptance commitment therapy and dialectical personality disorder, applied behavioural analysis, mindful parenting, family therapy, social skills training, therapeutic play therapy, and expressive arts therapy, and Satir’s therapeutic skills.

      I believe everyone is unique and deserves a satisfying and fulfilling life. As a mental health professional, I am obliged to being non-judgemental in helping clients to address and overcome their distresses and sufferings, respect their integrity and competence, and to enhance their sense of self and self-compassion.


      • Diploma in Neuro-Dramatic Play, Institute of Dramatherapy, UK
      • Certificate in Sandtray Therapy, under training by a certified Texas board therapist, USA
      • Certificate in Expressive Art Therapy, under training by a certified Texas board therapist, USA
      • Certificate in Orton Gillingham (English), Singapore
      • Certificate in Orton Gillingham (Mathematics), Singapore
      • Certificate in Therapeutic Play Therapy, Play Therapy International, UK (on-going)
      • Post-Graduate Certificate in Satir Systematic Brief Therapy (on-going)

      Professional Affiliations

      • Member of the Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology (MSCP)
      • Associate Member of the Malaysian Psychiatric Association (MPA)
      • Associate Member of the Malaysian Paediatric Association (MPA)
      • Member of the Malaysian Psychology Association (PSIMA)
      • Member of Malaysian Mental Health Association (MMHA)


      • Acceptance Commitment Therapy
      • Dialectical Behavioural Therapy
      • Mindful Spa-Mindful Self-Compassion
      • Modern CBT for Social Anxiety Disorder
      • New Developments in Treating Social Anxiety Disorder
      • Cognitive Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
      • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Couples and Families
      • Conversation with Family Therapists
      • Effective Couple Counselling
      • Family Assessment Training
      • Marital & Family Therapy

      Posters and Papers

      Below are the posters and paper presented in the 9th World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies 2019 on the 17th-20th July 2019 in Berlin, Germany.


      The Prevalence and associated factors of depression and anxiety among adolescents living in sheltered homes in Selangor, Malaysia.

      The Malay version of the Beck Youth Inventories-Second Edition (BYI-2 Malay): Evidence for factor structure, reliability, and validity in a sample of adolescents living in sheltered homes.


      The effect of group cognitive behavioural therapy on depression, anxiety, negative automatic thoughts self-esteem and anger among orphaned adolescents living in sheltered homes in Selangor, Malaysia.

    • Ng Wing Hong

      Ng Wing Hong

      Programme Coordinator
      Special Needs Therapist

      • B. Psychology (Hons), HELP University, Malaysia


    • Melissa Leong Yuin Hua

      Melissa Leong Yuin Hua

      Special Needs Therapist

      • B. Science in Psychology, Troy University, Malaysia
      • Teaching children and adolescents with dyslexia and other learning disabilities
      • Research and development for Ding Dyslexia Programme
    • Hew Pei Yen

      Hew Pei Yen

      Special Needs Therapist

      • B. Mass Communication (Hons), SEGI University, Malaysia
      • Dual Award with University of St Mark & St John, United Kingdom
      • Teaching children and adolescents with dyslexia and learning disabilities
      • Assist in promoting the programmes
    • Nur Khalida binti Zamri

      Nur Khalida binti Zamri

      Admin Executive

      • B. Computer Sciences (Hons), UiTM, Malaysia
      • Provide personal assistance to Selina Ding on administrative and customer services
  • “You don’t have to struggle in silence.”
    – Selina Ding