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mind matters

Dr Anjhula and Dr. Phillip George of The Mind Faculty joins us every Wednesday at 8am with a dose of Mind Matters, a segment where we discuss the latest mental health topics. They’ll even be on hand to answer any mental health queries you may have.

Profile for Professor Dr. Philip George

Professor Philip George is the Head of Psychological Medicine at the International Medical University. He is an adult General Psychiatrist and an Addiction Medicine Specialist. He is also the Medical Director of The Mind Faculty in Mont Kiara. He is a committee member of the Malaysian Healthy Ageing Society and the Addiction Medicine Association of Malaysia.

Profile For Dr. Anjhula Bais

Dr. Anjhula Mya Singh Bais is an International Psychologist with a specialty in trauma, a Buddhist scholar, and a feminist. Bais is in private practice at The Mind Faculty, with her scholarship and work having been cited and published around the world including the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, CNN, CNBC, Time of India, The Star, The Edge, Vogue, Huffington Post, The Guardian, The Asian Age, The New York Times, Outlook, The Financial Times. Bais holds a Master of Science in Psychoanalysis from University College London and a Doctor of Philosophy in International Psychology, from The Chicago School. Previously, Bais was a researcher in the social relations and global intelligence labs of the business school and psychology departments at Columbia University. As the youngest person appointed to the board of The Institute of Semitics at Princeton, Bais simultaneously serves as the chair of the board of governance for Amnesty International, Malaysia, as chair of languages for Division 52 of the American Psychological Association and a full member of Persatuan Psikologi Malaysia.

 

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