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Liana Mohd Nawi

Consultant Clinical Psychologist & Clinical Supervisor


Master of Clinical Psychology, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Malaysia

Graduate Diploma in Psychology, University of Melbourne, Australia

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) - Inactive

Bachelor of Science in Accounting & Finance (First Class Honours), University of Lancaster, United Kingdom

License & Registration No: MAHPC(CP)00118 / CP1-0192

Liana is a registered clinical psychologist with the Malaysian Allied Health Professions Council (MAHPC) under the Ministry of Health (MOH), and a full member of the Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology (MSCP). She was elected as the Treasurer of MSCP’s executive committee for the term 2019-2021 and 2022-2023, and has been elected as the society’s Internal Auditor for the term 2024-2025. She was professionally trained in administering psychological assessments and conducting intervention programs, predominantly in cognitive and behavioural approaches (CBT) under the teachings of renowned clinical psychologists at the Health Psychology Unit, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM); Psychiatry Department, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Sungai Buloh; and Psychiatry Department, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical Centre (UKMMC).

Over the years, Liana has worked in various settings including NGOs, private hospitals as well as social enterprises. She has worked with a diverse population, which includes children, adolescents, adults, as well as the geriatric population on a myriad of psychological and developmental disorders, behavioural management, parenting skills and weight management. Prior to her career in psychology, she completed an accounting degree and was awarded the professional membership of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA), with an ensuing 5-year career in the areas of external audit and accounting, in one of the Big 4 audit firms.

Liana is also passionate about empowering women and safeguarding their mental wellbeing, particularly in the often-silenced sphere of infertility. Her fascination with women's health was sparked by her own personal experience, as well as meeting with individuals impacted by infertility, leading her to delve deeper into the emotional nuances of this challenging journey. She is also committed to promote social change through alleviating the prolonged detrimental impact of psychological disorders; reducing barriers by improving accessibility psychological services; and creating awareness through promotion psychosocial education.

Liana Mohd Nawi
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