See Ching Mey (Susie)

Member, NBCC International Advisory Council

Prof. Dato’ Dr. See was elected to the NBCC International Advisory Council in 2006. She is a counselor educator with clinical and research experience with children, adolescents and adults in various aspects. Dr. See is a registered and licensed counselor in Malaysia.

Dr. See's areas of specialization are educational and counseling psychology, counselor education, psychological testing, mental health, and special education (with emphasis on autism). Dr. See has conducted seminars and workshops on motivation; mental health; counseling techniques; psychological testing; stress management; bereavement; special needs child screening, learning, and instruction; behavior management; and parenting skills. She is frequently asked to provide consultation on these topics. Dr. See has authored My Special Child, The REACh Way to Transformation, the Psychological Profile of Adolescent Inventory: A Tool to Assess Adolescents' Psychological Needs, and Career Planning Program: A Resource for Counselors to Help Students Assess and Make Career Choices. Her scholarship is further evidenced nationally and internationally by her 13 papers published in journals and 28 papers in conference proceedings, as well as her approximately 180 conference seminars and presentations. Dr. See has completed approximately 10 research assignments for the United Nations, Malaysian Ministry of Education, Intensification of Research in Priority Area (IRPA), Research Institution of Socio-Economic and Environment, Penang State Government, and University Science Malaysia.

She has served seven years as a Board member of the Association of Psychological and Educational Counselors of Asia-Pacific (APECA) and six years as a Board member on the statutory Malaysia Board of Counselors under the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development. She was the founding president of the Penang Association of Counseling and Psychology (PACP) from 2000-2003. Dr. See has served as a committee member of the Malaysia Counseling Association (PERKAMA) for three years, Penang Bureau of Learning Disabilities for 10 years, and as a committee member of the Penang Mental Health Association for two years. She has been inducted into Phi Kappa Phi, Chi Sigma Iota, and Phi Delta Kappa. She recceived the 2007 Alumni Citizenship Award from the Ohio State University Alumni Association, the Sin Chew Da Ai Award (Sin Chew Kind Heart Award) in 2006, and the Maal Hijrah Excellence Award (Academic Category) from University Science Malaysia in 2005.

Dr. See has a bachelor's degree in economics, a diploma in education, and a master's degree in educational psychology from University Malaya. She received her doctorate in counseling psychology from Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, USA. She was born in Malaysia and grew up in Johor. She has traveled in Asia, Europe, Great Britain, and the United States. She speaks Malay, English, Mandarin, Hokkien, and Cantonese.




See Ching Mey