Alexius Cheang Weng Onn

Alexius Cheang Weng Onn

Alexius Cheang Weng Onn

Salutation  Mr

Designation  Lecturer

MSc. Psychology (California, U.S.A), BSc. (Hons) (Arkansas, U.S.A), Diploma in Fitness and Nutrition (International Correspondence Schools, Scranton, U.S.A)

School / Centre

School of Medicine

Department

Psychological Medicine (Psychology)

Division

Medicine

Professional Network

Education & Training

(What) (Where) (Year)
 MSc. Psychology (California State University, USA)  San Bernardino, California  2001
 BSc. (Hons) Psychology (University of Central Arkansas, USA)  Conway, Arkansas  1998
 Diploma in Fitness and Nutrition (International Correspondence Schools, Scranton, U.S.A)  Scranton, Pennsylvania  1992

Skills & Expertise

Alexius Cheang graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Psychology in 1998 from the University of Central Arkansas. He then graduated with a Master of Science degree in Psychology from California State University in 2001. He has earned lifetime memberships in Alpha Chi (National College Honor Scholarship Society), Psi Chi (National Honor Society in Psychology) and Phi Beta Delta (Honor Society for International Scholars).

His work experience includes working as a lecturer/trainer at HELP Institute (now HELP University), and he later joined a non-governmental organisation, Protect and Save the Children Association, raising awareness in protecting children from sexual abuse and exploitation as the Assistant Director there. He has worked as a Sport Psychology consultant at the National Sports Institute in Malaysia working with elite athletes in the national badminton and shooting teams where he later became the Head of the Sport Psychology Centre. He currently works at the International Medical University as a Psychology lecturer.

He has been interviewed on TV and radio as well as by magazines and newspapers on various topics and has also been on the Board of Advisers of Men’s Health magazine in Malaysia. He has given numerous talks on parenting and career guidance and his interest is in the field of positive psychology and its applications in improving well-being.

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