From time to time, IMU faculty members have been sought by the media to provide their expert opinions on certain topics which they are featuring. This is a platform for these faculty members to share their knowledge and experience and to reach out to the public. In the past few months, psychology lecturer, Dr Nicole Chen Lee Ping was sought by the various types of media in Malaysia (newspaper, radio and television) to provide her views on various current topics. Dr Nicole Chen was interviewed by a reporter from a Malaysian Chinese Language newspaper on “What are the healing processes that women survivors of childhood sexual abuse go through?”. This is related to the topic of Dr Nicole’s thesis for her PhD titled “Healing experiences of women survivors of childhood sexual abuse”. This is part of a series on child abuse (all forms) in Malaysia in the Chinese newspaper. You can view the articles by clicking on these link: China Press 24 April 2014 (Page 1) China Press 24 April 2014 (Page 2) Dr Nicole has also been sought for interviews by other Malaysian Chinese newspapers, Malay newspapers and English newspapers since 2002. Dr Nicole was interviewed on “sexual harassment” on a Malaysian Chinese radio station in April 2014. A month earlier, she was interviewed on television on the “Psychological wellbeing of family members of MH370”.