Graduated in the Master’s degree in Child and Adolescent Developmental Psychology in 2010 from the University of Toulouse – Jean Jaurès, France, he has been commencing his academic and professional journey since then as researcher and lecturer mainly based at the Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) but also consulting psychologist for both governmental and non-governmental institutions. In mid-January 2021, he obtained a doctorate degree in social psychology from Aix-Marseille University, France, specialising in psychology of work and organisations.
He has about ten years of experience in clinical and educational psychology, clinical supervision, training, and research in Cambodia. Currently, he works for a private clinic as part-time consulting psychologist to provide the psychological assessment and treatment for children with learning difficulties and special needs.
His research interests include developmental and educational psychology, organisational development, social cognition, common-sense psychology, and attribution theories. He is mainly interested in exploring and interpreting the socio-cognitive process of individuals and social groups at four levels: intrapsychic, interpersonal, positional and ideological.