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Reasmeiy Angkor

United States

  • City, State: Lynbrook, NY
  • Geographic Location: North America

About me:

A compassionate Sociologist in the Nonprofit Field, providing services and expertise to the mentally and medically ill adults in Nassau County Long Island, NY. I serve as a community liaison, assessing needs, monitor progress, and linking clients to community resources (entitlement/housing/food/treatment) to help individuals become self-sufficient and re-integrate into society.

An empowered prenatal and post-partum Doula serving as a birthing coach to pregnant women; guiding them through their most important journey, birthing and the joy of motherhood. A Doula is a guiding light; a friend who cares and guides her sisters and their families through labor and delivery with gentle love, acceptance, and compassion. A Doula knows various techniques to help ease pain and other discomforts and encourages the woman to believe in her own power, thus giving her a loving and empowered experience as it should be.

A devoted Feng Shui Consultant, helping individuals and businesses improve energy flow and achieve harmonious living at home and office.

Founder of "The Welcome Home Project" serving the land eviction victims and homeless survivors in Cambodia. We provide provide food, shelter, clothing and mental health support for those living in the streets of Phnom Penh.

Exhibit change by:

I exhibit change by being an active participant in my community by giving people hope and the tools to bring change to life. I believe in the power of positivity and thinking outside of the box. While many psychiatrists are unable to help someone with OCD leave the home, I can. Why? Because I make people feel comfortable and worthy of living a fulfilled life.

I'm passionate about:

I am passionate about Human Rights Activism, Cambodian Rights Activism, Non-profits, Community Outreach, Crisis Intervention, Prenatal and Post-partum Empowerment Doula Services, Feng Shui Consultation, Social Services, Health Care Coordination, Behavioral and Mental Health, Health Education, HIV Prevention, and the need to use our voices to bring vital change to the world.


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