Hi, my name is Tamy!

During my years working as mental health therapist, I encountered a lot of people who were unhappy and dissatisfied with their life. As a therapist, I was required to use traditional counseling practices to help them. But I always felt that these techniques weren’t fully effective in helping people regain control of their lives. It often led to people become dependent on therapy and it would take a long time for them to be able to deal with their problems.

In my own personal life, I also experienced similar dissatisfaction just like many of the clients I worked with. I started looking into non-traditional psychology and practices to improve my sense of control and wellbeing. And I decided to focus on positive psychology, mindfulness, and meditation. I started implementing these scientific-based practices in my own life and experienced positive results quickly.

I know how it feels to be unhappy and to lack any sense of direction in your life. But as I developed a better understanding of my own needs and learned to establish a positive mindset, I experienced a transformation from within. Regaining a sense of balance, purpose, and wholeness in my life inspired my launch the Happy Meditator.

I want to share my personal and professional experiences with others so they can experience what it feels to be live a mindful happy life. Helping others and teaching has always been a passion and a strong drive that fills me with joy and gratitude.

The Happy Meditator is my life’s dream of creating a place where people can get inspired and get help with creating the happy life that they want. We all have the potential for happiness and having some guidance in the process can help things fall into place.

Together we can remap your mind and grow the skills you need for a more mindful wholesome life.

Tamy Khan is a happiness & meditation coach, and founder of HappyMeditator.com.


Tamy has a Bachelors degree in Social Work and a Masters degree in Clinical Social Work with a specialty in working adults and the elderly. She’s an experienced mental health counselor, group therapist and healthcare manager. Tamy has worked with families, seniors and people suffering from depression, dementia, affective disorders, schizophrenia and addiction problems.


Tamy has spent several years researching the subject of happiness and wellbeing. She’s completed a Happiness Course with the University of California, Berkeley. And she’s gained certification in Integrative Restorative Meditation.