Centre for Psychological & Counselling Services (CPCS)
Psychotherapy / Counselling
Psychoeducation is a form of education aimed at increasing awareness of mental health issues and preventing mental illness. In psychoeducation clients and their significant others gain information on how to manage, cope and care for others with mental illness.
We serve as a training site for graduate-level students of mental healthcare programmes. In striving to provide the highest quality services to the community, we support professional training supervised by qualified mental healthcare practitioners. State of the art facilities provide opportunities for hands-on learning and greater exposure in supervision.
Trainees at the centre provide professional psychotherapy/counselling services under the supervision of experienced and qualified practitioners.
Where to find us?
Please call 03 2716 2000 ext 2230 or 2239 for more information.
CPCS Damansara Heights
Level 10, Wisma HELP, Jalan Dungun, Medan Damansara, 50490, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: +603 2096 1212
Ronald Lee Wei Shiong, Manager
Counsellor (Reg. no. KB06469)
BA (Psych) (Monash)
Ronald has been working at the Centre for Psychological and Counselling Services, HELP University since February 2016. He is also an active volunteer counsellor and trainer at the Community Health Care Center, PT Foundation. Ronald has experienced working with individuals with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, adjustment difficulties, and grief. His area of interest is in health psychology, specifically on health behavior change and lifestyle management. He frequently incorporates mindfulness techniques in facilitating therapy and change.
Cheng Yen Yee
Clinical Psychologist MClinPsych (HELP)
BPsych (Industrial & Org. Psych) (Hons) (UTM)
Yen Yee has been working at the Centre for Psychological and Counselling Services, HELP University since April 2014. Throughout her training and practice as a Clinical Psychologist, Yen Yee has experienced working with a diversity of clients including university students, children with learning difficulties, working adults, and psychiatric in-patients. Her areas of expertise include conducting psychological assessments for children and adults, and providing psychotherapy to clients with a wide range of mental health issues (e.g. depression, anxiety, personality disorders, stress, and learning difficulties). Yen Yee also conducts workshops and talks on topics such as effective parenting, stress management for students, and overcoming anxiety.
Hong Wei Hee
BPsych Hons (Northumbria)
Wei Hee has been working with children and young adults who are experiencing difficulties that hinder their social, cognitive and psychological development, in partnership with their parents, caretakers and teachers. She works with children and adolescents with developmental disabilities, learning difficulties, behavioural, social and emotional problems, such as autism spectrum disorder, global developmental delay, anxiety, school refusal, low self-esteem and self-harm. Wei Hee is interested in working with people with autism to develop healthy coping skills and seeking to help children and young adults achieve their true potential with proper guidance and support.
Thong Shu Yi
BA (Psych & Int Studies) (Hons) (Monash)
Part of the team since May 2016, Shu Yi has worked with children, adolescents, and adults via community-based social services and psychiatric practices throughout her training. She often witnesses how those suffering from mental health or emotional issues often desire genuine engagement with people, thus regularly uses Person-Centred and Mindfulness approaches in her work. Her main areas of interests are working with young adults and couples dealing with emotional difficulties, and conducting Mindfulness workshops for the community. Shu Yi believes that therapy is a meaning-making journey that fosters healing and growth through self-discovery and empowerment.
BSc (Psych) Hons (University of Sheffield)
Fresh in the team, Kee Joey joined CPCS at the end of 2016 as a Coordinator. Prior to joining the team, she was a team member of the NHS Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service in the UK during her summer placement. She has travelled to a variety of places including East Malaysia, Philippines and Greece to work with children, young people and their families in different settings and contexts. She is also currently volunteering at several charitable organizations outside of work. In her current role, she supports the centre’s practitioners by coordinating their psychotherapy and counselling services.
Mabel Chong Siew Lian
BSc (Psych) Hons (Middlesex)
Mabel Chong joined the Centre for Psychological and Counselling Services in 2016 as a Coordinator. She has experienced working with children with autism and children with learning difficulties as a trainer and therapist. In her current role, she supports the centre’s practitioners by coordinating their psychotherapy and counselling services.