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Certified

Clinical Psychologist
by Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology

Professional

Psychotherapy
& Counselling Services
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Clinical Hours

Our Services

What is Psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy (or Talk Therapy), is a way to help those who are currently facing difficulties in emotions, stress, relationships, or mental disorders such as depression or anxiety. 

Our clinical psychologists will help clients to understand their  own emotions and thoughts, and to share methods to help clients face, cope and manage their emotions and thoughts. The main goal of psychotherapy is to assist clients to establish an enjoyable and fulfilling life based on their personal values.

The Process

During the first session (90 minutes), our clinical psychologists will provide clients assessment and consultation. They will understand the full picture of the client’s situation and current concerns. Then they will discuss with the clients regarding their assessment, and the direction of therapy for subsequent sessions. If time permits, they will also share some methods for clients to adjust and manage their thoughts and emotions.

For the subsequent sessions (60 minutes), clinical psychologists will conduct the therapy based on the direction that was agreed upon. The course of therapy will be personalised to each client’s needs to achieve personal goals.

We offer the following services:

Face-to-face Psychotherapy Services

Online Psychotherapy Services

Mental Health Screening and Assessment

Family Therapy

Therapy for Child and Adolescents

Couple and Marriage Counselling

Assessment for Autism, ADHD and Learning Difficulties

Talks and Workshops

Consultation Fees:


First Session

RM330
RM 280
  • 90 minutes
  • Assessment and diagnosis
  • Online / Face-to-face Therapy
PROMO*


Subsequent Session

RM 220
  • 60 minutes
  • Psychotherapy
  • Online / Face-to-face Therapy


Bundle Session

RM880
RM 800
  • RM80 off
  • Psychotherapy x 4 hours
  • Online / Face-to-face Therapy

We can help with the following:

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Depression

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Anxiety Disorder

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Social Anxiety Disorder

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Panic and Phobias

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Trauma and Stress-related Disorders

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Obsessive-Compulsive and related disorders (OCD)

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Eating Disorders

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Grief and Bereavement

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Anger Management

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Relationship and Interpersonal Difficulties

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Low Self-esteem and Confidence

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Bipolar Disorder

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Insomnia

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Other Mental Health Issues

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Self-Exploration

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Personal Growth

Our Professional

Chong Tin Fung

Clinical Psychologist

  1. Psych (Hons) (HELP, Malaysia)
  2. Master of Clin. Psych (HELP, Malaysia)

Full Member (CP1-0214) – Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology

Tin Fung is a clinical psychologist graduated from HELP University. As a part of his training, he underwent his practicum at the Centre for Psychological Wellbeing and Counselling, HELP University; and SOLS Health, an NGO providing accessible and affordable mental health services to marginalized community in Malaysia. He delivers cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and other evidence-based treatments to adult and adolescent clients with a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and adjustment problems, such as anxiety, stress, depression, and relationship problems. During his training in SOLS health, he also conducted several workshops and talks related to the topics of mental health for underprivileged communities. Together with SOLS health, a mental health platform known as ReachIn was created to provide the public with mental health information and resources.

Tin Fung strives to create a safe and non-judgmental atmosphere in which individuals can be supported in their efforts to grow and change as well as realigning with their values and strengths in life. His research interest inclined towards the topic of love & relationship in particular on how to build a long-lasting relationship.

Besides his job as a clinical psychologist, he also working as a social media strategist in MY Psychology (Online Psychology Educational Platform in Malaysia) to produce bite-sized Psychology contents as well as promoting mental health awareness on social media.

  1. Person-Centered Therapy
  2. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  3. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  1. Mandarin
  2. English
  • Year 2019
  • Year 2021
    • Xplode Liao Exclusive Interview Guest: Why Do People Commit Suicide?
  • Year 2022
    • When The Night ComesStage Show Interview Guest
  • Year 2019
    • Oriental Daily News Malaysia: Realisticity of New Year’s Resolution
  • Year 2020
    • Nanyang Siang Pau: Are You Ready to Get Back to Normal Working Hours (after MCO ends)?
    • Nanyang Siang Pau: People Panicking and the Spread of Rumours (during MCO)
    • Sinchew Daily News: Play Is A Necessity
    • My Health Newspaper: Endless Comparison Between Relatives in Family Gatherings
    • My Health Newspaper: High-functioning Depression
  • Year 2021
    • China Press: Buying Material Goods Don’t Necessarily Bring Us Happiness

About Us

How It All Started

“Where there is people,
there is a need for psychology.”

MY Psychology, Malaysia’s 1st Psychology Education Platform was created by a group of psychology undergraduates back in 2014 with the vision to make psychology accessible to everyone. We started off by making fun youtube videos about psychology, then expanded to sharing contents on social media platforms such as Facebook, reaching up to 200k followers.

Fast forward to 2019, MY Psychological Centre was founded in Kepong, Kuala Lumpur, providing psychotherapy/counselling services and corporate talks/workshops about psychological well-being. Mr. Chong was one of the principal clinical psychologists, having the privilege to serve the community as a mental health professional.  

Despite being contented with his career in KL, Mr. Chong realised that there is a need to increase the psychological literacy in his hometown, Sabah and help is definitely not as accessible as compared to in KL. With that consideration, he decided to return to Kota Kinabalu to serve his fellow Sabahans. And that’s how MY Psychology KK comes by. 

 MY Psychology KK is founded in 2022 to provide psychotherapy and counselling services to the people of Sabah. Apart from that, we will continue to preach the spirit of MY Psychology, to “learn, share, apply”, to make psychology accessible to everyone and to increase mental health awareness as a whole.

Our Professionals

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Chong Tin Fung

Clinical Psychologist

Tin Fung is a clinical psychologist graduated from HELP University. As a part of his training, he underwent his practicum at the Centre for Psychological Wellbeing and Counselling, HELP University; and SOLS Health, an NGO providing accessible and affordable mental health services to marginalized community in Malaysia. He delivers cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and other evidence-based treatments to adult and adolescent clients with a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and adjustment problems, such as anxiety, stress, depression, and relationship problems. During his training in SOLS health, he also conducted several workshops and talks related to the topics of mental health for underprivileged communities. Together with SOLS health, a mental health platform known as ReachIn was created to provide the public with mental health information and resources.

Tin Fung strives to create a safe and non-judgmental atmosphere in which individuals can be supported in their efforts to grow and change as well as realigning with their values and strengths in life. His research interest inclined towards the topic of love & relationship in particular on how to build a long-lasting relationship.

Besides his job as a clinical psychologist, he also working as a social media strategist in MY Psychology (Online Psychology Educational Platform in Malaysia) to produce bite-sized Psychology contents as well as promoting mental health awareness on social media.

  1. Psych (Hons) (HELP, Malaysia)
  2. Master of Clin. Psych (HELP, Malaysia)
  1. Full Member (CP1-0214) – Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology
  2. Registered Clinical Psychologist [MAHPC(CP)00357] – Malaysian Allied Health Professions Council 
  1. Person-Centered Therapy
  2. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  3. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  1. Mandarin
  2. English
  3. Malay 
  4. Hakka
  • Year 2019
  • Year 2021
    • Xplode Liao Exclusive Interview Guest: Why Do People Commit Suicide?
  • Year 2022
    • When The Night ComesStage Show Interview Guest
  • Year 2019
    • Oriental Daily News Malaysia: Realisticity of New Year’s Resolution
  • Year 2020
    • Nanyang Siang Pau: Are You Ready to Get Back to Normal Working Hours (after MCO ends)?
    • Nanyang Siang Pau: People Panicking and the Spread of Rumours (during MCO)
    • Sinchew Daily News: Play Is A Necessity
    • My Health Newspaper: Endless Comparison Between Relatives in Family Gatherings
    • My Health Newspaper: High-functioning Depression
  • Year 2021
    • China Press: Buying Material Goods Don’t Necessarily Bring Us Happiness
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Fung Chai Ying

Clinical Psychologist

Chai Ying is a licensed clinical psychologist dedicated to combating the stigma around mental illnesses. She obtained her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the Integrated Psychology Program, a collaboration between the University Science Malaysia (USM) and Sultan Idris Education University (UPSI). Having completed her practicum in public hospitals such as Hospital Raja Permaisuri Bainun (Perak) and Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia (Kelantan), she brings a wealth of clinical experience to her therapy practice.

Chai Ying’s professional focus lies in assisting adults dealing with mood, anxiety, and personality disorders. She has also worked extensively with children and adolescents facing emotional and behavioral issues. Her primary therapeutic approach is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), in which she explores the intricate connections between her clients’ thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Additionally, she incorporates other approaches such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) to help her clients foster balanced perspectives.

Chai Ying firmly believes that practicing authenticity and self-acceptance lead to transformative changes in individuals’ lives. When individuals embrace their imperfections and fears, it empowers them to make significant changes. In her journey to empower others, Chai Ying also empowers herself.

  1. Psych (Hons) (HELP, Malaysia)
  2. Clin. Psych (USM-UPSI, Malaysia)
  1. Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, Lifetime Membership
  2. HRD Corp Train the Trainer (2020-2021)
  1. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  2. Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)
  1. Mandarin
  2. English
  3. Malay
  4. Cantonese

Corporate Trainer at OPPO Malaysia

  1. Developed, designed, and delivered soft skills training modules such as Communication in Sales, Stress Management, Effective Communication etc.  
  2. Participated in the planning, execution, and evaluation of the company’s first Management Trainees Program.
  3. Mentored, coached, and assessed management trainees.

Psychotherapy FAQ

Psychotherapy (or Talk Therapy), is a way to help those who are currently facing difficulties in emotions, stress, relationships, or mental disorders such as depression or anxiety. It is a process of helping clients to understand how their thoughts and feelings influence their behaviours and relationship with others. With psychotherapy, clients would be able to better understand themselves and lead a valuable and satisfying life. 

Psychotherapy is able to help with the situations as below:

  • Mental distress such as depression, anxiety etc 
  • Major life changes such as grief and loss and trauma-related events 
  • Relationship issues 
  • Mental health issues in teens and children including school phobia, self-harm etc 
  • Self-exploration and personal growth

As concerns vary individually, if unsure that psychotherapy would be able to help with your condition, feel free to drop us a Whatsapp message for enquiries.

We do not provide hypnotherapy. However, our clinical psychologist is trained and qualified to incorporate hypnotic techniques in psychotherapy. It is important to know that hypnosis is only one of the many subtechniques used in psychotherapy, which is mostly used for pain management and relaxation. 

It is recommended for clients to seek help from qualified mental health professionals (with years of theory and clinical training in university) who are trained in evidenced-based therapeutic modalities such as Person-Centered, Cognitive-Behavourital Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance-Commitment Therapy(ACT). Our clinical psychologist will first assess your condition thoroughly to conduct psychotherapy with therapeutic modalities that are most suited to your needs. It is not common that a submethod such as hypnosis is used solely throughout your process of psychotherapy.

During the first 90-minute session, our clinical psychologist will provide you with assessment and consultation. He/She will first understand the full picture of your situation and current concerns to have an accurate assessment/diagnosis. Then they will thoroughly explain the results of your assessment and the direction of therapy for subsequent sessions. If time permits, they will also share some methods for clients to adjust and manage their thoughts and emotions.

This will depend on the complexity of your concerns and situation. After the first session, our clinical psychologist will provide an assessment and discuss with you on what to do next, and they might also suggest the frequency of the subsequent sessions to you. For some, it will only require 2-3 sessions, while others may need up to 6-8 sessions or above. Of course, you have the right to decide on whether to have another session and how long in between. This can be discussed with your psychologist to suit your timings

Yes, the information disclosed by clients is strictly kept as private and confidential. However, all therapists are mandated by law to break confidentiality under the circumstances as described below: 

  • Client poses a danger to him/herself 
  • Client makes a serious threat of violence towards a reasonably identifiable victim
  • Client provides written authorisation to request the release of information
  • The Court orders to release of information 
  • A child/an elderly person is abused or neglected
  • Client is below 18 years of age, parents/guardians have the rights to access therapeutic information (*** However, in this case, our centre would hope that parents/guardian would still acknowledge and respect client’s confidentiality to a certain extent) 

***Our centre WILL NOT disclose client’s information to anyone including family members who called, unless received client’s permission.

You may call us via 01133116211 or whatsapp us through this link wa.link/r5bmzj for appointments. You are also welcomed for any enquiries. 

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