Heal, Cope, and Thrive with TYHO
Be it individuals, couples, or families – together, we aim to shape your path to a fulfilling life.
How It Works
Access online counselling anytime, including after work hours and on weekends.
Choose Your Therapist
Find a TYHO Therapist online based on your preferences. Review their profiles and watch their videos to find the right fit.
Make a Booking
Select the service type, medium, and date to view the availability of a Therapist.
Attend Your Therapy Session
Attend virtual sessions (video/audio) and manage your booking – all via our website.
We Mean Quality Care
What therapy can help you with and why us
88% find quality of services to be our defining feature
Everyone deserves access to high-quality therapy. That’s why our Therapists are committed to providing top-notch services to our clients.
96% find our platform easy to use
Only 10% Therapist acceptance rate
98% of our clients would recommend TYHO
Self-Awareness & Growth
Have you always struggled to control anger when sad or upset? Through online therapy, you can learn how to regulate your emotions.
TYHO Therapists in Malaysia
Finding the right Therapist in Malaysia
At TYHO, we understand finding a reliable and trustworthy professional counsellor or clinical psychologist can be a daunting task. We are here to make it easy for you to find exceptional Therapists in Malaysia. We have carefully curated a pool of Malaysian therapists who are highly qualified, experienced, and professional – so you don’t have to.
What to expect at TYHO
All our online Therapists at TYHO are qualified with a minimum of a Master’s degree. They also undergo professional training and are aligned with TYHO values. These include being empathetic, non-judgmental, and sensitive to diverse backgrounds and viewpoints. We guarantee that our Therapists are dedicated to providing their clients with the best care possible.
Find quality of services to be our defining feature.
Highly rated on Trustpilot & Google.
Of our clients would recommend TYHO.
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Frequently Asked Questions
In Malaysia, many types of therapy are available to cater to various needs. With the broad use of the term “Therapist,” many Malaysians may wonder what is the difference between occupational therapy, speech therapy, massage therapy, physiotherapy, etc.
One crucial type of therapy is talk therapy, also called counselling or psychotherapy. When dealing with emotional challenges, therapy provides a secure, private, and non-judgmental environment. Here, individuals can openly discuss their struggles and work closely with a trained professional to achieve their goals, overcome their challenges, or simply better manage their issues.
If you search for an online Therapist in Malaysia, you may notice that the terms “therapist,” “counsellor,” and “psychotherapist” are often used interchangeably. If you are looking for a depression or mental health therapist in Malaysia, remember that trust is the most crucial factor to consider. Finding a trustworthy Therapist is key, as your relationship with them will be for the long-term and it will significantly impact the outcome of therapy.
Online therapy in Malaysia offers a convenient and accessible way for individuals to receive counselling services from qualified therapists, such as counsellors or clinical psychologists. Malaysian Therapists can provide culturally sensitive, flexible and tailored support to clients who might otherwise struggle with taking time out to travel. Online therapy uses online platforms to organise audio or video conferencing calls.
With online therapy, those seeking help can easily access mental health support. You only need a stable internet connection and a personal computer or mobile device!
In Malaysia, the expense of seeking therapy can differ substantially, considering factors such as the chosen establishment (public sector organisation or private practice) and the particular mental health specialist involved (such as psychologists, professional counsellors or social workers). Moreover, the therapy method (face-to-face or through audio, video or text-based live chat) also determine the cost.
Ordinarily, a Therapist in Malaysia may charge between MYR 150 – 450 per session. For additional information on the pricing of online Therapists at Talk Your Heart Out (TYHO), kindly follow this link.
Our team of online Therapists comprises qualified counsellors and clinical psychologists dedicated to offering exceptional mental health support. Expert counsellors excel in utilising integrative therapies to help individuals navigate their personal and emotional challenges. Meanwhile, clinical psychologists employ evidence-based techniques to identify and address more severe mental health conditions and disorders through non-medicinal, long-term management.
Selecting a specific type of mental health Therapist in Malaysia is not always required, as there is significant overlap in their education, areas of expertise, and therapeutic methods. Both counsellors and clinical psychologists are adept at identifying and addressing common mental health concerns, such as low self-esteem, mild to moderate depression, anxiety, relationship issues, or addictions.
Both psychologists and professional counsellors are collectively called “Therapists” on our platform. All our experts are trained to provide talk therapy to enhance a client’s mental health and overall wellbeing.
The range of concerns that prompt individuals to seek assistance is diverse. Hence, if you have been experiencing a consistently low mood, a lack of interest in your usual pursuits, or struggling to maintain connections with those close to you, it could be a good idea to allocate time for counselling, also referred to as therapy.
Frequently, we postpone visiting a Therapist or seeking an online Therapist because we believe our problems are not “significant enough” or we are uncertain about what to discuss with a Therapist online.
Discover more about the indications that you may need therapy and the issues for which you can get support here.
Typically, an appointments is scheduled at least 24 hours in advance, giving our Therapists adequate time to reserve a slot and prepare for the online sessions. Each Therapist’s available time slots can be viewed on their profiles, accessible here.
For details regarding our fees, please refer to the pricing section, and for additional information, view our FAQs page.
Should you require help choosing an online Therapist or have any other inquiries, do not hesitate to contact us via email at [email protected] or through WhatsApp.
Psychiatrist: Diagnoses mental health disorders and can prescribe medication as part of the treatment plan.
Clinical Psychologist: Responsible for identifying mental health problems and providing long-term, non-pharmacological management for more severe conditions.
Psychotherapist: Aim to help clients understand their thought patterns by identifying the causes of their struggles using distinct therapeutic methods and approaches.
Professional Counsellor: Utilises a diverse range of integrative therapies to assist individuals in addressing personal and emotional challenges.
Social Worker: Collaborates with and supports individuals and families, liaising between them and various community stakeholders to meet their needs.