Student Counselling

What Is Counselling?

Students seeking help of counselling are often mistaken for being problematic, and many are simply too shy to see a counsellor. They do not understand the nature of counselling is actually a unique, one-to-one relationship between counsellor and student who agree to meet privately and regularly for a period of time with the aim of restoring emotional well-being to the student. It also allows the counsellors to provide them with genuine support and positive guidance. In other words, it allows students to open up and be themselves and to say what they truly feel in confidence without fear of judgment and criticism.

One can experience life growth and receive psychological treatment through counselling.

Confidentiality

All information shared in the counselling room is strictly confidential, therefore one can talk about his/ her problems in a safe and reliable environment.

Types of counselling services

Personal Counselling
  • Academic issues, emotional issues, psychological issues, family issues, addiction issues, relationships, and so on
  • Personal counselling can help students understand their problems and solve their own problems. Group Counselling
  • When there are around 8 to 10 students, they canbe grouped together to share, to encourage and to grow in the group
Talk to Parents
  • Talk to the students’ parents and help them learn about their children's academic performance
  • Work with parents to help students to conduct themselves and improve their learning in the college
Psychological Test
  • Provide psychological tests to allow students to understand their own psychological status as well as their personality traits, knowing which can lead them to living a more healthy mental life
Education Counselling
  • Using personality quizzes to assist students to find out their interests, and select courses which match most of their interests and capabilities
  • Provide information on further studies so that students can understand their academic pathway and career progression
Career Counselling
  • Preparing graduates for the workplace: guiding them in CV writing and interviewing skills, showing them how to get along with others in the workplace
Providing Information
  • Equip students with necessary information on psychology so they can stay alert to the psychological problems
General
  • Students can also seek help from counsellors on how to help their families or friends who are facing psychological problems
  • Build up good relationship with students, listen to their needs, support and provide guidance to them

Our qualified counsellors:

Mdm. Wong Siew Hiung

  • Bachelor of Counselling, University of Malaya
  • Registered Counsellor with Board of Counsellors Malaysia
Mr. Kevin Wong Kiung Kion

  • Bachelor of Social Science (Hons) Psychology, University Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR)
  • Master in Counselling, Open University Malaysia (OUM)
  • Registered Counsellor with Board of Counsellors Malaysia