Sunny side Up: Choose your therapist well, and don't just look for quick results

In Malaysia, the vast majority of mental health practitioners are ethical and have their clients’ best interests at heart. —

In my previous column I wrote about the challenges of mental health in Malaysia and recognising the importance of taking care of our psychological well-being.

This week, some readers got in touch to ask how they can check for legitimate service providers, with one describing a family member “who ended up paying thousands for a few quick sessions and some supplements”.

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