RMCO: Counsellors and therapists are taking their services online to help Malaysians adapt to the new normal


Virtual counseling sessions seek to ease the strain of the coronavirus pandemic and all the associated changes on interpersonal relationships. — Dreamstime/TNS

Feeling anxious or constantly worried? Having trouble sleeping through the night? Experiencing loss of appetite?

According to the World Health Organisation, adapting to new normal measures such as working from home and practising social distancing – while learning to protect themselves from Covid-19 – can be “challenging” for everyone, leading to its #HealthyAtHome campaign to increase awareness about mental health.

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