Posts Tagged Klang

Mental health Care

Welcome ! The World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”. Therefore a complete sense of well being involves the journey of nurturing our physical, mental ( thoughts and emotion ), social and spiritual health. Total mental health […]


The good life : Study on Health and Happiness

The good life : Here is a  75 years research by Harvard University on Health and Happiness.   This was shared by Professor Robert Waldinger, Psychiatrist at Harvard.   Click the following for the talk :   How to be Healthy and Truly Happy?      


Support for the depressed and suicidal

The LAH support Sometimes we may encounter situations where someone shares with us about feeling “hopeless” or ” there is no meaning in life”. In situation like this, we are in a better position to assist when we are equipped with some simple listening and  enquiry skills. I am sharing a simple technique called the […]


Global burden for psychiatric illness

  The Global burden of Disease 2010 is a worldwide survey to determine the severity of diseases in affecting our lives. It measures how each disease affect our human life span and reduces quality of life. Here is a video summary of Global Burden of Disease 2010 for Psychiatric or Mental Disorder by LANCET.  


Ecotherapy for Mental Health for a psychiatrist in Klang Valley

Before i begin my day as a psychiatrist in my clinic ( Klang, Petaling Jaya or Kuala Lumpur), i will try to enjoy the beautiful, breezy cooling weather every morning. Of course, waking up before sunrise is quite a challenge but it is certainly worth it whenever I take a morning walk at a nearby park. At Section 14, Petaling […]



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