Frequently Asked Questions

  • Your mental health is important for the sake of your well-being. You will be needing a professional therapist to evaluate your symptoms and signs of your mental health. Therefore, you won’t be self-diagnosing yourself which could lead to poorer outcomes.
  • BEFRIENDERS

    Hotline numbers: 

    KL: 03-7956 8145 (24 hours)

    Ipoh: 05-547 7933 (4pm to 11pm)

    Penang: 04-281 5161 (3pm to midnight)

    E-Mail: [email protected]

    Website: https://www.befrienders.org.my/

  • LIFE LINE ASSOCIATION MALAYSIA

    Counselling Hotline: 

    03-42657995

    E-Mail: [email protected]

    Website: http://lifeline.org.my/cn/

  • MIASA

    Contact Number: 

    03-7732 2414

    6013-878-1322

    6019-236-2423

    E-Mail: [email protected]

    Website: http://miasa.org.my/

  • MALAYSIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION (MMHA)

    Contact Number:

    03-2780 6803

    E-Mail: [email protected]

    Website: https://mmha.org.my/

  • First, the best thing you could do is listen carefully to the person of what he/she tries to say. Make them feel comfortable to express themselves by not judging or imposing an opinion of yours of what the person is thinking of. Show them that you really care.
  • Try not to let them isolate themselves. Keep an eye watch because they might attempt suicide. Therefore, if it were to happen, you can stop them, then coax them before contacting emergency services immediately.

The Importance and Wisdom Behind Listening