Learn how our therapists work with clients to help them with the different presenting issues, and the specialised therapy modalities we provide.
We have a full set of psychological testing tools, administered by qualified clinical psychologists, to enable more precise and directed treatment interventions.
Our academy develops and trains mental health professionals. Low-fee therapy services (supervised) are available through our clinical interns.
Our Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) helps companies provide top-quality, affordable mental health services to employees.
Starting early 2020, we will launch our outpatient addiction recovery programme in partnership with the largest addiction rehab in Asia.
Reception Office Hours
Our reception is open during office hours (Monday to Saturday, 9am – 6pm) to handle any enquiries. Our reception is closed on public holidays.
Tel: 03 6201 7488 (If busy, please leave confidential voice message)
Cell: 019 369 8519 (SMS received outside office hours will be attended to the next working day)
Therapy Hours (By appointment)
Our therapists see clients throughout the week, during and outside of office hours, as well as on public holidays. Please note that different clinicians are available on different days/times. Our typical therapy hours are:
Monday to Saturday: 8am to 9pm
Sunday: 10am to 5pm
Contact us to book an appointment.
Rekindle Centre for Systemic Therapy
42-2 Jalan 25/70A
Desa Sri Hartamas
Kuala Lumpur 50480
Ever since news of the COVID-19 virus broke out and the number of infected people in Malaysia began increasing, people have been stressing out about the well being of themselves and their family members. So what can we do to relieve some of these pressures and maybe even to create some fun memories with the family during this time?
Sometimes, clients are in so much distress that they wonder if therapy is actually working. This can happen when people are struggling to recover from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), grief and loss, and especially the pain of relationship infidelity or marital affairs. A client once asked me, “if the pain is still there, how can you know if you are improving?”