Centre for Healthy Minds and Wellbeing 

 Student Counselling and Support 

 The Centre for Healthy Minds and Wellbeing provides counselling services to enhance personal and emotional well being as well as to provide information on academic pathways and career development to university students. Our counsellors are qualified, well-trained and we abide by counselling ethics and laws. We counsel with care, and respect students’ privacy and confidentiality at our counselling sessions. Our counsellors are registered with Lembaga Kaunselor Malaysia (LKM) and we speak most of the major languages in Malaysia.

Make an Appointment

Students are welcome to walk-in or make an appointment to meet any of our counsellors as follows:


Department of Student Affairs

Ground Floor, KB Block,
Bandar Sungai Long, Cheras
43000 Kajang, Selangor


03-90860288 Ext 823 / 824

016-2100862 (Hotline)



Online Registration (For Counselling session only)

In Case of Emergency


If you or someone close to you are facing imminent dangers or crisis in UTAR, please contact: 

   Call forContact Number   
Department of Safety & Security (24 hours)    016-210 0861   
Department of Student Affairs (8.30am - 5.30pm)     016-210 0862   

 Off Campus

Call for
    Contact Number
IPD Hotline (Police)
03-8911 4239
Hospital Kajang
03-8736 3333
Fire Rescue (Bomba)
03-8736 4444
Malaysian Emergency Number

NGO / Assistance

If you or someone close to you are facing imminent dangers or crisis in UTAR, please contact: 

   Call forContact Number   
Talian Nur Hotline 15999   
Befrienders Hotline    03-79568144 / 03-79568145
   All Women's Action Society (AWAM)  03-7877 4221  
Women's Aid Organisation (WAO)    03-7956 3488   
   Malaysia Care  03-9058 2102  

  • Crisis Intervention & Response for Self Harm / Suicidal Behaviour / Mental Disorder Click Here 

  • Guidelines on Crisis Intervention and Response for Student Click Here

Peer Support

We believe that peer support is as important as good quality counseling support. That’s why we roped in peers who are altruistic and empathetic to provide Peer Support to our students.

Peer Helping Programme

Aims to equip students with counselling based communication skills Students learn how to be empathetic and altruistic Peer Helpers.

Peer Mentoring Programme

A ‘Senior Guiding Junior’ programme Freshmen in need are guided by trained mentors for 2 to 4 weeks.

Self Enrichment

  • Career Guidance / Career Exploration Workshop
  • EQ Workshop
  • Personality and Psychological Assessment
    • John Holland Self Directed Search (SDS)
    • Learning and Study Strategies Inventory (LASSI)
    • Leonard Personality inventory (LPI)
    • The Stress Evaluation Profile
    • Depression Anxiety Stress Scale (DASS21)
  • Expressive Art Workshop
  • Relaxation and Stree Management Workshop

Our Counsellors