Ms. Toh Wei See

Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy

Video Call Rate

RM 230.00 per call

Messenger Rate

RM 15.00 per session

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Spoken Languages

Bahasa (Malay)
Chinese (Cantonese)
Chinese (Hokkien)
Chinese (Mandarin)
English

Qualifications & Awards

FTT4KIDZ, Diploma in Hypnotherapy, Certified in Family Constellation , Recognition from Shan Home, Appreciation letter from Ru Yi Home, Appreciation letter from Shan Home

Biography

Toh is the founder of the Malaysian Gratitude Association (MGA) which provides workshops, healing sessions for the children to release their depressing emotions, and education in mental wellness. ​ She finds clarity, love, peace, and hopes through her training, meditation sessions, oracle card readings, and hypnosis sessions. She is a highly intuitive reader providing clarity to others who come to her session. Her hypnosis sessions help others connect with their subconscious mind, and deeply release inner unconscious emotional blockages and fear. Through her personal experiences in overcoming all her fears and discovering her self-worth, she is deeply inspired to use her gifts and inner strengths to inspire others to lead happier and peaceful lives by inner self-reading, self-awareness, and self-acceptance. Toh is a great believer in investing in self-empowerment courses to enrich one’s life. ​ She is practicing The Seth (Analytical Approach), Certified of Practitioner Fast Track technique, Family System Constellation, and Clinical Hypnotherapy. She speaks English, Malay, Chinese, Hokkien & Cantonese. Her sessions help others to connect with their inner-self, and heal the unconscious blockages of those who suffer from emotional symptoms & disturbance, bringing you to break through your current situation. ​ She can be contacted for; - Children-Adolescents's Therapy - Overcome Breakup Pain - Overcome Single Life - Overcome Intimacy Therapy - Dreams Interpretation - Stress Management - Anxiety - Etc ​ Graduated & Member of: - Seth Learning Garden - Institut für systemische Aufstellungen - Full member of British Society of Clinical Hypnosis - Malaysian Society of Clinical Hypnosis - London College of Clinical Hypnosis Asia

Affiliations

No Affiliation

Toh Wei See

F-08 G Village, Desa Pandan, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 55100

Opening Hours

Open Now: 10:00 am - 05:30 pm

Sunday

Closed

Monday

10:00 am - 05:30 pm

Tuesday

10:00 am - 05:30 pm

Wednesday

10:00 am - 05:30 pm

Thursday

10:00 am - 05:30 pm

Friday

10:00 am - 05:30 pm

Saturday

10:00 am - 05:30 pm

Contact

+60189794644


Performance Anxiety

A confident person will maintain an external focus. However, a person experiencing performance anxiety will maintain an internal focus such as a focus on your negative feeling that you may believe that your audience or partner can see your nervousness, negative criticism from the comments that had been given by others as well as your criticism and recall the past bad experience. The performance then is any interaction you make with others in which you are likely to feel you are being evaluated, it can include; - Work - Stage performance such as singing, dancing or playing a musical instrument, etc. - Sport - Public speaking - Exam - Sex -, etc (with performance). Well, have you ever frozen with fear when performing any above? Ever stuck, lack of oxygen, shaking, anxiety, negative feeling and thinking came out when performing? If the answer is "Yes" to any of the questions, you have experienced performance anxiety. ​ Notice; Performance anxiety can make your life unbearable. Worse come to worse, depression. For example; sex performance anxiety can affect your relationship, work performance anxiety not only affected your career but also your finances, exam performance anxiety not only affected you can't take the exam or fail the exam but also your future. So, earlier treatment is advised. ​ Wish that the things you want to do seem almost effortless. You begin to surprise yourself with how creative you are and you feel happy runs via your body? ​ Our therapist will assist you to use your mind and body link, to boost up your self-esteem and see the results you have been seeking. The Direct Suggestion will be given to you to direct attention away from yourself, to stop thinking of yourself, stop monitoring yourself and heighten your focus and concentration to what you are saying and doing to making it easier to help you regain control. ​ So what are you waiting for? To gain your confidence, contact us NOW!


Intimacy Issue

Intimacy is a connection between people in personal relationships. It can include physical or emotional closeness or both. To be intimate with someone is to share close emotional or physical bonds. If you fear intimacy, you fear being too close to others. Intimate relationships can be divided into four types: 1.) Experiential Share common activities, hobbies, or experiences that bring you together. 2.) Intellectual Exchange of ideas or deep, meaningful discussions. 3.) Emotional Share inner feelings or form a deeper connection. 4.) Sexual Close sensual relationship. Someone who fears intimacy may: • have low self-esteem • have trust issues or/and avoid physical contact • having trouble forming or committing to close relationships • All the while in unstable relationships • unable to share feelings or express emotion • have sexual desire problem • live in self-imposed social isolation Fear of intimacy is caused by our past experiences such as childhood trauma, abuse, or sexual abuse. It is a defence mechanism. You do not allow yourself to become helpless or have an issue in trusting someone else because you do not want to get hurt. Note: Symptoms of fear of intimacy linked to childhood sexual abuse may include: • inhibited sexual desire, difficulty becoming aroused • seeing sex as a duty • feelings of anger, disgust, or guilt when touched • emotional distance during sex • problematic sexual behaviours or sexual addiction • physical problems such as pain, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, Dyspareunia, or anorgasmia. Fear of intimacy can have a critical impact on your life, especially with your lover. Research shows that anxiety disorders can negatively affect the quality of a partner relationship. This may cause you to repress feelings or put up barriers to emotional or sexual affection. If your partner does not know about or understand this, they may feel unwanted and unloved. Other effects are: • social isolation • having a lot of short-term relationships • sabotaging relationships by being difficult and extremely significant • Always stay as a victim in a relationship or over-attached with a broken relationship It is not easy to face this alone, and especially when you feel lonely and empty. It is time to take a step to overcome it! Contact us once you are ready.


Children Anxiety Disorder

Children Anxiety Disorder Well, that is one thing that we can't argue is most of the children are under more emotional pressure today than in the past. Worry excessively about a variety of things such as grades, family issues, societal, academic and parent pressures often bring the children with anxiety issues that show up in many ways. The symptoms such: - Hard to concentrate, - Sleep problem or having bad dreams, - Appetite changed, - Easy to angry or irritable, - Easy to burst out and lost control, - Having often negative thoughts, - Feeling tense and fidgety, - Often go to the toilet, - Emotional, - Stomachaches, headache and feeling unwell, - Wet bedding. As a parent, it is not easy to deal with a child who has an anxiety disorder. How to deal with it? Find a trained therapist to overcome it! Bring your child to all the therapy appointments. Encourage your child to take small steps ahead and praise your child for efforts to cope with fears and worry. How is your kid treated? - Behavioural therapy - Cognitive behaviour therapy - Kids Hypnotherapy - Play therapy - Storytelling Parent love and support usually play a big part in the healing progress. So do encourage them more. Be patient, it takes a while for the therapist to work and for kids to feel better. About the Intimacy issue. Intimacy is a connection between people in personal relationships. It can include physical or emotional closeness or both. To be intimate with someone is to share close emotional or physical bonds. If you fear intimacy, you fear being too close to others. Intimate relationships can be divided into four types: 1.) Experiential Share common activities, hobbies, or experiences that bring you together. 2.) Intellectual Exchange of ideas or deep, meaningful discussions. 3.) Emotional Share inner feelings or form a deeper connection. 4.) Sexual Close sensual relationship. Someone who fears intimacy may: • have low self-esteem • have trust issues or/and avoid physical contact • having trouble forming or committing to close relationships • All the while in unstable relationships • unable to share feelings or express emotion • have sexual desire problem • live in self-imposed social isolation Fear of intimacy is caused by our past experiences such as childhood trauma, abuse, or sexual abuse. It is a defence mechanism. You do not allow yourself to become helpless or have an issue in trusting someone else because you do not want to get hurt. Note: Symptoms of fear of intimacy linked to childhood sexual abuse may include: • inhibited sexual desire, difficulty becoming aroused • seeing sex as a duty • feelings of anger, disgust, or guilt when touched • emotional distance during sex • problematic sexual behaviours or sexual addiction • physical problems such as pain, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, Dyspareunia, or anorgasmia. Fear of intimacy can have a critical impact on your life, especially with your lover. Research shows that anxiety disorders can negatively affect the quality of a partner relationship. This may cause you to repress feelings or put up barriers to emotional or sexual affection. If your partner does not know about or understand this, they may feel unwanted and unloved. Other effects are: • social isolation • having a lot of short-term relationships • sabotaging relationships by being difficult and extremely significant • Always stay as a victim in a relationship or over-attached with a broken relationship It is not easy to face this alone, and especially when you feel lonely and empty. It is time to take a step to overcome it! Contact us once you are ready.