Ms Capriole Tsee Wai Choy

B. Psych (Hons), M. ClinPsych

Clinical Psychologist


Master of Clinical Psychology HELP University
Bachelor of Psychology (HONS) Winona State/ HELP University

Working Experience

Private psychological center 2015 – Present
Private psychological center 2013 – Present
Department of Psychiatry, Klang General Hospital 2014 – 2015
Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health, Hospital Kuala Lumpur 2013 – 2014
Porta Kabin, Hospital Kajang UPM 2012 – 2013
Non-profit/ Non-governmental organizations 2012 – 2013
Center for Psychological and Counseling Services, HELP University 2011 – 2012



  1. English
  2. Bahasa Malaysia
  3. Cantonese
  4. Mandarin (conversational)

Professional Membership

  1. Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology (MSCP)

Talks and Presentations

  1. Invited Speaker
    Title: Cardiovascular Psychology
    In conjunction with the course “An Update in the Physiotherapy Management for Cardiac Rehabilitation Program”.
    Venue: Physiotherapy Department, Hospital Kuala Lumpur
    Date: 20th November 2013
  1. Speaker
    Title: Self-Care for Mental Health Professionals and Caregivers
    Continuing Medical Education Talk
    Venue: Clinical Psychology Unit, Hospital Kuala Lumpur
    Date: 27th December 2013
  1. Speaker Title: Anger Management
    Continuing Medical Education Talk
    Venue: Clinical Psychology Unit, Hospital Kuala Lumpur
    Date: 7th February 2014
  1. Speaker
    Title: Understanding Anxiety DisordersPublic Talk
    Venue: Mentem Psychological Services
    Date: 26th April 2014
  1. Speaker
    Title: Compassion Fatigue in Mental Health ProfessionalsContinuing Medical Education Talk (Monthly Department Meeting)
    Venue: Psychiatric Department, Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah, Klang
    Date: 12th June 2015


Capriole is a Clinical Psychologist with a Masters in Clinical Psychology from HELP University, Malaysia. She completed her Bachelors degree (2nd Class Hon.) in Psychology under a twinning programme at Winona State University, Minnesota, U.S.A. During her studies abroad, she was on the Dean’s List and the recipient of the Golden Key International Honour Society membership for two consecutive years. She also co-authored and presented two depression papers at the Wisconsin Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium, and the 38th Minnesota Undergraduate Psychology Conference. Upon her return home, she became a Research Assistant at HELP University’s CAREERSense, where she edited and completed the department’s psychometric tests manual, assisted in the construction of new test items, and promoted psychometric tests to private and international schools.

Capriole’s work experiences extend to a variety of settings such as education institutions, government hospitals, intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations, private health centers, and the corporate and financial sectors. She was previously based in Kuala Lumpur General Hospital’s Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health, before moving to Klang General Hospital’s Department of Psychiatry to set up a Clinical Psychology unit. As such, she has been exposed to, and relates well to a wide spectrum of clients from diverse backgrounds and populations. Her clinical training has given her opportunities to work with adolescents, children with special needs, hospital patients, refugees, stranded migrants and human trafficking victims. Some of her managed cases include anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, personality disorders, learning, and behavioural disorders. Additionally, she has collaborated with other health professionals on case referrals and management, and organized psycho-educational talks and workshops. Apart from that, she was a part-time lecturer to Year-3 Psychology students at UCSI University.

Capriole practices and believes in an integrative and eclectic psychotherapy approach, one that prioritizes and emphasizes the needs of clients. Her aspirations are strategic involvement with other scientific disciplines to improve prognosis rates and develop new treatment methods. Additionally, she hopes to increase public awareness of mental health issues and their access to treatment.

Currently, Capriole is based at 2 private centers in Klang Valley. She speaks fluent English, Cantonese, and Malay, and is conversant in Mandarin.