Ms Capriole T.W. Choy

B. Psych (Hons), M. ClinPsych

Clinical Psychologist


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

Working Experience

Serene Psychological Services 2015 – Present
Private psychological center 2023 – Present
Private psychological center 2020 – Present
Private psychological center 2013 – 2020
Department of Psychiatry, Klang General Hospital (HTAR) 2014 – 2015
Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health, KL General Hospital (HKL) 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. Malay
  3. Cantonese (conversational)
  4. Mandarin (conversational)

Professional Membership

  1. Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology (MSCP), MSCP (CP1-0081)
  2. Malaysian Allied Health Professions Council (MAHPC), Ministry of Health, MAHPC (CP) 00150


Capriole is a trauma-informed therapist. After more than 10 years in clinical practice, she continues to be inspired by the indomitable and resilient human spirit. She believes that relational damage is the core of trauma and therefore, relationship is the core of healing trauma. Essentially, the quality of the therapeutic
alliance is crucial in facilitating clients reconnect with themselves and restore inner equilibrium, which in
turn, help generate choices and decisions better aligned with their emotional compass.

Capriole views therapy as a mutual collaboration – where clients embark on a personal journey of healing, discovery, and empowerment, with her as a co-traveller. A proponent of trauma-informed psychotherapeutic
approaches, she believes these provide a comprehensive and integrative framework with which to
understand the complexities of trauma and human nature. Accordingly, she is particularly passionate about
working with clients with Trauma-related Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Depressive Disorders, and
Personality Disorders.

Capriole’s past clinical experience encompassed postings in Kuala Lumpur General Hospital, as well as, spearheading the Clinical Psychology Unit in Klang General Hospital. The acquired exposure has enabled
her to relate well to a diverse spectrum of clients. Academically, she has previously lectured at UCSI
University. Currently, she supervises peer psychologists in addition to her private practice. She speaks fluent
English and Malay, and is conversant in Cantonese and Mandarin.