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Taylor's Master of Clinical Psychology Students Embarked on a Meaningful Outreach Initiative at Assunta Hospital

In the spirit of community engagement and the pursuit of mental health advocacy, the Master of Clinical Psychology students from Taylor's University recently embarked on a meaningful outreach initiative at Assunta Hospital in Petaling Jaya. These aspiring future mental health professionals dedicated their time and expertise to conducting mental health screenings for both patients and staff within the hospital. This outreach activity was part of the mobile clinic initiatives from HEART Psychological Services, Taylor’s University, allowing more accessibility to mental health services for the public. The bustling halls of Assunta Hospital became a hub of compassionate care and psychological support during this period.

Equipped with their knowledge and guided by their commitment to making a positive impact, the students seamlessly integrated themselves into the hospital setting. Their mission was clear to extend a helping hand to those in need and raise awareness about the importance of mental health. The activities included comprehensive mental health screenings, allowing the students to interact with diverse individuals and gain invaluable clinical exposure. Patients and staffs alike benefited from the expertise of these budding clinical psychologists, who approached their duties with empathy, sensitivity, and a genuine desire to make a difference.

The three-day outreach programme not only provided an avenue for the students to apply their theoretical knowledge in a practical setting but also allowed them to witness the intricacies of working in a hospital environment. This hands-on experience was crucial for their development as future Clinical Psychologists, as it exposed them to the unique challenges and dynamics present in healthcare institutions. The feedback from both the hospital staffs and the individuals who participated in the mental health screenings has been overwhelmingly positive. Many expressed gratitude for the initiative, emphasizing the importance of addressing mental health within the healthcare framework. The success of this outreach underscored the need for continued collaboration between academic institutions and healthcare providers to promote holistic well-being.

In conclusion, the Master of Clinical Psychology students have once again demonstrated their dedication to the betterment of society. Through their outreach activities at Assunta Hospital, they not only conducted valuable mental health screenings but also gained a deeper understanding of the complexities of psychological care in a hospital setting. As these students continue on their journey towards becoming proficient Clinical Psychologists, their commitment to community service and mental health advocacy shines as a beacon of hope for a brighter, more compassionate future.


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