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A language barrier can make it impossible to communicate effectively, thwarting your therapy experience from the start. Good communication between you and your therapist is key to success in therapy.

If Malay is your native language and you feel most comfortable expressing yourself in that language, you should seek therapy from a bilingual therapist or a Malay-speaking therapist. Wherever you are located in South Carolina from Charleston to Sumter or even Mount Pleasant, or anywhere else nearby, Mental Health Match can help you easily find an experienced therapist or counselor who best meets your needs.

Ways a Language Barrier Can Hinder Therapy

Here are several ways that a language barrier can decrease the effectiveness of therapy and counseling:

  • It can cause a misdiagnosis based on an insufficient understanding of your symptoms.
  • Your therapist may misunderstand statements or cultural factors important to your health.
  • Without good communication, you may not fully understand the therapist’s treatment plan.

Due to the above reasons, it’s in your best interest to see a therapist who speaks your native language. We also encourage you to read licensed therapist Meredith Walker’s article to learn about additional things to consider when choosing a therapist.

See a Therapist Who Speaks Your Native Language Today!

Licensed Malay-speaking therapists are available to get to know you, pinpoint your issues, and create a plan to get you on track toward a happier life. With Mental Health Match, finding a qualified bilingual therapist is easy! Start by browsing experts below or by using our free therapist matching tool.

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I am committed to helping people find their path and take action to move forward in their lives. Therapy is a place where we can learn how to get “unstuck” and counter the worries that create doubt and uncertainty in ourselves.

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I'm very client directed. I see my clients as the experts in their lives, and I'm here to help. I work to give you the information to make the best decisions about your therapy. I use a variety of techniques, but the choice is always yours.

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We will explore unworkable patterns and shift to more workable ones, driven by your values and what is important to you so that you can live the quality of life you desire and be the type of person you would like to be. Things can change.


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We will explore unworkable patterns and shift to more workable ones, driven by your values and what is important to you so that you can live the quality of life you desire and be the type of person you would like to be. Things can change.

Something to know about my approach is:

My approach is direct and compassionate. I want to meet you where you need, hear your concerns, and I provide immediate tools for you to take and use. I also like to have fun during the therapy session. Having fun is an essential part of being.

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