Ellisha Othman


​ 1Petaling Commerz and Residential Condos, #G-8, Jalan 1C/149, Off Jalan Sungai Besi, 57100 Sungai Besi, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia



Ellisha is a trained Clinical Psychologist for more than 7 years but prior to her career in psychology, she pursued a career in the area of corporate finance and strategy. Currently as the Managing Director of SOLS Health, she focuses on leading the organization to provide sustainable and accessible community-based behavioural health services especially to the marginalised and underserved population through direct services and impact projects. In her role as a clinical supervisor, she focuses on the developing and nurturing socially-responsible mental health practitioners in-training from Malaysian and international universities. As a clinician, she is predominantly trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Adlerian Psychology. Ellisha has worked with children and adolescent as well as adult population on a myriad of psychological and developmental disorders, behavioural management, parenting skills, chronic pain and trauma intervention. Her research areas included studying mood and anxiety disorders amongst learning disorder and gynaecological cancer population and currently focuses on the impact of community based behavioural health interventions. Ellisha is fluent in English and Malay and she is an active member of Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology (MSCP) and as strong advocate of her profession and has served as the Honorary Treasurer from 2017-2019.

Organization type

Mental Health Professionals

Type of Business


Opening Hours

Thursday - Saturday, 9am - 6pm

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ReachIn is an online platform created by SOLS Health for individuals to access resources about mental health. Supported by CIMB Islamic Bank Berhad, ReachIn became part of the CIMB Islamic Safe Space Programme which consists of 5 initiatives with a goal to pioneer social inclusion through the implementation of community mental health services. The programmes have benefitted children, youth and families living with general mental health challenges, developmental and behavioural difficulties, and also survivors of trauma and abuse.

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