Counsellors generally have received training similar to clinical psychologists but with emphasis on helping people cope with more normal life problems. For example, counsellors may help individuals cope with stressful life situations arising out of normal developmental changes e.g. helping individuals make educational and career decisions. However there is a trend towards counsellors becoming more involved in helping individuals with more serious mental health problems including the same conditions addressed by clinical psychologists e.g. depression, anxiety. In Malaysia, the government has made counsellors the mainstay of mental health delivery services.