Supporting adults through psychological care

The trusted experts in treating the full range of psychological difficulties that arise in Hong Kong.


The Adler Family Centre has years of experience and expertise treating the full range of psychological difficulties arising from the following problems and life situations:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Excessive shyness
  • Attention-related difficulties
  • Eating disorders
  • Work stress
  • Marital and relationship difficulties
  • Parent-child relationship difficulties
  • Gay, lesbian, transgender and transsexual issues
  • Adoption issues
  • Copy of Adoption issues


We use a wide range of therapies to address difficulties in these areas including the following approaches:

Individual psychotherapy

For individuals of all ages, we treat the full range of psychological difficulties and issues. We have developed expertise in cognitive-behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy and emotion-focused therapy among many other forms of treatment.

Family therapy

Family therapy is a highly effective in addressing the problems that family members have interacting and communicating with each other. By finding more ways of successfully resolving conflicts and finding solutions to problems, family members will develop more satisfying and stronger relationships with each other. Family therapy also can address a wide-range of difficulties faced by individuals, sometimes even more effectively than individual therapy.

Couples counselling

The challenges of intimate relationships can be mastered through engaging in couples counseling. By examining, evaluating and changing beliefs about their relationships, couples can lead more content, satisfying and fulfilling lives together and as individuals.

Group therapy

Group therapy can be a very successful approach to address a wide range of social-emotional difficulties. There are several ways that group therapy can be helpful. Participating in groups, led by our well-trained and qualified psychologist, can help by: 1) Learning the skills needed change behavior and then practicing those skills with other group members, and 2) receiving suggestions from the psychologist and other group members.

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