There are many therapists and counsellors with various degrees and backgrounds. Often, a psychologist or mental health therapist providing psychotherapy and counseling services specializes in one or two therapeutic approaches. In contrast, we are trained in many different types of psychological therapy and have many years’ experience providing all major therapeutic techniques. Moreover, we rarely treat a client with just one technque. Rather, as specialists in treating mental health in HK, we have achieved great success treating the problems of children, adolescents and adults using multiple therapeutic approaches, sometimes simultaneously and, on other occasions, over time.
From our expertise, experience and understanding of the most recent research that focuses on mental health treatment and behavioral psychology, we know that just using therapeutic strategies is never enough for a client to overcome a problem and a achieve a more content life. In order to be successful in therapy, a client, regardless of age, cultural background or other life situation, must develop a collaborative relationship with his/her therapist or counselor. We make great effforts to develop this relationship in order for us to work with the client to successfully address his/her needs, concerns and problems.
We offer a wide range of psychological services, behavioural psychology and mental health treatment to children, teenagers, adults and their families.
- Individual psychotherapy and counseling for children, adolescents and adults:
For individuals of all ages, we treat the full range of psychological difficulties, including problems experienced by adults and child behaviour problems. We have considerable expertise in using a wide range of therapeutic strategies to treat problems such as attention disorder, anxiety disorder, depression, oppositional behavior, defiant behaviour, Autism, shyness and other social problems at home and at school, difficulties with friendships and work-related issues.
- Parent counselling:
Parents, grandparents and other adults who care for children experience both the joy and satisfaction in helping them become more responsible, independent and caring. However, those who care for children with social-emotional difficulties often become frustrated despite hard work and dedication. Common child behaviour problems that caregivers face include children with ADHD or attention deficit disorder and anxiety disorder. Our parent counselling teaches the special skills required to help these children succeed in life. Once these skills are learned, practiced and mastered, children’s behavior can improve and they develop better relationships with those who care for them.
- Family therapy:
Family therapy is a highly effective form of treatment to address 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, including problems such as anxiety disorder, depression and attention deficit disorder, sometimes even more effectively than individual therapy.
- Couples counselling:
The challenges of intimate relationships can be mastered through engaging in couples Colleen, a type of behavioural psychology. 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 such as attention deficit disorder, anxiety disorder, and depression regardless of the age of the child or adult. There are several ways that group therapy can be helpful. Participating in groups, led by our well-trained and qualified psychologist and mental health therapist, 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.