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  Freda CHEUNG 張麗霞 
M.A. (Professional Counselling)

Freda has a Master's Degree in Professional Counselling from the Olivet Nazarene University in Illinois. She has been working with clients in areas of personal growth, emotional disturbances, marital and family relationship issues. With a wide range of life exposures, Freda has an analytical and thoughtful mind, proactive thinking, as well as an open attitude to various perspectives. Applying an eclectic approach founded on a client-centered base, she facilitates her clients with creative ways in achieving self-understanding and change.


Yolanda CHIU 招苑菁 
Yolanda adopts a non-judgmental approach to her practice and brings calmness and compassion to her work. Her therapy is influenced by attachment theory and family systems theory and as such she counsels her clients from a holistic perspective. Her areas of special interest include relationship issues, depression, parenting, low self-esteem, loneliness, loss and grief, life transitions and personal growth. With advanced training in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), she helps couples and families move away from negative patterns that keep them stuck and distressed, and toward secure emotional connection. Yolanda has extended exposure to people of various backgrounds through her counselling profession and personal life experience. She has a master degree in counselling from Canada and she offers counselling in English, Cantonese, and Putonghu.


Specialist Degree (Psychology)
Anna obtained a Specialist Degree in Psychology in Moscow and was qualified as a Psychologist and Teacher of Psychology in Russia. She also had her qualification in Economics from Russian University, equivalent to an Australian doctoral degree. Anna has worked in a number of settings including international real estate in Moscow and Dubai. She volunteered at various psychological helplines and had an internship in Moscow at two paediatric Hospitals (in the cancer and neurological departments). Before moving to Hong Kong, Anna had worked at the Russian Educational Center in Shanghai as a psychologist. 
Anna provides individual counselling for adults and children in the areas of socio-cultural adaptation, parenting issues, traumas, life crises, loss and grief, relationship issues and depression.
She works within the psychoanalytic paradigm with the elements of family systems and client-centered approaches. In her work with children she uses the techniques of play, art and sand therapies. 
Anna is fluent in Russian and English.

  Richard GEE
M.Ed. (Guidance & Counselling)
Richard is a counsellor with a rich and varied experience. His 30-year career includes a decade in business management and operations, a decade in professional counsulting and accounting, a decade in counselling, coaching, training, and people development. He has lived and worked in UK, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan. Being one of Hong Kong's few male counsellors, Richard works with many male clients. His approach is person-centred, solution-focused, and emotion-focused, using metaphor, clean language, NLP and (not least) humour. He works primarily with four groups of issues : relationships, affairs, and separation; stress, anxiety, depression, and anger; personal growth and life crisis; work-related problems.

  Peggy HO 何碧儀
Master of Counsellor Education
Peggy has a B.Sc (Hons.) in Psychology from Cheltenham & Gloucester College of Higher Education, U.K. and a Master's Degree of Counsellor Education from China Graduate School of Theology, Hong Kong. She is a registered Nurse and worked as a hospice home care nurse for almost 10 years. She has also worked as a Psychological Counsellor in the counselling services with clients having problems of anxiety disorders, depression, trauma, personal growth, grief and bereavement, marital and family issues, and pathological gambling.
    Hairong HUANG 黃海蓉
MSSc. (Social Work)
Hairong holds a Master's Degree of Social Science in Social Work at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and she’s a certified Somatic Experiencing® practitioner. She has years of experience in social service for families and individuals from many different cultural/educational backgrounds. Hairong works with adults, young adolescents and families with issues such as stress and anxiety, depression, adjustment disorder, loss, traumatic experience, relationship issues, self-growth and resilience build-up. Hairong applies a person-centered approach with containment of clients’ emotions and physical/psychological responses in a safe way. She helps clients in the healing of trauma through a body-oriented approach which includes integration of body, mind and spirit. Hairong provides counselling in fluent Cantonese, Putonghua and English.


Jaymee KWAN 關曉暉
M.A. (Clinical Psychology)
Jaymee has received her master degree in Clinical Psychology at Wheaton College, Illinois. Throughout her clinical experience in local counselling centres and oversea psychiatric settings, Jaymee has enjoyed and continuously worked with children and adolescents with expressive therapy, including art and play therapy. Moreover, she adopted a person-centered and positive psychology approach in which she believes accessing the potentials and resources within the individuals. Meanwhile, she specializes in finding resilience through losses, marital growth, depression, anxiety, and personal building. She currently is under local psychiatric training that focuses in early psychosis and related mental health studies.

    Salina LEUNG 梁婉芬
MSc (Counselling Psychology)
Salina is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist trained in the United Kingdom and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She has more than 10 years in the field of counselling at work in London. She is specialized in trauma therapy, anxiety, depression, relationship and other mental health issues. Salina is experienced in running Stress Management groups. She has devised a programme in co-operation with a physiotherapist in helping people with chronic pain problem. Salina is further trained in sensory-motor or body-centred approach in trauma. In recent years, Salina is interested in combining mindfulness with her work. As a Chinese born and raised in Hong Kong, and trained and practiced in London; Salina provides psychological therapy to people who speak either Cantonese or English.
    Emily LEW 劉碧霞
MPsych (Clin)
Emily obtained her Masters degree in Clinical Psychology in Melbourne, Australia where she lives until moving to Hong Kong a number of years ago. She adopts an integrated approach to treatment based on psychodynamic, emotion-focused, mindfulness, and cognitive/behavioural theories. Her approach is client centred, she aims to work with her clients in exploring and addressing pain, conflicts and difficult emotional experiences.  Emily has experience working with adults and children who struggle with emotional problems (depression, anxiety, stress), interpersonal/relationship problems (family/marriage), grief/trauma, addictions as well as other areas such as personal growth and career. She is also experienced in working with families dealing with developmental disorders (Autism). Emily speaks languages fluently in both English and Cantonese.  

M.A. (Psychology)
Aruna is a counselling psychologist. She has a Master in Psychology from University of Indore, India. Before coming to Hong Kong in 1987, she lived in the U.K. for 10 years where she worked with H.M. Inland Revenue department. She also worked as a kindergarten teacher in Saudi Arabia for 3 years. Aruna became an accredited Counsellor in 1991 with Marriage and Personal Counselling Service and has worked with ReSource the Counselling Centre ever since. Aruna offers counselling services in English and various Indian languages. She provides individual, couple and family therapy. Her areas of specialization are emotional and personal growth issues, marital issues, depression, fears, as well as family and sexual issues including rape.

Ida NG 吳朗珊 
M.A. ( Counselling )
Ida graduates from Ohio and further her psychological counselling professional in Australia and London. Ida has over 10 years clinical experiences in psychological and life enhancement cases, clients come from all over the world.  She has practiced in USA, UK, Singapore, Japan, Macao and Hong Kong. The scopes of service cover from therapeutic treatment and mindfulness into life purpose understanding, connect to higher self and spirituality counselling; Ida has well integrated science and art into her works and teaching.  She is fluent in both English and Cantonese.

    Amoy ONG 王玉梅

Amoy holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Canada where she has lived for 30+ years, working in mental health, hospital and community settings. She returned to Hong Kong 10 years ago to teach students in Counselling and Social Work at two local universities. With multi-migration experiences and born of mixed heritage to Chinese and Indonesian parents, Amoy fully understands the challenges related to relocation and resettlement as well as in being “different” than the “mainstream”. Amoy specializes in diversity and inter-cultural counselling (relocation/migration, intercultural relationship, identity and diversity), intersecting with issues related to mental health; trauma; attachment; loss and bereavement; homophobia and heterosexism, and aging. She adopts person-centred, somatic experiencing, and emotionally focused therapy in working with individuals and couples. Eclectically, Amoy also integrates positive psychological Intervention, existentialist psychotherapy, mindfulness, and feminist therapy. She is fluent in both Cantonese and English.

    Nanki SINGH
M.A. (Applied Psychology)
Nanki is a Full Member of the Singapore Psychological Society and has received her Master’s degree in Applied Psychology and Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Delhi, India. Before moving to Hong Kong, she lived in Singapore where she gained extensive experience in working with a diverse group of people including women faced with stress, emotional regulation difficulties & marital problems; people with mild intellectual disabilities and families of young adults. Prior to that, she has also worked in India as a Psychologist. Nanki provides counselling to individuals to help manage anxiety, stress, low self-esteem and work through difficulties in relationships. She values a collaborative therapeutic relationship and works to proactively build and strengthen emotional resilience. She is fluent in English, Hindi & Punjabi. 
    Angie TSE 謝紅虹
M.A. (Counselling)
Angela obtained her Master's in Counselling from Canada, and a Master's in Behavioural Health from the University of Hong Kong. She also holds a postgraduate diploma in Family Therapy, and a certificate in Child Psychology. Angela has been working in the counselling field for more than 10 years. She works with clients in the areas of depression, anxiety disorders, traumas, personal growth, family, and marital issues, adolescent issues, and grief and bereavement.

Angie N. C. YU 余雅姿
Ph.D.(c) (Clinical Psychology), M.S. (Clinical Psychology)
Angie is a Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology in the United States.  She received a Bachelor of Arts in both Psychology and Chinese from University of California, Davis, and a Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from Palo Alto University, United States.  She is trilingual in English, Cantonese, and Putonghua.  Being a Chinese American who was born in Hong Kong and grew up in the United States, her personal bi-cultural life experience allows her to connect with clients from different cultures.  Angie provides individual, couples, family, group psychotherapy through an integrative approach.  She worked at mental health clinic and hospital settings where she provided service to diverse populations.  She works with adult and elderly clients who deal with a wide range of issues: Depression, Anxiety, Stress Management, Relational/Martial Issues, Self-Harm, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and many other serious mental illnesses.  Angie also has experiences working with toddlers to young adults and their family members.  Some of her past experiences include in the Intellectual Disability, Integrated Health Specialty, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Specialty, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).  In addition, Angie facilitated mental health support groups and served as guest speaker for workshops and events.