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CF CHAN 陳熾輝

MSocSc (Counselling), MSc, MBA

CF is a professional counsellor, coach and trainer in private practice. He is a Member of Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (MHKPCA), Registered Member of British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP), and Registered Corporate Coach (RCC, Worldwide Association of Business Coaches). He also works as a part-time teacher for counselling courses at HKU SPACE.

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He has been providing individual, family and couple counselling to help clients enhance their overall well-beings and capabilities for better coping with the difficulties and resolving the problems they face with. He also targets at fostering clients’ personal growth, instilling and sustaining hope. He more often works on emotional distress, mental health issues, addictions, bereavement cases and adolescent problem behaviours which include works on suicide intervention. He adopts various intervention approaches and theories, like Cognitive behavioural therapy, Emotional focused therapy, Bowen family systems theory and Motivational interviewing. With his over 30 years of experience in business and project management, CF has also been offering coaching service for more than 10 years to mainly help clients in personal growth, self-awareness enhancement and career development. He is also actively participating in conducting training workshops on holistic wellness, communication strategies and counselling skills for various NGOs, private enterprises and government departments.

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Peggy CHAN 陳詩韻

M. (Expressive Arts Therapy), BA (Hons) Psychology

Peggy is a Registered Arts Therapist (Expressive Arts) under Australian, New Zealand and Asian Creative Arts Therapy Association (ANZACATA). She completed Master's Degree in Expressive Arts Therapy and Bachelor's Degree in Social Sciences majoring in Psychology at The University of Hong Kong. She is experienced in channelling emotions with multiple arts forms such as music, visual arts, drama, dance and movement and creative writing.

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By transforming the creative energy to connect with the inner self, she facilitates the process of understanding unconsiousnes, bringing insights and perspectives and empowering self, under a non-judgemental and person-centred environment. She works with diverse population, primarily with children and teenagers with special education needs or behavioral problem, individuals with or recovered from mental illness, experience emotional disturbance, such as depressed mood, anxiety, stress, or with interpersonal relationship issue, etc.

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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 consulting 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.

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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 problems.

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Jacqueline HO 何沅芝

MSocSc (Psychology), ‎MSocSc (Counselling)

Jacqueline has 10 years of experience in psychological counselling and education. After graduating from the University of Hong Kong, she has been working as a counselling psychologist at different NGOs, schools (both primary and secondary) and research centre. She also served as a university lecturer at School of Continuing and Professional Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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With multiple professional qualifications as being a well member of The Hong Kong Psychological Society & Association for Play therapy (U.S.), Jacqueline is good at dealing with various types of issues in psychological counselling, including emotional distress, stress, anxiety, grief, child developments & behaviors, parenting, couple or family relationship and other personal problems. She also conducts various student talk and parents workshop and provides training to professionals, teachers, and schools. Jacqueline started mindfulness practice in 2012, and often held mindfulness training courses for schools, institutions, professionals, teachers, parents and children, and the participants responded enthusiastically and positively.

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Joanne Kim

LMFT (MFC 47962, CA, USA), MS (Marital and Family Therapy), BA (Child Development and Family Studies)

Joanne is an actively licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 20 years of experience in counselling. She grew up in multicultural California until moving to Hong Kong in 2011. Joanne's counselling vision is that of empowering clients to reconnect with their inner voice & follow their own resonance & always love themselves more. She integrates CBT, positive psychology, mindfulness, & a holistic wellbeing model in her approach.

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She is able to work with those in different stages of life from adolescence (e.g. self-identity, self-worth, relationship to body, issues with parents or peers or society) to early adulthood (e.g. life purpose, partner relationships, family life with children) to midlife (e.g. personal & family transitions, loss & death of loved ones, life review). She is able to help address individual issues (e.g. challenges in relationships, traumas, losses, existential crisis, spiritual crisis, inner child healing, self-love, examining one's own programming) as well as couples issues (e.g. cross-cultural differences, infidelity, newly married, growing apart, decoupling, coparenting). She is comfortable in addressing common symptoms and phenomena (e.g. anxiety, depression, anger, fears) as well as supernatural experiences & phenomena (e.g. near death experiences, spirit world experiences, multidimensional experiences, spiritual awakening experiences, dark night of the soul experiences). Joanne sees life as a journey of self-discovery & honours each individual's unique set of experiences. Joanne offers online counselling services in English or Korean.

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Oxana KUZMINA

MSocSc (Counselling Psychology), MSocSc (Applied Psychology)

Oxana holds a Master's Degree in Social Science in Applied Psychology from the City University of Hong Kong and a Master's Degree in Counseling from The University of Hong Kong. Oxana integrates Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Person-Centered Approach in her practice to help people to understand themselves better and to find answers to questions like: "What is the most important for me?", "What can make me feel fulfilled?", "Where do I want to go next?"

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Furthermore, clients can learn to deal with intense negative emotions and adopt new behaviors to act more effectively. She has years of experience as a personal coach and a Counselor. Her areas of specialization are anxiety, panic attacks, depression, low self-esteem, partner/marriage issues, problems with a career. She is fluent in English, Russian and Mandarin.

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Florence LIU 雷廖蕙儀女士

HKPCA,C.C.C., MAPC, BPharm

Florence is passionate in her therapy work with individuals, couples and families. Florence’s approach is to discover client’s dominant emotions and recognize each client’s life journey, identifying key events and traumas. Florence developed a self-care acronym “TMACK”, involving mindfulness and self-acceptance / compassion practices to help clients reduce stress and anxiety and regain calmness. Florence integrates Emotional Regulation Techniques & Cognitive Behavior Therapy with her practice to help clients develop a new and more adaptive emotional coping and thinking style. Furthermore, clients find Florence’s use of assertiveness and communication skills training valuable in their career, personal development and relationship issues.

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Having three adult children of her own, Florence is a big proponent of the “power of families”. She has trained with Asian Academy of Family Therapy to use an ‘Interpersonal Dynamic‘ approach to work with couples and families in marriage and families issues. She regularly conducts parenting workshops: “Positive Parenting” to empower mothers, couples, parent groups, non-profit organizations and school in this area. Florence has a multi-cultural prospective gained from her education in London, UK, work in China (healthcare industry) and life living in Canada. She received certification in Master of Arts in Professional Counseling (USA), Family Therapy (Advanced Certificate, Asia Academy of Family Therapy) and is a Canadian Certified Counselor. Her clients have a wide range of backgrounds from expatriates, Hong Kongers to Mainland Chinese. Florence offers face-to-face and online counseling services in English, Cantonese or Putonghua.

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Aruna MUCHHAL

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 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.

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Aruna became an accredited Counsellor in 1991 with Marriage & 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.

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Kitty NG 吳琳琪

MSocSc (Counselling), BA (Counselling and Psychology)

Kitty is well trained in psychological based counselling. She holds a Master of Counselling from the University of Hong Kong, and Bachelor of Counselling and Psychology from the Shue Yan University.

She has received extensive training in Emotionally Focused therapy, Body-Mind Integrative approaches, Dyadic Development Psychotherapy, Play therapy etc. She integrates person-centred approach in her practice to prompt self-awareness, self-acceptance/compassion; enhance capacity of emotional regulation; and reconnect individual’s inner resources to achieve healthy well-being under a non-judgemental and validating environment.

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With more than 10 years experiences working in different NGO setting, Kitty is good at dealing with various types of psychological issues such as mental distress, relational distress, trauma, parenting, personal growth etc. Kitty is also a Certified Foundation Theraplay Practitioner. She is experienced in facilitating parent-child relationship and guiding parents to adopt more appropriate parenting to meet children’s underlying psychological needs.

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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.

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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.

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Eddy To 杜民匯

M. SocSc. (Counselling)

Eddy is a passionate and professional psychological counsellor who holds a Master of Counselling degree from the University of Hong Kong and has received extensive training in Emotion Focused Therapy, Family Therapies, Satir Growth Model, Motivation Interviewing, General Mediation etc. He flexibly adopts various therapeutic approaches to meet clients’ needs, support them emotionally and explore their strengths and resources.

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He applies Mindfulness to enhance clients’ self-awareness and cultivate a non-judgemental attitude and self-compassion in them. Being a musician, he regularly runs mindfulness workshops that incorporate music and arts at schools, NGOs and elderly centres to promote mental health. He serves clients from all walks of life struggling with issues such as relationships, mental disorders, trauma, sexuality, parenting and work stress. As a certified Prepare/Enrich Assessment facilitator, he provides pre-marital assessment and couple counselling on conflicts, extramarital affairs, divorce, sex, etc. Eddy offers face-to-face and online counselling services in Cantonese, English and Mandarin.

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Angie TSE  謝紅虹

M.A.  ( Counselling )

Angie 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. Angie has been working in the counselling field for more than 10 years.

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Angie works with clients in the areas of depression, anxiety disorders, traumas, personal growth, family, and marital issues, adolescent issues, and grief and bereavement.

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Maria Tsoi 蔡思潔

M.A. in Social Work (Family-centered practice and family therapy), Registered Social Worker

Maria prefers an integrative approach to counselling, going along at the client's side, and at the client's pace. Maria believes every person in any stage of life has an ability to change for growth, a counsellor is to join hands with our clients to uncover their own resources and mobilize their own strength. She would explore with clients their perceived problems and agree with them relevant change strategies. Maria is a Certified Marriage and Family Therapist of the Hong Kong Marriage and Family Association, and a registered social worker in Hong Kong. She holds a Master of Art in Social Work (Family-centered practice and family therapy) degree and a diploma in Social Work from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

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Other than a formal training in family therapy, including Bowen theory, structural family approach, marital counselling, etc. that offers a relational lens in assessing a problem, Maria has also received training in Emotion Focused Therapy, child-centred play therapy, neuroscience-related knowledge and skills, etc. Before diving in as a full time social worker and counsellor, Maria has worked in the corporate field as a Brand Marketing Communications professional for Asia Pacific for 20 years. She also holds a Bachelor degree of Communications (Film) in Hong Kong Baptist University. Maria offers face-to-face and online counselling services in Cantonese, English and Mandarin.

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Hassna Faiz

MPhil in Clinical Psychology (SL) ; BSc in Psychology and Counselling (SL)

Hassna holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka. She is trained in practicing CBT while she adopts an eclectic method and a Person-Centered approach to help individuals through their unique and individual problems. Hassna focuses on creating a non-judgemental and validating space for individuals to assist them through their issues, recognize their values, foster resilience and most importantly; help them get in touch with their emotions, their bodies and their authentic self. Her areas of interest include, but not limited to, mood and anxiety issues, loss and grief, adjustment issues and personal growth.

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Hassna is a member of Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (MHKPCA) and a Certified Grief Educator trained under expert in grief, David Kessler, USA 2022. She is currently under training in Compassionate Inquiry by Dr. Gabor Mate (Canada, 2022)- a trauma-informed psychotherapeutic approach to bring compassion, insight, healing and respect to individuals.

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Rachel Wong

MA (Professional Counselling)

Rachel graduated with a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from the Olivet Nazarene University in the United States, teaching Focusing, interpersonal relationships, communication skills and personal growth to people of all walks of life. Thanks to her many years of counseling experience, she is able to help people to understand and manage their emotions and comprehend their inner self through group therapy.

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During her years of volunteering, she learned how counseling can help people in various ways, including depression, anxiety, parenting issues, drug abuse and marital difficulties. This motivates her to thrive for her passion to help people in need. Moreover, her extensive background in the corporate field helped her understand the needs of different types of people, going from children to adults and elderly, regardless of their background. Rachel also intensively studied Somatic Experiencing®, Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT) and Children Focusing. These courses also contributed to her understanding of the needs and core issues of different people.

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Suzy WRIGHT

Grad.Dip. (Counselling and Human Services), BA(Hons) Psychology

Suzy has an integrative approach to therapy that is primarily strengths-based and person-centred. Where appropriate she draws from her training in approaches such as solution-focused therapy, emotion focused therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). She endeavours to create a safe, non-judgemental space and works collaboratively with each client to navigate their thoughts and feelings at a pace that is right for them. She encourages the development of self-awareness, insight, and greater sense of agency in each person she works with.

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She treats individual clients dealing with a wide range of issues including: anxiety, grief and loss, stress management, interpersonal and relationship problems, and life transitions. Suzy was born in the UK but grew up in Hong Kong, later completing her postgraduate counselling training in Melbourne, Australia. She has worked in the counselling and social service field for 20 years and is passionate about making counselling services accessible to people from all walks of life. In Hong Kong she worked for 10 years with an NGO in Hong Kong providing support to asylum seekers and refugees. As well as her extensive frontline counselling work with this vulnerable group, she has provided management, training and supervision for multiple teams of counsellors and social workers under the program. Suzy joined ReSource in 2019. She works with adults and in English, and offers both face-to-face and online sessions.

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