Service Details  
We assist clients to face life challenges by exploring their inner resources, grasping pertinent solutions, transforming psychological stress into motivation for growth.  
   
Service Features  
We provide quality professional counselling services through caring acceptance, and empathic listening, based on Christian faith and positive psychology.
 
   
Service Targets  
We provide psychological counselling, assessment and treatment to children, adolescents, adults, the elderly, couples and families.  
 
 
 
Clinical Psychologist  
Our clinical psychologist provides the following services :  
● Developmental Assessment to Children & Adolescents  
  Including Emotions, Behaviors, Intelligence, Psycho-social Developments, Learning Disabilities and Attention Functioning.  
● Psychological Assessment & Treatment for Different Age  
  Groups  
 
 
Psychological Counsellor  

Our counselling team helps clients to cope with the following issues :  
● Developmental Needs  
  Love relationships, pre-marital counselling, adaptation to marriage, growth in married life, adaptation in the role of parents, parenting, taking care of children with special needs, schooling and career choices, work stress, coping with retirement and etc.  
● Difficult Circumstances  
  Crises in life, relationship conflict and loss of significant others.  
● Psychological Distress  
  Anxiety, depression, panic and phobia, post-traumatic stress disorder, other emotional traumas and etc.  
 
Professional Team
 
  Member   Qualification   Area of Specialty  
             
  Ms. Chung Chi Mui, May
Clinical Psychologist
  Registered Clinical Psychologist, Hong Kong Psychological Society
Master of Social Sciences (Clinical Psychology) (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Master of Social Sciences (Counselling) (The University of Hong Kong)
Circle of Security® Parenting Program™ Certified Trainer
   Children, Youth and Adults
 Developmental Assessment to Children and
  Adolescents (Including Emotions, Behaviors,
  Intelligence, Psycho-social Developments, Learning
       Disabilities and Attention Functioning)
 Psychological Distress (Depressive Disorder,
  Anxiety Disorder (e.g. Panic Disorder with or
  without Agoraphobia, Specific Phobia, Obsessive
  Compulsive Disorder), Post-traumatic Stress
  Disorder, Eating Disorder as well as Adjustment
  Disorder and etc.
 Family, Parent-child Relationship, Children with
  Special Needs
 
             
 

Ms. Fok Suk Yee, Susie
Psychotherapist (Individual and Group)

 

Master of Christian Studies in Counselling (China Graduate School of Theology)
Analytic Group Psychotherapy Certificate (HKPC)
Bachelor of Arts (Sociology) (University of Manitoba, Canada)

 

 Personal Growth (In the context of Family,
  Marriage and Interpersonal Relationship)
 Psychological Distress (Depression, Anxiety,
  Bipolar Disorder, Insomnia, Psychosomatic
  Problem, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Grief
  and Loss)
 Love Relationship, Work Stress
 Caring Profession : Missionaries, Pastors, Teachers, 
  Medical Professionals
 Elderly, Care for the Carer
 Psychodynamic Group

 
 

Mrs. Julia Luk
Psychotherapist (Individual, Marriage and Family)

 

Master of Christian Studies in Counselling (China Graduate School of Theology)
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (University of Ottawa, Canada)
Bachelor of Social Sciences in Social Work (The University of Hong Kong)
Certificate in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (Chinese American Psychoanalytic Alliance) Advanced Level Graduate
Certificate in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (City University of Hong Kong)
Certificate in Somatic Experiencing® -Trauma Resolution (US)。Somatic Experiencing® Practitioner, Training Assistant, Personal Session Provider and Case Consultation Provider
Sandplay Therapy Training (International Society for Sandplay Therapy)
Associate Member and Sandplay Therapy Practitioner, Hong Kong Sandplay Therapy Association
Associate Member, Hong Kong Institute of Analytic Psychology
Associate Fellow, Certified Counsellor and Approved Counselling Supervisor, The Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association
T-JTA Personality Assessment Qualified Assessor

 

 Children, Youth
 Personal Growth (Childhood Developmental 
       Trauma)
 Psychological Distress (Depression, Anxiety,
  Bipolar Disorder, Insomnia, Psychosomatic
  Problem, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder,
  Complex Trauma, Sexual Trauma, Grief and Loss)
 Marriage and Family (Communication Difficulties,
  Extra-marital Affair, Separation, Divorce, Parenting,
  Adjustment over Family Life Cycle)
 Children with Special Needs
 Caring Profession : Missionaries, Pastors, Teachers, 
  Medical Professionals
 Counselling and Psychotherapy Clinical Supervision

 
 

Ms. Ching Shuk Yuen
Psychological Counsellor

 

Master of Christian Studies in Marriage and Family Counselling (China Graduate School of Theology)
Certificate in Pre-primary Education (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology (University of Nottingham, UK)
Bachelor of Social Work (Honors) (City University of Hong Kong)
Member of The International Centre For Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy

 

● Children and Youth, Personal Growth
● Marriage and Family (Communication Difficulties,
  Extra-marital Affair, Separation, Divorce, Parenting,
  Adjustment over Family Life Cycle)
● Psychological Distress (Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar
  Disorder, Insomnia, Psychosomatic Problem, Post-
  traumatic Stress Disorder, Grief and Loss)
● Children with Special Needs

 
             
 

Mrs. Liu Wong Po Shan, Kitty
Psychological Counsellor


 

Master of Christian Studies in Counselling (China Graduate School of Theology)
Bachelor of Business (Management and Marketing) (Monash University, Australia)
Emotion Focused Therapy Training (Emotion Focused Therapy Clinic, York University, Canada and The Hong Kong Catholic Marriage Advisory Council)
Sandplay Therapy Training (The Sandplay Institute, International Society for Sandplay Therapy)
Certified Counsellor and Member, The Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association
International Member, The Australian Counselling Association
Individual Member, International Society for Emotion Focused Therapy
Associate Member, Hong Kong Sandplay Therapy Association
T-JTA Personality Assessment Qualified Assessor

 

 Youth, Personal Growth
 Marriage and Family (Communication Deadlocks
  and Difficulties, Extramarital Affair, Separation or
  Divorce, Parenting, Adjustment over Family Stages,
  etc.)
 Psychological Distress (Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar
  Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Insomnia
  or Sleep Disturbance, Psychosomatic Illness,
  Emotional Disturbance and Trauma, Post-traumatic
  Stress Disorder, Grief and Bereavement, etc.)
 Love Relationship, Work Stress
 Caring Profession : Missionaries, Pastors, Teachers, 
  Medical Professionals
 Elderly, Care for the Carer

 
             
 
 
Seminars & Workshops  
We are willing to hold different psychological seminars and workshops for schools and organizations. Please feel free to contact us for any enquiries.  
   
   
   
   
 
 
Most Frequently Asked Questions
 
1 What is psychological counselling?
  Through the guidance of professional psychological counsellors, the counsellees are cared to understand their thoughts, feelings, beliefs and yearnings, so as to assist them to face life challenges by exploring their inner resources, grasping pertinent solutions and transforming psychological stress into motivation for growth.
   
2 What is the difference between psychological counselling and peer support?
  Psychological counselling is a profession. With rigorous training and clinical supervision, the counsellors treat the counsellees through professional listening and guidance. The counsellors abide strictly by the professional code of ethical conduct.
   
3 How many sessions are required?
  It varies from person to person. Professional psychological counsellors usually make use of 1-2 sessions to get an initial understanding of the needs and expectations of the counsellees, and then set up treatment goals with them. The process of psychological counselling is like an inner journey. The length of time required for the journey varies, depending on the needs and personal readiness of each individual.
   
4 Who needs psychological counselling?
  Anyone.
People in their lives do experience different stages of change, both physically and mentally. In the face of different challenges, sometimes you need to take a rest and at times you need to be healed; sometimes you need to give yourself a quiet time to listen to your inner voice and at other times you need to be actively listened to; when you are in a certain mood, you want to be understood and know more about yourself.
   
5 Are the psychological counselling contents kept confidential?
  Professional psychological counsellors adhere to professional confidentiality principles and are subject to Privacy Ordinances. Unless a counsellee has the intention to harm oneself or the others, the psychological counsellor will inform his or her significant others or the relevant medical staff for the safety of the counsellee.
   
6 Will psychological counsellors prescribe medication as treatment?
  Psychological counsellors will not prescribe medication. If necessary, they will refer the relevant counsellees to an appropriate medical doctor or psychiatrist for follow-up in order to achieve the best therapy result.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Evangel Hospital Psychological Assessment & Counselling Centre
G/F, 2 Sung Wong Toi Road, To Kwa Wan, Kowloon.
 
 
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