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I am an integrative counsellor. The approaches I adopt cater for the needs of my clients according to their age, issues, personality and background. My specialisations are in anxiety, depression and multicultural issues.


I have worked as a counsellor in different settings: hospital, school, University of Cambridge, and charities. Currently, I work in University of Cambridge and as  a private practitioner. My clients range from young adults (age 18 and above) to the elderly, and come from all walks of life.

My passion in the counselling profession is to support my clients and to help them look into their personal issues. My hope is for my clients to develop some insights that will enable them to go through difficult times in life, and eventually and hopefully, come out in a better place. 


As counselling can be a useful yet daunting experience, my priority is always to provide a calm, peaceful, and non-judgemental environment for my clients to voice out and for me to listen to their emotional issues. I am friendly and approachable, compassionate and empathic. 

I am married, I am a mother and I am a Christian.  I am also a linguist fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin and have a diploma in French. 


I am an Accredited Member of the BACP, and adhere to its Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling & Psychotherapy.


I have a genuine interest in people.  In my previous careers, I have worked with lawyers, bankers, consultants, social workers and teachers.  This helped me realise that my interest in and skills with people come naturally to me.  My interest in psychology and languages also helps me understand people and interpret their thoughts and feelings better.  All these have motivated me to get into counselling - a career that provides a channel for people to understand more about themselves and their issues, and to make changes in their lives when they are ready.  

I am a Chinese woman who has been married to an Englishman for over 20 years.  My marriage as well as my encounter with clients from different cultural background has broadened my horizon as a counsellor and enhanced my interest in multicultural counselling.  And, my personal multicultural background also reinforces my notion that whoever we are and wherever we come from, we are individuals in our own right.  With this notion in mind, I want to use my experience, knowledge and expertise in counselling to benefit people who might share a similar background.

  • Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Law 

  • M.A. in Language and Law

  • B.A. in English Language and Literature

  • Diploma in French

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  • Anxiety, depression and stress

  • Health-related issues, e.g. cancer, end-of-life, long term conditions, existential issues

  • Cross Cultural issues e.g. adjustment and identity issues

  • Christian counselling

  • University students counselling

“Therapy should not be theory driven but relationship driven. ”

Irvin Yalom

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