Master of Counselling, Monash University, HK.
Fee: HK$850 per 50mins.
Amanda is committed to helping clients navigate life’s difficult moments, from dealing with unplanned changes to developing everyday coping skills to strengthen their emotional well-being. Amanda works primarily with young adults and adolescents experiencing stress, anxiety and relationship issues, as well as those undergoing difficult life transitions.
An advocate of person-centred therapy, Amanda believes in an integrated approach to counselling and draws upon therapeutic techniques, including CBT, Acceptance Commitment Therapy and complementary mindfulness skills.
Born in England and raised in multicultural Hong Kong, Amanda is familiar with the challenges that can arise from cultural identities and contexts. A journalist by trade, Amanda has spent the last eight years working with people to uncover their stories, delving deep into their worlds and learning what matters most to them. She now applies these skills to help create a warm, open and trusting space for people to begin their counselling journeys.
Master of Counselling, Monash University, Australia
Gottman Method Couples Counselling (Level 1), USA
Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Psychwire, Australia
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Social and Health Care Professionals, The British Mindfulness Institute, UK
Mental Health First Aid, The Mental Health Association of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Amanda is available for Counselling Services in English.
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Packages must be used within 12 weeks of the first booking.