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Melissa Chim

Melissa Chim

Master of Counselling, Monash University, HK.

Fee: HK$1,150 per 50mins. 

Languages: English, Cantonese and Mandarin. 

Melissa is a Hong Kong and England and Wales qualified lawyer. She is also a mediator and has worked in the financial services industry before she joined a statutory body. Her time in the legal and finance sectors gives her insight into work-related issues, such as stress, anxiety, sleep disorders, burnout and depression. Melissa enjoys working with adults on professional development and, in particular, helping working women develop a healthy and balanced approach to career progression. Melissa believes in a person-centred approach to therapy, tailoring each session to the needs of each client. The aim is to work with clients to untangle issues that may be holding them back and to formulate a clear path towards achieving their goals.

Melissa has spent most of her life in Hong Kong and considers this home. She studied in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore and, having travelled extensively for work, Melissa is also familiar with issues that both children and adults face as a result of relocation. She is passionate about helping clients harness their own strengths to navigate major transitions.

Melissa is also an advocate for LGBTQ rights in Hong Kong and would love to offer a safe and confidential space to discuss any issues you may have.

Melissa is available for counselling services in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.

Find out more here.   If you have any questions, feel free to contact us here.

A free 20-minute intro consultation is available for new clients. Please email office@amindset.hk for more details.

Articles by Melissa:

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Packages must be used within 12 weeks of the first booking.

Dr. Nicolson Siu Yat Fan

Dr. Nicolson Siu Yat Fan

PhD in Neuropsychology, CUHK

Fee: HK$1,150 per 50mins. 

Languages:  Cantonese, Mandarin, and English.

Nicolson Siu is a neuropsychologist and lecturer at The Division of Social Science of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He has been working with children with special education needs for more than ten years.

Nicolson obtained his PhD. Degree in Neuropsychology at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is committed to exploring the relationship between the brain and behaviour with neurophysiological methods like electroencephalography (EEG) and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). He conducted intervention studies to support children with special educational needs (SEN). His dissertation focused on training the executive functions of children with an autism spectrum disorder. He received government funding to develop an empathy and compassion parenting curriculum in 2019. He also has consultancy experience for local NGOs on projects related to neurophysiological assessment and training for children with SEN.

Nicolson is also a Registered Horticultural Therapist (RHT). He gained good practical experience through engaging in different horticultural therapy programs. The role of RHT exposed Nicolson to different types of clients, from children, adolescents, parents, working adults, and to elderly.

Being a Master of Counselling student at Monash University, where Nicolson learns professional clinical techniques, he has gradually established himself as an empathetic and non-judgemental counsellor. Combining the knowledge, practical experience, and clinical techniques, Nicolson should be able to deliver a safe, respectful, and supportive environment to clients, explore their issues together and address them appropriately.

Nicolson offers counselling and neuropsychological assessment services in Cantonese, Mandarin, and English.

A free 20-minute intro consultation is available for new clients. Please email office@amindset.hk for more details.

HK$1,150 per 50 min session – (discounted packages of 4 are available via the link below)

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor of Social Science in Psychology, CUHK (2011)
  • PhD in Neuropsychology, CUHK (2015)
  • Graduate Member, The Hong Kong Psychological Society
  • Vice President and Research Committee Co-Chair, Hong Kong Association of Therapeutic Horticulture (HKATH)
  • Registered Horticultural Therapist (HKATH)
  • Master of Education in Counselling, Monash University (In Progress)

Find out more here.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact us here

Recent Interview from Prestige:

Dr Nicolson Siu on Healing Through Horticultural Therapy And The Benefits of Gardening

 

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Packages must be used within 12 weeks of the first booking.