Megan Chang

Megan Chang

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Package of 4 Ind Sessions Package of 4 Couples Sessions

Master of Counselling, Monash University, HK.

Languages: English, Mandarin, or Cantonese. 

Megan is a CBT, DBT, ACT and person-centred therapy counsellor

I have been working with clients of all ages facing situations that significantly strain their mental and physical health. For clients who want to find purpose in their lives, need to make difficult decisions, suffer from emotional distress, or struggle with coping, my session is a safe space of unconditional support to work on any issues. Regardless of whether the matter may be related to external events like relationship conflicts or internal conditions such as depression, anxiety, grief, or self-esteem, together, we can not only move past the issue but move forward in a more positive direction through systematic and solution-focused processes.

My psychotherapy sessions use integrated evidence-based approaches such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), which are effective for a multitude of mental health concerns. I dedicated myself to supporting clients who struggled with their problems and difficult emotions by empowering them to find strength from within and solve their issues along with self-development. While respecting the client’s culture, background, religion, and values, I conduct psychotherapies via a person-centred approach based on the belief that everyone can find their way to live to the fullest.

I am originally from Taiwan but have lived in Hong Kong for 13 years. Having three children, I am familiar with the stress stemming from family development and different parenting dynamics. So I can relate to and provide ample support to clients in various life stages. I worked with primary students with special needs and aided them in their social-emotional development as well as learning in school. In addition, I’ve been working with local non-profit foundations in an effort to promote the significance of mental well-being and education for our community. In my leisure time, I enjoy yoga, exploring good food, and immersing myself in the great outdoors.

I have a Master’s degree in Counselling from Monash University, Australia, and am practising as a member of the Hong Kong Society of Counselling and Psychology (HKSCP) and a Member of the Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (HKPCA) in Hong Kong. I am currently undergoing the certification process for PESI Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Gottman Method Couples Therapy.

Megan can provide counselling services in English, Mandarin, or Cantonese. Please note your preference when booking.

  • A free 20-minute intro consultation is available for new clients. Please email megan.chang@amindset.hk for more details
  • Discounted packages of 4 are available via the links below


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Package of 4 Ind Sessions Package of 4 Couples Sessions

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

Read Megan’s Articles:


  • Member of Hong Kong Society of Counselling and Psychology (HKSCP)
  • Member of Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (HKPCA)
  • International Member of Australian Counselling Association (ACA)

Find out more here.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us here


Amanda Sheppard

Amanda Sheppard

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ONLINE ONLY Master of Counselling, Monash University, HK.

Languages: English.

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.

Professional Training

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.

Find out more here.

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

Articles by Amanda:

Mental Health While Working from Home

Spiralling: Breaking the cycle of “What Ifs”

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