Master of Counselling Student, Monash University, HK.
Fee: HK$350 per 50mins.
Rebecca has degrees in Midwifery, as well as Biology and Psychology, acquired before moving to Hong Kong in 2014. Since arriving in Hong Kong, Rebecca has worked in private settings – both hospital and clinic – as a midwife and an educator.
Rebecca believes that as a counsellor it is essential to build a strong mutual relationship with her clients (based on trust) so that they feel safe and heard. As such, she believes that counselling should be an empathic and compassionate partnership where both work together in order to reach the client’s goals. There is an implicit understanding that a safe supportive environment must be cultivated so that she can allow her clients the freedom to explore their difficulties and be able to resolve them. Rebecca is passionate about mental health particularly mental wellness and supporting people to be able to find and achieve this.
As an approachable, supportive and welcoming person, and a confident communicator, Rebecca is ready to advocate for all; these skills are at the heart of the person-centred care that she offers. She aims to offer and provide a holistic, individual-based service that meets the specific needs of her clients.
Rebecca is a registered and qualified midwife in Hong Kong and the UK. This training has enabled her to be a confident, competent and skilled practitioner capable of working autonomously, independently and within a team.
Rebecca lives in Hong Kong on the Southside with her husband, two daughters and two cats. She enjoys reading, crocheting and knitting, swimming. Rebecca is currently attempting to learn to rollerblade.
Rebecca is available for Low-Cost Counselling (LCC) sessions in English.
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