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Liz McCaughey

Liz McCaughey

Liz specialises in Depression, Anxiety & Stress Management, Couples Therapy, Mindfulness, Crisis Intervention, Parenting and Eating Disorders. In her practise she utilises evidence-based treatment and psychodynamic therapy as well as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Solution-focused Therapy (SFT), Mindfulness techniques and Gottman Couples therapy.

Liz specialises in bridging the gap between psychology & counselling, spirituality and human potential. Using her counselling training, life experience and spiritual knowledge, she weaves modern science with ancient spiritual text to bring about actionable solutions and lasting change. Her counselling focuses on an outcomes-based approach placing the emphasis on the client’s desired outcomes from the therapy sessions

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Cecilia Yu Yi-Ju

Cecilia Yu Yi-Ju

Master of Counselling Student, Monash University, Hong Kong

Cecilia is originally from Taiwan and completed her undergraduate degree in the United States. After working in California, she moved to Hong Kong in 2003. She is now the mother of two children, one of whom has learning difficulties. Partly because of this, Cecilia has developed an interest in child development and counselling. Cecilia has experience working with children with learning difficulties and behavioural needs. She believes children or adults should have a place where they can feel safe to work through the difficulties in their lives. Cecilia’s goal is to help children reach their maximum potential and to help families move towards healthier relationships. Cecilia is passionate about providing psychological support for diverse individuals and groups to rebalance their lives towards healthy change. This will involve exploring thoughts, feelings and behaviours, and taking action to achieve positive outcomes.

Gottman Method Couples Therapy Training – Level 2 Certified

Cecilia can provide counselling services in English, Mandarin and Cantonese

Cecilia is available for Mutual Benefit Therapy Practice (MBTP) sessions. Find out more here.

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Cindy Yip

Cindy Yip

Master of Counselling Student, Monash University, Hong Kong

Cindy was born and raised in Hong Kong. As part of her undergraduate degree, she had the opportunity to study in France, Finland and China. Having spent time in several countries, she’s learned about different cultures and value systems and has thus gone through personal culture-related conflicts. This has led her to a process of self-discovery, in which she’s come to understand that no one can be limited or defined by any singular set of values, as human beings are beautifully complex individuals with unique formative experiences. Her belief in such is the reason why she’s dedicated her life to helping others find their true selves. She’s passionate about becoming someone people can turn to and engage with for these difficult, yet ultimately rewarding, journeys of personal resolution. This is especially true for people she cares for, including her clients.

She has over 10 years of experience working with children and adolescents, particularly SEN students with learning difficulties, physical disabilities and behavioural problems, through her role as a Sunday school teacher and youth group leader in church, personal growth coach in Hong Kong public schools and HKJC Youth centres. She has also expanded her coverage to family and elderly sectors during her clinical placements at an NGO for homeless people, a children’s learning centre, and an elderly care centre. Having attained such practical work experience, she is ever more convinced about the potential to change in every type of person.

Cindy is currently finishing her Masters of Counselling to round out her experience working with individuals dealing with relationship problems, loneliness, depression and general stress.

She is certified in the advanced level of Affective Disorders, Behavioural Problems and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy by the Institute of Psychological Health of Hong Kong.

Cindy speaks three languages fluently – Cantonese, Mandarin and English, as well as basic Korean. Having spent the last 13 years as a Christian, she is very open to sharing her amazing experiences with God and knowledge about Christian values in the context of counselling for clients, if they would like to learn more.

Cindy is available for Mutual Benefit Therapy Practice (MBTP) sessions. Find out more here.

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Emma Cameron

Emma Cameron

Master of Counselling Student, Monash University, Hong Kong

Having had the privilege of growing young minds as an educator for over 20 years, I passionately believe that wellbeing is the foundation of learning and achieving your full potential. Applying Lea Waters visible wellbeing principles of strengths-based strategies in the classroom in addition to supporting students and their parents with a variety of learning differences, stress, anxiety, depression and other issues have given me experience on which to base my counselling practice.

I bring my values of kindness, gratitude, acceptance and authenticity to our relationship to build a working alliance with you based on trust, respect and collaboration. Approaches are drawn from cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and mindfulness-based therapies to help you address the root causes of your problems, find solutions to achieve your goals and live your best life.

Emma is available for Mutual Benefit Therapy Practice (MBTP) sessions. Find out more here.

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Liz Case

Liz Case

Master of Counselling Student, Monash University, Hong Kong

After graduating in the 1980s, in 1990 Liz left the UK for Hong Kong, hoping for a career start and new adventure. Thirty years later, having worked on the radio, and producing three children, Liz is happy to be back in Hong Kong after seven years living in Indonesia and India.

Liz also returns with a new understanding of mental health issues and life challenges, and a determination to proactively and constructively help clients feel they do not have to cope alone; that there are positive and beneficial steps that can be taken together to improve mental wellbeing. Liz is committed to this new career path in counselling and brings a deep enthusiasm as well as a rich and varied life experience to assist her clients on their journey to wellbeing.

Liz has a developing interest in couple and family therapy, as well as helping individuals.

Gottman Method Couples Therapy Training – Level 2 Certified

Liz is available for Mutual Benefit Therapy Practice (MBTP) sessions. Find out more here.

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