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Marianne B(She/Her)

  • BPS - Registered membership (graduate): 500804

  • BACP (applied - pending) - as: registered member 

  • HCPC (applied - pending) - as: psychotherapist 

 English and German Counselling available

The University of Oxford 

– DPhil (Doctorate) in Experimental Psychology (Currently Studying)

Columbia University

– MA Clinical Psychology

Freie Universität Berlin

– B.Sc. Psychology

As an LGBTIQ+ individual and counselor, I am mainly using systemic therapy and existential therapy (e.g. Logotherapy). I believe that a fundamental understanding of a person's context, social and interpersonal connections, as well as their individual development, are tantamount to psychological, emotional well-being, to finding a true sense of identity and self. 


In the therapy sessions, we can explore how psychological strain and suffering in the present moment might be connected to your social surrounding, your interpersonal relationships or habits and patterns that did have some function in the past but might not be applicable anymore in the present moment. 


For course, sometimes an evaluation of thought patterns or emotion regulation strategies might be needed too! Thus, I typically offer a combination of more holistic approaches and some good-old CBT based techniques. 


I have worked with LGBTIQ+ youth and adults in the past and I also particularly enjoy working with couples. 




M Fok

Trilingual, UK, Australia and HK Registered Counsellor


Monash University (Group of Eight)

– Master of Counselling

– Graduate Diploma of Counselling

Deakin University

– Bachelor of Applied Science (Psychology)

As LGBTQ+ & Non-Binary specialist therapist with a BAME and LGBTQIA background, I specialize in LGBTQIA+ focused counselling and gender transitioning counseling. I have worked with clients who struggle with emotional difficulties, traumatic experiences, depression, and stress, often caused by their unique identity in society, including those with different identities, sexual orientations, and racial backgrounds.

I believe my role here is not to aim to fix things or help you feel "normal". Instead, I strive to work alongside you to discover a path that is uniquely yours, empowering you to be yourself and find happiness.

From a young age, I knew I wanted to help people and make a difference in their lives, which led me to study psychological science and counseling and eventually become a full-time therapist. As a member of the LGBTQIA and BAME community, I understand the challenges and difficulties that come with being unique and different, and how they can impact you, your life, and potentially your family. However, I firmly believe that with the proper support and being heard and understood is the first step to overcoming these challenges and making positive changes in life that align with your expectations.

English and Cantonese Counselling available.




Tanky T

Trilingual ACA (Australia) & APCPA (Hong Kong) Registered Counsellor

Cantonese and Mandarin counselling only

Chinese Culture University
-    Master of Counseling Psychology
Deakin University
-    Bachelor of Applied Science (Psychology)

I am a counselor raised and trained in some complex cultural contexts. From the initial training framework of psychodynamic orientation, I learned that individual pain comes from within; under the guidance of a feminist supervisor, I understand that individual pain is inseparable from the adaptability of social systems, especially culture and situation Conflict between veins; In studying and working in cognitive behavioral therapy, I learned that change is not as difficult as you think, as long as you are willing.

我是一名在一些複雜的文化背景下成長和受訓的輔導員。從最初心理動力取向的訓練框架,我了解到個體的痛苦來自內在; 在一個女性主義導督的指導下,我明白到個體的痛苦與社會制度的適應性是無法分開的,尤其是文化與情景脈絡之間的衝突; 在認知行為治療的學習和工作中,我了解到改變並不像你想像的那麼困難,只要你願意的話。




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Ayuko H(She/Her)

  • BPS - Registered member 

  • Social Work England & Social Worker Registration Board (HK) - Registered Social Worker

 English and Cantonese Counselling available



Whitney Y

Experienced Counselling Psychologist supporting adults and parents through life transitions and parenthood while drawing on relationship styles for deeper understanding and meaningful change.

Reg Psychol (Coun Psy, HKPS) MSocSc CounPsy, BSocSc Psy

Areas of expertise

  • Early childhood trauma and attachment

  • Pregnancy, postnatal care and supporting parents

  • Adjusting to life transitions

  • Trauma, stress, anxiety and shame

  • Grief and loss

  • Challenges encountered in important life events

  • Children’s behavioural and emotional problems


Hong Kong Shue Yan University

– Master of Social Sciences in Counselling Psychology

– Bachelor of Social Sciences in Counselling and Psychology

Are you going through a major life change, preparing for parenthood, or adapting to a new country? Meet Whitney Y, a registered counselling psychologist with a passion for guiding adults and parents through these transformative experiences. With first-hand knowledge of immigration and new motherhood, Whitney offers compassionate psychotherapy, drawing on relationship styles to help you make sense of your journey, heal past wounds, and create a fulfilling future. She specializes in play therapy for children, ensuring emotional exploration at a young age. Let Whitney be your ally in embracing change, fostering courage, and finding your path to contentment.


University College London

– Master's degree in Child and Adolescent Mental Health

London South Bank University

– MSc Psychology 

University of Hong Kong

– Bachelor of Social Work

My strong passion in promoting well-being and mental health has developed since young. In retrospect, I think my own difficult upbringing and subsequent mental health difficulties during adolescence has aspired me to become a wounded healer. With my heart to support people being tormented by mental health issues, I pursued professional trainings in social work, psychology and mental health in Hong Kong and the UK. I hope to use my professional knowledge and personal experience to support others so that they can live a happy and fulfilling life.

Being relocated to the UK myself, I’m also interested in working with Hong Kong people who have moved to the UK and experience adjustment difficulties. I hope to support them in managing stress and building their new happy lives here.


I am particularly interested in working with children, adolescents and young adults who are from multi-cultural backgrounds. As a school social worker and university counsellor in my previous job roles, I have worked with many adolescents and young adults who experience a wide range of developmental and mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety, relationship issues, low self-esteem, and emotion regulation.


Depending on the problem nature and client characteristics, I use different psychological modalities, including Psychodynamic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy and Mindfulness.

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