Have you ever felt distressed, exhausted or even hopeless while encountering problems within yourself, at work or in a relationship? In recalling some of these problems, have you ever regretted the choices that you had/ hadn't made? Did that lingering unsettled feeling ever bother you?
Life could be hard! Maybe we cannot choose what to happen in our life but I believe happiness is a personal choice -- when you are ready to take on the challenge of reviewing and owning your life! Difficult issues often offer opportunities for insights and development of inner guidance and strength which will eventually bring growth, peace of mind and happiness.
If you are looking for an experienced psychologist who is caring and compassionate, to accompany you to take on this challenge, I am here for you.
I am a counseling psychologist and deliver initiatives on various aspects of mental health and psychotherapy to different demographics: children, students, corporate personnel, and community groups. Before deciding to pursue my calling in Psychology, I worked in the high-pressured commercial and financial sectors for more than 10 years.
If you wish to explore the possibility of living a different life or simply to understand more about your inner self, feel free to contact me for a free phone consultation. Then we can decide together where to go from there.
Paula Yeung Shuk Chu
Psychotherapy is a process focuses on awareness and growth of the inner self at a self-determined pace. My therapeutic approach emphasizes on revealing the past unresolved emotional issues on current health, functioning and relationships, and the aim is to alleviate tension in the psyche and ultimately, to foster personal growth and happiness. The length and duration of psychotherapy are dependent on individual needs of clients: some of them may target to remove their undesirable behaviors and improve o
verall functioning while others may want to change their personality so as to live better lives. Upon establishment of the therapy goal, I adopt a growth, rather than pathological perspective.
In my practice, I have worked with a wide range of clients encountering difficulties in life, at work and in relationships with the following clinical symptoms:
• Mood disorders, e.g. depression, anxiety disorder, bipolar disorders
• Personality disorders e.g. borderline personality disorder, paranoid personality disorder
• Schizophrenia disorder, Asperger
• Bereavement, grief & loss
• Social phobia, sexual addiction, transgender
Collaboration with other mental health professionals
Depending upon the severity and complexity of issues, some clients may need to consider the addition of medication or other disciplinary approaches to their treatment regime. I will be glad to discuss this with you and provide referrals of health professionals such as psychiatrists, nutritionists and occupational therapists with whom I work in shared treatment.