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Katrine Cheng

Master of Counselling (Australia)
Certificate in Psychology and Mental Health (United Kingdom)

Certificate in Family Therapy
Certificate in Gottman Method Couples Therapy – Level 3
Certificate in Emotionally Focused Therapy: Attachment Science in Practice for individuals, couples & families

Certified Prepare/Enrich Facilitator (Premarital Counselling)
Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association: Canadian Certified Counsellor
Psychotherapy & Counselling Federation of Australia, College of Counselling & College of Relationship Counsellors: Registered Clinical Counsellor
American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists: Professional Member
Asian Academy of Family Therapy: Full Member

Katrine is a Counsellor for St John’s Cathedral Counselling Service in Hong Kong. She has also been working with corporates in providing training in managing mental health in the workplace. Prior to completing her post-graduation, she had been studying in United Kingdom and worked for different multinational corporations in corporate wellness and people development in Hong Kong. 

Katrine is passionate about working with adolescents and adults (both individuals and couples). She uses a humanistic and experiential approach, as well as mindfulness and cognitive-based disciplines to offer mental health counselling for individuals; utilises research-based assessments and interventions, as well as attachment science to help couples strengthen their relationships and marriages.

She provides pre-marital and relationship counselling. Helping committed couples to gain understanding of their relationship dynamics, strength and growth areas; helping couples in treating affairs and trauma; helping couples in recovery from alcohol, drugs and/or behavioral addictions; facilitating couples to cope with issues that arise in healthy ways; fostering resilience and enriching their relationships.

She is also experienced in helping individuals with attachment issues, family conflicts, relationship issues, life transitions, stress, procrastination, perfectionism behaviours, low self-esteem, sleeping problems, depression, anger management issues, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, social anxiety and phobias, management roles readiness, workplace relationships, people skills, grief and loss, trauma.

She seeks to meet her clients with unconditional positive regard to join them at where they are in a genuine, supportive and nonjudgmental way on their path to healing. She holds and soothes them with relentless empathy in a secure-base therapeutic alliance where clients can feel comfortable to take risks with her as their companion to face their vulnerabilities together. She helps them to see the processes in which they are caught in with their emotions and with other people; reorganise their inner world that makes sense of their lives; find their emotional balance and redirect those processes into new directions. 

Katrine conducts therapies in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.