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I became interested in human’s mind since secondary school, after completing my undergraduate degree in Applied Psychology in China, I continued a further study in this field in UK, where I got my master degree in Psychoanalytic Developmental Psycholoy. In 2016 I complete my professional training as a counsellor at UEL, from where I started my counsellor career in supporting children and young people with their emotional wellbeing.  


Having worked for mental health support organisations such as Place2Be, Mind and London Young Counselling etc ,as well as my own private practice, I have helped both children and adults with a wide range of issues, including anxiety, stress, depression, peer relationship, bullying, challenging behaviour, abuse, loss, work related issues. Many individuals come with relationship problems, either during a relationship or when a significant relationship has ended. I have also counselled people who are having to manage major changes in their lives; changes that can affect their relationships, their careers and their sense of who they are. 

My approach

During years of study, I have been trained with various theories and models including person-centred, psychodynamic and CBT.  I apply an integrative approach in our work,this means a different type of therapeutic method for different issues or stages of our work to suit your best need.  During the years of practicing, I believe people are wonderfully complex, usually the difficulties and issues we experience are complex and intertwined, which cannot be worked with one particular psychological theory and orientation.

I practice both in English and Mandarin. I was born and grow up in China, have been living in the UK for 10 years. I am transcultural sensitive and understand how importantly and meaningfully it works both in our lives and our sessions.

Having the personal living experience with blend of two cultural and as the minority group,  I understand how important it is to recognise cultural diversities, and how intersectional experiences shape our view of ourselves and the world around us, in particularly, the challenges faced by people live in a foreign country.   I aim to provide an inclusive, safe space to discuss the mental health concerns that may rooted in cultural context, such as loss of identity, social isolation, discrimination, educational challenges, poor self image, family stress etc. 

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