“Out of your vulnerabilities will come your strength”
Psychotherapy is not for reminiscence
It is a preparation for a better future waiting to be manifested
All About Therapy
Dr. Amos CHEUNG is a seasoned Clinical Psychologist who obtained his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from The University of Hong Kong. Before establishing his practice, he worked as a clinical psychologist in the Hospital Authority and as a Research Assistant Professor at The University of Hong Kong.
Amos is specialized in working with the depressed and anxious across all age range, with families facing issues of death and bereavement, and the mental health issues specifically related to the geriatric population. He also has expertise in conducting neuropsychological assessment and forensic evaluation.
Under normal circumstances, we can psychologically adjust ourselves. Yet, if the psychological disturbance persists, then we may need to seek professional assistance. Clinical psychological services are very helpful to those suffering from emotional distress.
During psychotherapy, our emotions, thoughts, and experiences are very carefully and collaborative reviewed. With the awareness and insights this process brings, we can maintain our mental health that not only helps to enhance our abilities to deal with daily hassles, but also effectively increases our resilience to stress, and more importantly, it can help resolve crises and difficulties in life. When you feel that the development of things has begun to exceed the range that you can bear or control, you should actively seek help from clinical psychology services.
Clinical Psychology Services
You don’t need to be "ill" to receive psychological services
People may misunderstand that seeking psychotherapy is only for the weak and mentally ill. In fact, all people who wish to better understand themselves and for personal development can also benefit from the process of psychotherapy. Moreover, meeting a psychotherapist is not a manifestation of personal weakness. On the contrary, it means that you are a person who knows how to take care of yourself and actively maintains physical and mental health. The sooner you seek the assistance of psychological counselling, the sooner you can get your life back on track and reduce the negative impact on yourself and the people around you.
The following are common signs of emotional disturbance:
Deteriorating sleep quality, difficulty falling asleep, nightmares, etc.
Noticeable changes in appetite
Feeling difficulties in regulating your own emotions or experiencing significant emotional fluctuation
Suffer long-term emotional distress
Noticeable drop in efficiency and performance at work or at school
Feeling strenuous and difficult when establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships
Experiencing traumatic event or suffering from an indelible trauma
Inability to feel happy
Relying on alcohol or sex to deal with one's own stress
Wanting to make a breakthrough in life, but don’t know where to start