Qualifications:

Master of Counselling, Monash University, Australia;

PgCert, Psychology and Neuroscience of Mental Health, King’s College London, UK;

LL.M., New York University, USA;

Juris Doctor (Distinction), City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong;

Solicitor, High Court of Hong Kong; Attorney-at-law, New York Courts;

Member, Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association;

Professional Member, Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association; Graduate Member, Hong Kong Society of Counselling and Psychology;

Member, Law Society of Hong Kong;

Member, American Bar Association

Areas of Specialties:
Personal emotional challenges
Emotional management
Major life adjustment
Marital or relationship improvement
Career development
Others

DICKIE MOK

Counsellor, working with corporates and individuals
Areas of Practice:
Employee assistance program (EAP), Face to face counselling, Telehealth, Critical Incident, Onsite Counselling, Training Presentations, Corporate training & development courses

Have you ever had a problem that once seemed insurmountable, but turned out to be manageable with a change of perspective? Or, have you ever become angry and resentful over something that turned out not to be what you believed? I work with clients to pursue positive change through the practice of awareness, mental flexibility and self-compassion. Clients develop an understanding of how their beliefs, thoughts and actions impact their life, with the goal of allowing them to let go of what prevents them from living and rich and fulfilling life.

I have worked with adults and adolescents on issues such as anxiety, depression, life and career transitions, hard decisions and issues of self-worth and belonging. I am also interested in working with neurodivergent individuals and their unique experiences.

Born in Canada and raised in Hong Kong, I have also lived in the United States and Japan. Prior to practicing as a counsellor, I enjoyed a fruitful and wide-ranging 15-year career in legal practice, university teaching and business. I believe that I bring an appreciation of the unique challenges in many cultures, workplaces and relationships, and I am able to approach each with appropriate sensitivity.

I am a member of the Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association and the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.