Karen Wong

Karen Wong

Master of Counselling (Morling College)

Having lived overseas for half of my life and migrating to Australia as a young adult, I understand the challenges and rewards faced by migrants and overseas students. As a mother of two, these experiences enrich my work with individuals from different ages, cultures, backgrounds and stage of life. I was a social worker before working as a registered counsellor.

My belief on each person is valuable, unique, has their own way for seeing the world and experiencing it. Each person’s story and journey are different.

I provide healing through an Integrated and holistic approach that incorporates a variety of perspectives including Emotionally-Focussed Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Attachment Theory, Family Systems Theory. In my career as a counsellor, I am also experienced in working with a variety of issues including:

Migration/re-settlement, transcultural issues, communication, building better relationships, healthy boundaries, self-esteem, body image, life and work transitions, women’s issues, parenting, abortion, time management, stress management, grief and loss, anger management, anxiety, depression, childhood abuse, emotional crisis, separation, affair, trust, step family and family conflict issues.

I maintain the highest level of ethical conduct and professional standards as a counsellor by receiving on-going professional development trainings and regular clinical supervisions that meet CCAA requirements.

I can speak in English, Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese). If you would like any more information or wish to book a counselling session, please feel free to give me a call, text me or send me an email. A 15 mins free initial consultation is available, to discuss your needs and whether in person, phone or video session will be of benefit for you. My working hours are flexible, so please contact me to discuss availability and fee structure.


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