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Navigating Adversity Counselling Service

Navigating Adversity Counselling Service

Background

We have been providing professional counselling services as early as the 1970s. In 2009, the Navigating Adversity Counselling Service was launched to provide professional counselling as well as preventive and educational service to Hong Kong residents in distress. Since April 2014, we have been receiving funding from the Hong Kong Community Chest to continue with the service.

Service Objective

We provide professional and in-depth personal and family counselling as well as groups and workshops to enhance service users’ resilience, to facilitate them to adjust their life patterns and to turn latent crises to positive growth opportunities.

Service Content 

Personal and Family Counselling

To provide counselling to those who feel troubled and seek help so that they can release their negative emotions, relieve their tense family relationship and find positive ways of coping.

We provide support in the following areas:

  • emotional management
  • stress management
  • adjustment to life changes
  • interpersonal relationship
  • dating and courtship
  • couple relationship
  • parenting
  • family relationship
  • in-law relationship
  • personal growth

Group and Workshop

To enhance individuals’ resilience and life skills to cope with difficulties.

We often organise personal growth and interpersonal relationship groups/workshops that apply theories and approaches like Satir Model, Emotion-Focused Therapy, Focusing and Mindfulness.

*Sharing of our service users (in Chinese only)

Service Target

Hong Kong residents and their family members

Service Application

Counselling Service: Please call our social worker for enquiry and registration. Referral from other agencies is also welcome.

Group and Workshop: Please come in person or mail the enrollment form and cheque to our office.

Service Termination

Counselling Service: Service will be terminated when the agreed counselling plan is completed or when the social worker has made appropriate referrals. Service user can also contact his/her responsible social worker for termination of service.

Group/Workshop: Service user can contact the responsible social worker.

Service Hours

Enquiry:Monday to Friday : 9:00 am - 1:00 pm & 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm 
Counselling Service: By appointment (for both daytime and evening service)
Group/Workshop: Depends on individual programme.

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