Family Dynamics was originally founded by a group of marriage and family therapists who graduated from the HKU Family Institute. Our team includes well-trained and experienced professionals of various fields, such as counseling, education, medical professions and arts. We hope to provide effective therapy to individuals, couples and families from all walks of live. We also provide talks, workshops and courses to schools and organizations. We devoted ourselves to promote family harmony, happy marriage and mental wellbeing in the society. We have pediatrician and university clinical supervisor as our consultants. We ensure to provide you with high quality services in assessment and therapy.
We also hold different types of family education and mental health lectures for the public and provide consultant training and clinical supervision services for different groups and institutions.
Everyone deserves a healthy and happy life and a happy relationship.
The family can be a good cornerstone for the healthy development of each person’s body, mind, society, and spirit.
Individuals and families evolve into positive interactions.
Logo designer Ryan Ma
When Rachel first pitched the name of the company to me, she specifically suggested to use gears as part of the logo, something to symbolize the inner workings of a family. I took inspiration from her suggestions and the word “dynamics” from our name. I wanted to explore something more fluid, like the interpersonal relationships between family members, with flux, tension and ambiguity. So i decided to explore using 3 distinctly different brush strokes – a straight line, a circle, and a dot.
These brush strokes also hint at the Chinese family traditions that is so often both a blessing and a curse in any typical Hong Kong family. They are a reminder that we should be cognizant of the culture and environment we’ve been brought up with, and to be mindful of how we pass those on to the next generation.
Lastly, I intentionally paired a secondary color, green, orange, and purple, with each stroke. The ability to talk about one’s emotions, as opposed to simply expressing one’s feelings, is a learned skill that derives from practicing. Like how secondary colors can only emerge by mixing the vibrant but sometimes overwhelming primary colors. These colors also represent the promise of a productive counselling session, one that inspires healing (purple), growth (green) and optimism (orange).