Ms Yuen is a individual, marriage and family therapist who believes that healthy personal growth depends on a stable and safe family environment. She assists parents in dealing with child discipline issues, builds bridges between generations, and promotes the reconstruction of relationships between parents and children.
She has also helped teachers understand the developmental process and needs of children. She has provided family therapy for adolescents with emotional distress and behavioural problems such as internet addiction, eating disorder, social anxiety, refusal to attend school, suicidal ideation or suicide attempts. She also provides premarital counselling and marital therapy to assist couples in dealing with the impact of marital breakdown such as domestic violence, sexual abuse, divorce, extramarital affairs, dispute over child custody.
She also focuses on dealing with personal emotional issues such as insomnia, depression, anxiety, work stress, interpersonal communication, obsessive-compulsive disorder, low self-esteem, etc.
Ms Yuen is also a bereavement counsellor who provides grief counselling to families and individuals, from children to the elderly. She assists the bereaved in facing grief emotions and life adaptation issues due to sickness of relatives and friends, accidental death, suicide, miscarriage, etc. She has extensive experience in providing emotional support to patients and carers, as well as promoting the mental health of the elderly including those suffering dementia.
Language: Cantonese, English
Ms Yuen has provided talks and workshops for school teachers and parents, social welfare organizations, and the public. The scope of the training covers (which is not exclusive):
Ms Yuen writes articles for different organisations on the following topics: