Ms. Erica Yuen


Ms Yuen graduated from the Master of Social Sciences in the field of Counselling at the University of Hong Kong.  She is honoured to receive the Madam Lo Ng Kiu Anita Memorial Prize as a recognition of outstanding performance.  Ms Yuen provides bereavement counselling services to families and individuals ranging from children to the elderly.  Losses include suicide, sudden death, miscarriage and anticipated death.  She also assists clients in handling their emotions arising from stress and anxiety, grief, personality disorder, sexual abuse, domestic violence, extra-marital affair, divorce, communication, parenting, mental health problems and work stress, etc.  She was a volunteer counsellor of different organisations serving clients from different walks having varieties of difficulties and life challenges.  She also delivers talks and workshops in various organisations to promote mental health of people from different walks of life.

Language:  Cantonese, English


  • Master of Social Sciences in Counselling The University of Hong Kong 
  • Master of Business Administration The Chinese University of Hong Kong 
  • Certified Counsellor, Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association
  • Full Member, Asian Academy of Family Therapy
  • Certified Hypnotherapist, International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association, USA
  • Clinical Hypnotherapist, Hong Kong Psycho-Hypnotherapy Foundation
  • Certified Play Therapist, Chinese Adult Education Association
  • Mental Health First Aider, Mental Health First Aid International
  • Certified Public Accountant, Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Fellow Member, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants


  • Private practice individual, marriage and family therapist
  • Bereavement Counsellor and Volunteer Counsellor in various organisations
  • Managerial level of statutory regulatory body
  • Managerial level of global Big Four accounting firms


  • Grief counselling
  • Emotional support to the elderly, the sick and careers
  • Family therapy
  • Marital discord
  • Parent education
  • Mental issues such as depression, anxiety, personality disorder
  • Work stress
  • Sleeping problem
  • Trauma and domestic violence
  • Substance use disorders
  • Personal growth
  • Child-centered play therapy