Meet Brad –

Brad was always on.  He was running a multimillion-dollar company in sixty different countries.  He couldn’t sleep at night wondering who would pay what invoice so that he could continue shipping supplies.  He was currently suffering from high blood pressure, chronic pain and stomach issues.  He felt like he didn’t have the time to relax, let alone go to therapy.

Meet Ellie –

Ellie was working, but she was concerned she would soon lose her job because of COVID.  She stopped spending money and decided that her therapy was a luxury and not a necessity.  Before Ellie quit therapy, she was doing EMDR for trauma.  The work had been challenging at times, but overall, she felt calmer.  The stress of the unknown had brought some of her old wounds up to the surface.  She was depressed and anxious but felt like she didn’t deserve to spend money on her mental health.

Meet Andrea –

Andrea found herself spacing out at work frequently.  She felt overwhelmed by the pressure and competition of working in finance.  She always felt like someone was watching and judging her.  She felt like there might be some benefit to speaking to someone, but she felt like it would be weak to ask for help.

Seeking Help

The first step towards seeking help might be the hardest.  Asking for help does not mean that you are weak or broken.  When our stress becomes too big, it weakens our immune system. Our body can experience everything from pain, muscle aches, stomach issues and fatigue.  A mental health professional can help you reach your full potential by reducing stress, encouraging healing, and allowing a safe and confidential space.  If finances are a problem, the therapist might come up with a plan for you where you do written or behavioural work outside of the sessions.

Your mental health will keep you physically healthy and help you be a more prosperous and happier person.


If you feel like you need to talk to someone, please contact me to set up an online session via email

Although I am a registered clinical psychologist with the Hong Kong Society of Counseling and Psychology, I am not a licensed psychologist or any other type of licensed therapist in the United States. The information I am providing here is educational and informational. This social media page does not provide professional advice, nor does it create a professional-client relationship or any other type of relationship between us. You should always consult your own licensed mental health professional before making any changes regarding your mental health. My goal is to educate, guide, consult, and empower you regarding your mental health journey. Always consult your licensed mental healthcare provider(s) and never disregard or delay medical advice based on information posted on this page or post.