Joe Clark, Counsellor
Masters of Social Sciences (Counselling)(Hons), BSc
Member, Hong Kong Professional Counsellors Association
Joe is a caring, empathetic and insightful counsellor who creates a safe environment for his clients to develop the skills, knowledge, and understanding to sustain a stronger sense of self-awareness and to maintain strong emotional regulation to face the challenges of life and achieve the goals they set out. He takes a holistic approach to counselling, employing person-centered therapeutic techniques as well as drawing from evidence-based theories such as CBT.
Joe has worked with both individuals and groups in an international school setting in Hong Kong, where he provided support to children and adolescents across a range of issues including ADHD, self-esteem, self-harm, bereavement, stress, anxiety, puberty, and navigating relationship issues with peers and family. He has special interest in ADHD related issues, as well as identity exploration and formation in adolescents.
Joe graduated from Hong Kong University with a Distinction in Masters in Social Sciences (Counselling). He grew up as a third culture kid in a bi-ethnic family (English and Chinese) in Hong Kong where he attended an international school. Following this, he spent several years studying and working in the UK.
Joe provides counselling services in English.