As a therapist, HoYeung works with clients to help them better understand themselves and their unique experiences to foster insight, growth and healing. With cultural sensitivity in the forefront of his practice, he collaborates with his clients to cultivate awareness and mastery over their patterns of thought, emotion and behavior. He strives to build therapeutic relationships that are empathic, trusting and compassionate.
With 9 years of experience as an international recruiter working with and advising hiring managers and candidates from high-stress management consulting environments, HoYeung capitalizes on his understanding of how challenging it is to balance a demanding and competitive work life with a healthy, fulfilling and meaningful personal life, and uses this to deliver therapy tailored to the client’s specific circumstances. His approach is integrative and adapted to the client’s needs, drawing from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness-based approaches and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). He also integrates narrative, trauma-informed and Eastern perspectives on mental health into his practice. Outside of work, HoYeung enjoys cast drawing and drawing manga in pencil and ink.
HoYeung strives to actively listen and create a space where clients can understand themselves more, and be more understanding towards themselves. He is committed in helping clients connect with the present moment and the observing self, and to support clients in their journey to action and creating a meaningful life in accordance with their values.
His psychotherapy services are offered in English and Cantonese.