Hong Kong’s Trusted Source for Psychotherapy & Counselling

About Us

Central Minds is a unique Hong Kong-based private psychology practice that aims to provide the highest standard of care to every client. Our psychologists and counsellors are highly trained in a range of psychological therapies that address the whole spectrum of emotional difficulties from day-to-day worries to complex psychological conditions. 

Our therapists have years of training and are considered experts in their respective fields. Our approach unites holistic thinking with rigorous academic knowledge and years of experience. 

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Our Mission

Our mission is to utilise evidence based and multiculturally informed treatments to transform adversity into growth and awareness into action. 

We empower individuals with the necessary tools and strategies to deepen their understanding and create a desired change in order to overcome the challenges in their lives.

We know that everyone has a story to share that is unique and highly personal. We offer personalised treatment plans through integrated clinical therapy practice to meet each client’s individual needs.

All our therapists are registered or recognised by the following accrediting bodies:

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Our team is reliable and credible and our experience, expertise and values set us apart from other practices. We offer assessment and psychotherapy for children, adults, couples and families. Among our services you will also find corporate training and workshops, employee assistance programs, adult cognitive and neuropsychological assessment and much more. 

Please visit our services page for more detailed information of the treatments we specialise in, or get to know our therapists in Hong Kong.

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Psychology & Counselling Services

We recognise the courage it takes to seek professional support. If you have questions and would like to know more about working with us, please check out our frequently asked questions or fill out the contact form below. Once you have submitted a contact form, a member of our team will be in touch with next steps within 48 hours.

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How to Get Here

Use Exit D1 to leave Central MTR Station.

Opening Hours
Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 6:30 pm
Saturday
9:00 am - 2:30 pm
Sunday & PH
Closed
Contact Us

8th & 10th Floor VC House,
4-6 On Lan Street, Central, Hong Kong

Please note: Central Minds voicemail and email are only checked during normal office hours. In case of emergency please attend your nearest emergency room or call 999 for immediate assistance.

Frequently Asked Questions

A psychologist and a psychiatrist are often confused as having the same meaning. While both study the brain, emotions, feelings and thoughts, there is a distinct difference between the two fields of study.

Psychiatrists begin their careers in medical school and then go on to four years of residency training typically at a hospital’s psychiatric department.

Psychologists go through five to seven years of academic graduate study and hands-on clinical training, culminating in a doctorate degree.

As medical doctors, psychiatrists can prescribe drugs, whilst psychologists cannot.

Some people refer to psychotherapy as “talking treatment” because it is generally based on an individual talking to a therapist. However, psychotherapy is much more than talking about your problems. A trained psychotherapist will help you to tackle a specific or general problem by giving you the tools to be able to cope more effectively. In psychotherapy, therapists apply scientifically validated procedures to help people develop healthier, more effective habits. There are many different professionals that practice psychotherapy such as; clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, counsellors, marriage and family therapists and social workers.

Psychotherapy is a professional relationship between a therapist and a client. Psychotherapists are trained to understand what you say and how you say it. They pay close attention to body language, voice tone and content to fully understand what you are trying to say.

While family or friends can help you feel better or even provide good advice for change, this is not psychotherapy. You can tell therapists things without having to worry about your information being told to others or in any way affecting your job, family or relationships.

Psychotherapy provides a supportive environment that allows you to talk openly with someone who is objective, neutral and nonjudgmental. You and your therapist will work together to identify and change the thought and behavior patterns that are keeping you from feeling your best.

By the time you’re done, you will not only have solved the problem that brought you in, but you will have learned new skills so you can better cope with whatever challenges arise in the future.

The way in which our psychologists and counsellors will work with you will depend in part on what you seek from psychotherapy, how you understand your difficulties, available support, and any time-constraints you have. We believe that the relationship between the therapist and the client should be a collaborative one, in which we both work together to come to an agreement on the goals and focus of therapy.

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