Ken Lee Medical Centre - Clinical Psychology

Ken Lee Medical Centre

Established in 2001, Ken Lee Medical Centre was set up in memorial of the late general surgeon Dr Lee Chung Kin Ken. Ken Lee Medical Centre is currently operated by the family of Dr Lee.

Ken Lee Medical Centre currently has 10 specialist doctors, 1 clinical psychologist and 5 physiotherapists. Our mission is to provide high quality care to all of our patients. Together with our warm and courteous staff and our convenient location in Mongkok and Central, Ken Lee Medical Centre aims to provide high quality specialist care to our patients.

Ken Lee Medical Centre provides the following Psychotherapy services by Dr Charlotte Tang, PhD:

1.Individual Psychotherapy for the treatment of:
-Depression (loneliness, low energy, interpersonal separation, loss/death of a loved one)
-Anxiety (excessive worries)
-Mental health challenges
-Physical pain (illnesses/chronic pain)
-Trauma (childhood negative experience)
-Adjustment difficulties (prenatal, postnatal, life transitions)
-Identity problems (self esteem/image, self growth, career and schooling)
-Intense moods (anger, high/low mood fluctuations, stress, irritation)

2.Couples Counseling dealing with issues related to;
-Marital challenges (stagnation, infidelity)
-Intimate relationships (issues related to sexuality, trust, and intimacy)
-Premarital therapy
-Pregnancy (planning, prenatal/postnatal)

3.Family Psychotherapy related to issues dealing with;
-Communication difficulties (isolated, inter-generational misunderstandings)
-Children behavioral challenges
-Grief and loss

4.Parent & Child Dyadic Psychotherapy
-Attachment issues (bonding issues, separation anxiety, reactive attachment)
-Dealing with child temperament
-Child developmental/behavioral challenges
-Parental fatigue
-Postpartum blues
-Mental health challenges

5.Child Play Pyschotherapy
-Behavioral challenges (difficulties with concentration, hyperactivity)
-Developmental problems (autism/pervasive developmental delays/learning difficulties, neurological/sensory issues)
-Intense moods (anger, excessive worries, anxiety, high/low mood fluctuations)
-Peer relationships (sibling rivalries, difficulty forming friendships, bullying)
-Bereavement (loss of family members or significant loved ones)
- Adjustment problems (change of caregivers, school transitions, relocation of homes)