Addiction Counselling in Hong Kong

  • Your local addiction adviser offers free advice and support.
  • Additional services including counselling and aftercare are also available.
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Kim Pascoe, BSc (Psych), MSocSc

Addiction Adviser • Psychotherapist • Counsellor
Kim consults for Addiction Friend through Psynamo, offices located at:
Car Po Commercial Building, 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong

Email : info@addictionfriend.hk

Phone : +852 3018 4040

About Kim

Kim is happy to help people find solutions to addiction problems and provides a free consultation to anyone seeking treatment or guidance on rehabilitation services in Asia. She is enthusiastic and a dedicated professional who is passionate about helping people from a variety of backgrounds improve their personal lives, particularly those who are struggling with the grips of addiction.

In addition to free services provided by Kim as the Addiction Friend representative in Hong Kong, she also offers treatment planning, case management, step work, positive affirmations, gratitude support, self-esteem issues using structured based therapies. Kim also provides an aftercare service which works with relapse prevention when clients feel they need some extra support once returning from a rehab facility into a potentially vulnerable environment.

“With experience of addiction rehabilitation services, Kim is well placed to provide professional guidance for anyone looking to enter an inpatient or outpatient treatment programme in Asia.”

Kim utilises Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Positive Psychology and Client Centred Therapy as treatment modalities. Using these tools she is able to specifically diagnose psychological issues resulting from substance abuse and assist in addiction recovery.

Kim’s approach is integrative to the whole person’s perception, feelings, thoughts and physical experience. She believes that it is essential that the client/counsellor relationship is the essence of successful counselling. Her approach is goal orientated, she is active during session with asking questions, observation of patterns of behaviour and reflective/active listening.