Finding a therapist

is key to your healing

Working with a skilled counselor can be extremely helpful in your healing process.  Finding the right person to help you can take a few tries but it’s very much worth the effort.  You can ask them for a brief phone call before meeting to get a sense of their experience and approach to treating sexual abuse trauma.

It is not within my ability to recommend you a therapist, but I am listing some that I have met and have experience with sexual trauma.


Female Therapists
Male Therapists
  • Harmony House – phone assessment for emergency services
  • Youth Outreach
  • Po Leung Kuk 2243 3210 – has hostel for 18yrs+ and may not require a social worker referral
  • Caritas Family Crisis Support Centre (hotline 18288) – 24 hour service of crisis assessment, case management counselling, shelter and referrals. The shelter is for people 16yrs+ for 7-14 days, with possibility to extend for 7 more days depending on circumstances.  They do offer services in English although the website is only in Chinese.
Mental Health Resources

Support Groups For Other Topics

Take a look at other support groups we like and reach out to them for their meeting information.

Burnout Recovery
Monthly Burnout Recovery support groups support and sustain recovery for those who are experiencing burnout. These are confidential, safe spaces led by experienced facilitators with lived experience of burnout and recovery.

The New Normal
A variety of free peer support groups including mental health, grief (Good Grief), breakups, student, LGBTQ+ delivered online and in person. Also free fitness for mental health donation based informal classes.

Body Banter
We will begin to organize monthly discussion meet-ups which aim to spark conversations about body image and mental health topics amongst HK youth, starting in August 2023.

OCD & Anxiety Support
OCDAHK holds monthly support groups for adults as well as teenagers with OCD, anxiety and/or depression. It is open to those who struggle with intrusive thoughts constant worries and who feel stuck in negative patterns of thinking.

Other Resources

Secret Shame: A Survivor’s Guide to Understanding Male Sexual Abuse and Male Sexual Development 500 500 TALK Hong Kong

Secret Shame: A Survivor’s Guide to Understanding Male Sexual Abuse and Male Sexual Development

#impact podcast: breaking the silence with taura edgar 1024 576 TALK Hong Kong

#impact podcast: breaking the silence with taura edgar

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Flow | A Short Film About Disclosure 757 717 TALK Hong Kong

Flow | A Short Film About Disclosure

Who Does Silence Help? | Taura Edgar | TEDxTinHauWomen 1500 843 TALK Hong Kong

Who Does Silence Help? | Taura Edgar | TEDxTinHauWomen

Child Safeguarding Policy Resources 1920 1080 TALK Hong Kong

Child Safeguarding Policy Resources

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