Australia Registered Counsellor with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia
Education: MCouns, MCom, GradDPsy, BCom
Types of Therapy: ACT, CBT, SFBT
Languages: English, Chinese
Works with: Adult, Teenage 14+
Locations: Pudong, Downtown, Online
Li is a registered counsellor from Psychotherapy and Counseling Association Australia and a certified career counsellor. She has a dual career path in counseling psychology and commerce, holding a Bachelor and Master’s degrees in psychology and counseling from Monash University and commerce degrees from the University of New South Wales. Before counseling, she had more than ten years of experience in the investment and consulting industry. The negotiation and interpretation skills, meticulous logical thinking, and the ability to view issues from different angles that she developed are all beneficial in assisting clients in exploring new perspectives and managing relationships. In addition, she is a solution-focus therapist with systematic training in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She tailors therapy plans to help clients understand their concerns and develop coping strategies.
Li was born in Shanghai and went to Australia in high school. Her cross-cultural background, corporate experience, and counselling speciality made her unique and well-suited for cross-culture, self-exploration, personal growth, emotion management and relationship counseling. She is a thinker who respects authentic feelings and prefers to be genuine. She believes that everyone holds a shining pearl inside but is covered with “dust,” as we often restrict ourselves with perceptive limitations and are burdened by our moods. She aims to combine her corporate experience and counseling psychology profession to help clients develop new perspectives on their issues, cultivate resilience to better cope with struggles, and explore the richness inside to live a more peaceful and fulfilling life. It is her goal that counseling will assist clients in learning to remove the “dust” and uncover the shininess of the internal pearl.