We work with a supportive and non-judgmental approach


Counselling or ‘talk therapy’ provides a safe space to discuss issues that are affecting a young person’s wellbeing. Counsellors work with children/adolescents and parents to explore areas that are causing concern or difficulties in a collaborative, supportive, and non-judgemental way.  Counselling sessions help children and adolescents to get a better understanding of themselves, learn healthy coping strategies, and develop intrinsic motivation to make changes. The counsellor’s approach is tailored to the individual and may include talking, playing, art and/or creative activities. Issues suitable for counselling include:

  • Alcohol/Drugs
  • Anger
  • Anxiety/Panic Attacks
  • Bereavement
  • Bullying
  • Confidence/Self-esteem/Identity
  • Family Problems
  • Illness
  • Learning differences
  • Mental Health
  • Physical Health
  • Relationships
  • Separation/Divorce
  • Stress
  • Transitions
Does your child...?
  • Seem socially withdrawn? 
  • Struggle with big feelings? 
  • Sleep too much or not enough? 
  • Refuse to go to school?
  • Seem disinterested in their favourite activities? 
  • Struggle with self-esteem? 
Therapeutic Approach
  • Counselling
  • Play therapy
  • Family Therapy 
  • Parental Support
Common Questions

What is the difference between counselling and psychology?

If you are unsure which service you require, do not worry, a SPOT therapist (counsellor or psychologist) will call you after your initial enquiry. During this telephone call, they will guide you to the right professional based on your concerns. 

Our psychology team are all qualified clinical psychologists. That means they have doctorates and have studied for over 6 years in this field. Their extensive study included research and study in many modalities of psychology practise including health and education. 

The counselling team have all studied to a Masters level in Counselling. They are equiped to support children, adolescents and parents/caregivers to make sense of their feelings and behaviours, techniques like talking or more creative methods like drawing and art may be used to help their child thrive in the counselling setting.

Naina Suri (she/her)

Naina Suri (she/her)


M.Sc Rehabilitation Psychology (UK), M.A Clinical Psychology (IND), B.A Psychology (IND)

Niklas Blockert (he/him)

Niklas Blockert (he/him)


Master of Counselling (Australia), BSc Social Work (Sweden), Member of the Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association

Sneha Roy (they/them)

Sneha Roy (they/them)

Assessment Coordinator, Specialist Teacher and Academic Coach

B.Ed Hons. (HK), M.A. (UK), Master of Counselling (Aus), Specialist Teacher