Registered Clinical Counsellor, #17922
Lorraine Ng is a Registered Clinical Counsellor in BC. She has experience providing individual and family counselling to adolescents, immigrant families, cultural minorities, parents, and caregivers.
She works with clients experiencing depression, anxiety, stress management, relationship difficulties and parenting issues, and other life changes. Her practice is grounded in Adlerian Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness-based work, attachment-focused approach, trauma-informed practice, and multicultural framework.
Lorraine is warm, compassionate, and insightful in her work. She strives to provide a safe environment for clients to deepen their understanding of themselves and rediscover their inner strengths. She also helps clients to develop practical, healthy coping skills and tools to face their current struggles. She hopes that clients will become empowered and encouraged to create meaningful changes in their lives.
In addition, having grown up in a blend of traditional collectivist culture and mainstream western philosophy, Lorraine has a deep understanding of the struggles and challenges individuals and families face dealing with cultural differences and to approach them in a non-judgmental and understanding way. When working with immigrant parents, Lorraine is the bridge for parents who have difficulties in understanding and connecting to their second-generation children who grow up in the individualistic culture. She is pleased to provide services in Cantonese and Mandarin for individuals and families of Chinese descent.