Out, beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing,

there is a field.

I will meet you there.

Rumi

My Approach

I have an integrative approach, adapting my work to the needs of the person and the situation, considering different dimensions such as cognitions, emotions, behaviours, body-mind connection, relationships to others.

Exploring and working with the person those multiple connections bring a deeper self-awareness setting the ground for change and growth.

 

I propose therapies that are collaborative. I engage a genuine relationship with the client, being empathetic, authentic, and non-judgmental. I value the collaboration with the client to answer his goal, to set up the more adapted treatment plan that fits his needs, and to facilitate a new autonomy. During our sessions, I can propose techniques and tools supported by the result of research and inspired by different theoretical and empirically grounded approaches (Lifespan Integration, Mindfulness, Gottman therapy...)

 

I strive to create a safe and confidential environment. The quality of my work relies on a continuous training and clinical supervision that promotes et ensures my professional development and client welfare.

I follow the deontology code of my profession.

 

 

Who I am

I am a French clinical psychologist practising in Hong Kong.

Expatriate since 2010, I was able to deepen my clinical practice through different trainings 

and professional experiences in France, Australia, Singapore and finally in Hong Kong.

Expertise

  • Psychotraumatology

  • Emotional regulation

  • Systemic approach (Couple Therapy & Family Therapy)

Training

After finishing a master of philosophy at La Sorbonne, I completed a bachelor and a master of clinical Psychology and psychotherapy at Paris 8 University. 

 

I have also been complementing my academic course by training in various therapeutic approaches:

  • Gottman Institute: couple therapy certificate, Level 1 & 2.

  • Family System Institute : Workshops, Seminar, Coaching on Bowen Family Systems Theory.

  • Lifespan Integration (LI) therapeutic method, body-oriented therapy, in order to address emotional regulation's, attachment issue and trauma’s problematics integrating the neuropsychological dimension. Level 1 & 2 Training and supervision.

 

Work experience 

  • South Pacific Private Hospital, treatment centre for addictions and mood disorders (NSW, Australia).

  • Psychiatric hospital for adults (Montfavet, France), Emergency Unit, closed unit of hospitalisation and crisis.

  • Centre Monceau (Paris, France), addictions centre specialised in family therapy.

  • Change Group, private practice gathering a team of psychologists in Singapore

  • Sabine Bouzereau Psy, private practice since September 2019 in Hong Kong.

 

Email : sabinebouzereau@gmail.com              

SMS : +852 9449 1069