Out, beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing,
there is a field.
I will meet you there.
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.
Systemic approach (Couple Therapy & Family Therapy)
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.
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.