AREAS OF SPECIALITY
- Children and Parenting
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Selective Mutism
- Parental Coordinator
MSc in Psychoanalytic & Developmental Psychology
The Anna Freud Centre in conjunction with University College of London, London, UK
MA in Play Therapy
Roehampton University, UK
BA in Psychology
York University, Canada
Cogmed Working Memory Coach (UK)
FRIENDS™ for Life facilitator (UK)
Parents Forever Facilitator (University of Minnesota, U.S.A)
Custody Evaluator (PACE, USA)
Parental Coordinator (Mindy F. Mitnick, USA, 2015 & Robin M. Deutsch, 2019, Hong Kong)
Lora Lee is a Master Level Child Psychologist trained in the UK, who has been registered with the Hong Kong Psychological Society since 2014.
During her 10+ years’ experience working with children, adolescents and families, Lora has always practiced a child-first psychodynamic child psychotherapy, encouraging clients to draw on their inner resources to develop the skills needed to change destructive patterns of behaviour. The child’s needs are central to therapeutic treatments, whether conducted with the child or adolescent, and/or with parents.
Qualified in developmental psychology, Lora treats parental divorce problems, bereavement, self-harm, selective mutism, social anxiety, bullying, ADHD, and Asperger Syndrome.
Lora Lee works with each child according to their own unique character, conditions and circumstances. She practices a child-first approach, putting the needs of the child or adolescent at the centre of the therapeutic treatment, whether conducted with the child, and/or parents. She firmly believes that developmental milestones are no more than a useful guideline. In truth, many issues that parents are concerned about in early childhood often disappear naturally as the child develops at his or her own pace. Some issues, however, certainly do require intervention and, in these cases, the earlier that professional advice is sought the better. You can learn more about Lora on her personal website.