Eva Mak

BSc(Hons.) in Psychology, Postgraduate Diploma in Education, Master in Psychology

Eva graduated from Monash University, Melbourne, and has been a psychologist for 16 years. Her goal is to improve the quality of life of her clients. Her interests are in autism, special educational needs, parental stress, anxiety issues, depression related symptoms, and life stage transitions. When working with special educational needs, Eva helps parents to maximize the potential of their children and to look at their children with new insights by using a mixture of educational, learning, and psychological strategies. When working with mental health issues, Eva’s main approach is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, which is a very effective and efficient treatment approach with empirical evidence. She gained extensive experience in Hong Kong and in Perth. While she was working in Hong Kong, she was a lecturer and the author of a few books of special educational needs. In Perth, she is teaching Bachelor and Postgraduate level Psychology. Most of her clients are referred by GPs, Paediatricians, or Psychiatrists.

Eva speaks English, Cantonese, and Mandarin. Her clients range from age 0 to 99. She works with her clients individually in 50 minute sessions.