Since completing postgraduate certificate of Psychology Counselling from Institute of Psychology of China Academy of Science in 2006, Jing has over 10 years of working experience in providing professional and effective counselling services in the mental health psychotherapy field.
Furthermore in 2015, Jing graduated from Murdoch University with a Master Degree of Counselling, and became a registered Counsellor with Australia Counselling Association (ACA) in 2016. As a bilingual counsellor in English and Mandarin, Jing is passionate about making her contribution to the mental health of the Chinese community. Her major interest is offering client-centred humanistic counselling services to patients of different age groups and background, who are experiencing emotional issues and mental health disorders, such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).
1) Psychotherapist in Baiyun Mental Health Hospital in China. 2) Volunteer counsellor for Chinese women at Multicultural Mental Health Service South Metropolitan Area in WA from 2010 to 2014. 3) Counselling placements at Women’s Health Family Service and Fremantle Multicultural Centre. 4) Mental health worker at NGO agencies in WA, such as RUAH community services and Australian Red Cross.