Friday, July 3, 2020

About Donna Wong


Certified Hypnotherapist Trainer 
Clinical Hypnotherapist 
Dream Therapist
Narrative Therapist
Movie Therapist


My mission is to empower self healing, self coaching spirit towards a greater awareness of making choices for happiness, self development and wholeness.

通過催眠治療、夢境、敘事、電影、家庭治療、 NLP 等正面思維方法,處理睡眠失調,情緒問題,體重管理, 痛症管理,家庭關係,生涯規劃,達至舒心減壓, 戒除習慣,轉化情緒,潛能發揮, 夢想實現。 



Human, individualization, empowerment of self-healing, self-coaching to develop potentiality 

Donna擅長用傾談方式,心靈對話,通過生命故事,催眠,冥想,解夢,敘事,隱喻,電影治療等 一系列人性化,個人化的方法,啟動自我療癒的潛能。她相信,每位朋友,都可成為自己的解夢師,心理醫生,生命教練!

With warm, friendly hypnotherapy conversation, dream therapy and narrative therapy, NLP, clients will find more inner power, become more creative, courageous, happier  inside out.




  • 身心症狀:改善失眠,夢境失調,疏解家庭,婚姻,情緒困擾
  • 情緒和健康管理:長期痛症,惡習戒除,體重,糖尿,腦退化及慢性病管理
  • 潛能開拓:兒童天賦,個人潛能探索,生涯規劃,職業輔導
  • 內在表達和溝通能力訓練:心理質素,父母和孩子的溝通,情緒管理提升

Private sections, individual courses on
Sleep disorder, emotion management, family relationship and weight,diabetes and other chronic disease management.

Group/corporation training, workshops and courses. 

追夢的小女孩 speech 5 10 2017


For more information

About Donna Wong



Tuesday, June 2, 2020

父母慣性貶低控制 埋情緒病伏線

父母慣性貶低控制 埋情緒病伏線





相關字詞﹕情緒病 焦慮症 身分認同 抑鬱症 童年陰影 醫賢心事 精神科 何浩賢

1 6 2020

traumatized child with head covered
Although adults often say things like, “He was so young when that happened. He won’t even remember it as an adult,” childhood trauma can have a lifelong effect. And while kids are resilient, they’re not made of stone.
That’s not to say your child will be emotionally scarred for life if he endures a horrific experience. With appropriate interventions, adults can help kids recover from traumatic experiences more effectively.1
But it’s important to recognize when your child may need professional help with dealing with a trauma. Early intervention could prevent your child from experiencing ongoing effects of the trauma as an adult.1
If you or a loved one are struggling with childhood trauma, contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline at 1-800-662-4357 for information on support and treatment facilities in your area.
For more mental health resources, see our National Helpline Database.

What It Is

There are many different experiences that can constitute trauma. Physical or sexual abuse, for example, can be clearly traumatic for children.
One-time events, like a car accident or a particularly severe natural disaster (like a hurricane, for example), can take a psychological toll on children as well.1
Ongoing stress, such as living in a dangerous neighborhood or being the victim of bullying, can be traumatic, even if it just feels like daily life to an adult.2 In fact, nearly any event can be considered traumatic to a child if:
  • It happened unexpectedly
  • It happened repeatedly
  • Someone was intentionally cruel
  • The child was unprepared for it
Childhood trauma also doesn’t have to occur directly to the child; for instance, watching a loved one suffer can be extremely traumatic as well. Exposure to violent media can also traumatize children.3
Just because an experience is upsetting, however, doesn’t make it traumatic. Parental divorce, for example, will likely affect a child but it isn’t necessarily traumatizing.
It’s also important to remember that just because a child endured a tragedy or a near-death experience, doesn’t mean he’ll automatically be traumatized. Some kids are much less affected by their circumstances than others.4

When It Leads to PTSD

Many children are exposed to traumatic events at one point or another. While most of them experience distress following a traumatic event, the vast majority of them return to a normal state of functioning in a relatively short period of time.
Between 3 and 15 percent of girls and 1 to 6 percent of boys—develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following a traumatic event.
Children with PTSD may re-experience the trauma in their minds over and over again. They may also avoid anything that reminds them of the trauma or they may re-enact their trauma in their play.5
Sometimes children believe they missed warning signs predicting the traumatic event. In an effort to prevent future traumas, they become hyper-vigilant in looking for warning signs that something bad is going to happen again.6
Children with PTSD may also have problems with:7
  • Fear
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Anger and aggression
  • Self-destructive behavior
  • Feelings of isolation
  • Poor self-esteem
  • Difficulty trusting others
Even children who don’t develop PTSD may still exhibit emotional and behavioral issues following a traumatic experience.6 Here are some things to watch out for during the weeks and months after an upsetting event:8
  • Increased thoughts about death or safety
  • Problems sleeping
  • Changes in appetite
  • Anger issues
  • Attention problems
  • School refusal
  • Somatic complaints like headaches and stomachaches
  • Loss of interest in normal activities
  • Irritability
  • Sadness
  • Development of new fears

Effect on Long-Term Health

Traumatic events can affect how a child’s brain develops. And that can have lifelong consequences.
A study published in 2015 showed that the more adverse childhood experiences a person has, the higher their risk of health and wellness problems later in life. Childhood trauma may increase an individual’s risk of:9
  • Asthma
  • Depression
  • Coronary heart disease
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
A study published in 2016 in Psychiatric Times noted that the prevalence of suicide attempts was significantly higher in adults who experienced trauma, such as physical abuse, sexual abuse, and parental domestic violence, as a child.
If your child is having suicidal thoughts, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 for support and assistance from a trained counselor. If you or a loved one are in immediate danger, call 911.

Effect on Relationships

A child’s relationship with his caregiver—whether his parents, grandparents or otherwise—is vital to his emotional and physical health. This relationship and attachment helps the little one learn to trust others, manage emotions and interact with the world around them.
When a child experiences a trauma that teaches him that he cannot trust or rely on that caregiver, however, he’s likely to believe that the world around him is a scary place and all adults are dangerous—and that makes it incredibly difficult to form relationships throughout their childhood, including with peers their own age, and into the adult years.10
Children who struggle to maintain healthy attachments to caregivers are likely to struggle with romantic relationships during adulthood. A 2008 Australian study of more than 21,000 child abuse survivors age 60 and older reported a higher rate of failed marriages and relationships.11

How to Help

Family support can be key to reducing the impact trauma has on a child. Here are some ways to support a child after an upsetting event:12
  • Encourage your child to talk about his feelings and validate his emotions.
  • Answer questions honestly.
  • Reassure your child that you’ll do everything you can to keep him safe.
  • Stick to your daily routine as much as possible.
If your child has been exposed to traumatic circumstances and you’ve noticed changes in her mood or behavior, talk to her pediatrician. A physician can evaluate your child’s health and, if necessary, make a referral for mental health treatment.
Depending on your child’s age and needs, she may be referred for services such as cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy, or family therapy. Medication may also be an option to treat your child’s symptoms.13

A Word From Verywell

It’s never too late to get help. Whether you’ve adopted a teenager who was abused over a decade ago, or you’ve never received help for the traumatic experiences you endured 40 years ago, treatment can still be effective.

Monday, June 1, 2020


夢境往往在我們感到困擾和不安( 有時自己都不知道自己不安,壓抑下去了),迫不及待地跑出來,嚇嚇我們,哪怕是聲嘶力竭,或逼得人喘不過氣來。


夢境解析,走進自己的冰山,探索一個不熟悉的自己,是自我療癒 self coach process.

分享下my dream insights,也許可以給陪伴老人家的同路人帶來一些共鳴或啟發:

1 尋回自己

夢境聲嘶力竭地問:你是誰?你是誰? ( 指媽媽,你是誰?為什麼你這樣陌生?)

潛意識的superself - 我的夢境大人想我知道:


夢境大人想我找回自己,要我看到有壓抑的自己; 那個活在自己世界的自己; 徬徨和焦慮的自己,面對家人的變化,不能適應的自己。



2 放下


“放下我啊!” 是暗示和隱喻:我要學習放下自己的道德高地,不要給媽媽我高你低的感覺,要謙卑, 特別是留意語氣和環境的配合,留意溝通的目的,不是你說了什麼,而是別人收到什麼,結果最重要。




3 並存的力量

是的,她不等於她的情緒。這個夢境提醒我:用多角度去看媽媽,不止看到她的情緒下的樣子和我還沒有理解的她,(性情變化,她的病在生理上對她的影響,哀傷失眠. .. 導致憂鬱),還要看到她能幹、好學、創意和解決問題那一面,溫柔關心我們的那一面。

4 安全感


5 面對生命的一個轉折點





解夢 - 深度的潛意識心理治療,讓我們在失落、困惑中找回自己,看到希望、解決問題的創意。壓抑的心情得到釋放,心靈得到滋潤。

互相解夢和深入探索,延申的生命故事帶來的啟迪,和獨自解夢很不同的,有double impact, 我中有你,你中有我。你的夢就是我的夢,我的夢就是你的夢。


夢境往往在人們感到困擾和不安( 有時自己都不知道自己有不安,壓抑下去了),迫不及待地跑出來,嚇嚇我們,哪怕是聲嘶力竭,或逼得人喘不過氣來。
解夢 - 深度的潛意識心理治療,讓我們从失落、困惑中看到希望。

1 6 2020