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I'm a Hong Kong-based Clinical Psychologist, passionate about creating a prevention before cure approach to health and decreasing the stigma around mental health through advocacy and talk therapy

Dr. Kimberley Carder is a registered member of the American Psychology Association. She received both her Doctorate and Master degree in Clinical Psychology at Alliant International University. She obtained her Bachelor degree in Psychology at the University of Southern California. During her studies she cultivated a deep commitment to mental health, mood disorders and the mind-body connection. Her dissertation work examined the experience of sensory deprivation tanks. 

Clinical Training

A fully integrated approach to help people overcome challenges they face

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Family Solution-Focused Therapy

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

Psychodynamic Analysis

She has established her professional reputation in special education, private practice and NGO’s in Hong Kong. Across the developmental timeline from children to adults, she works with patients and their families as a compassionate and caring psychologist. She works with people experiencing adjustment, Depression, Anxiety and stress-based disorders.


Eliminate stigma surrounding mental health

Promote positive mental health practices

Develop a shared emotional vocabulary 



Mind-body connection

Positive communication

On a personal level, she believes in an ethos of prevention before cure and eliminating the stigma around mental health. Outside of therapy and treatment she promotes positive mental health practices. Dr. Carder is actively involved in events and talks. She writes articles and publishes blog posts to equip people with the mental health know-how for everyday life. Find out more of what she’s up to at PROJECTS+.

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To help people in relationships & individually






Therapy looks a little bit different for everyone, because when it comes to mental health you cannot have a “one-size-fits-all approach”. There is a general structure that is followed for most people and an ongoing  treatment plan that is put in place and shared from day one.

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