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請問有冇心理醫生介紹?

大宅

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1786
發表於 08-9-1 11:22 |顯示全部帖子
請問有冇心理醫生介紹?最好九龍區,唔該哂.
王國熱話
要照腦的磁力共振,收費幾多?
仲未黎m
m痛?
想問下大家,更年期會唔會失眠?

大宅

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1086
發表於 08-9-1 12:23 |顯示全部帖子
我無心理醫生可以介紹比你, 不過你覺得心裡唔舒服記得一定要找人傾訴, 唔好自己收收埋埋.

大宅

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4502
發表於 08-9-1 13:24 |顯示全部帖子
其實睇心理醫生會唔會好貴?

大宅

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1086
發表於 08-9-1 13:31 |顯示全部帖子
實好貴啦, 所以專科都貴架啦, 心理醫生有D好似計時收費添

複式洋房

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發表於 08-9-1 15:28 |顯示全部帖子
沒有心理醫生,只有精神科醫生 (開藥) 和心理學專家(提供心理輔導, 不能開藥)。現在很多家庭醫生都有接受情緒治療訓練,藥費每月約 $500,而心理輔導一節大概
$500
。想查知哪些家庭醫生有相關訓練,可向中大的香港健康情緒中心查詢
(http://www.hmdc.med.cuhk.edu.hk/main.html)

大宅

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1786
發表於 08-9-2 09:33 |顯示全部帖子
唔該哂各位,其實係因為我發現我的小朋友情緒不穏定,佢而家7歲,好細膽,游水就問D水深唔深,驚浸親,以前細個都唔驚,上堂又驚做錯野比老師鬧,又成日驚我地會C,總之做任何野都冇信心,驚做得唔好,所以諗住同佢睇心理醫生睇下有冇幫助.

公爵府

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好媽媽勳章


25576
發表於 08-9-2 10:20 |顯示全部帖子
原文章由 藍莓 於 08-9-2 09:33 發表
唔該哂各位,其實係因為我發現我的小朋友情緒不穏定,佢而家7歲,好細膽,游水就問D水深唔深,驚浸親,以前細個都唔驚,上堂又驚做錯野比老師鬧,又成日驚我地會C,總之做任何野都冇信心,驚做得唔好,所以諗住同佢睇心理醫生睇 ...



我個女(P2)都有類似情況, 成日都杞人憂天, 驚99會死, 我話比亞女知, 99屋企附近好多扒手, 亞女又話驚99比人打劫, 昂平360壞車之後, 已維修完好耐啦, 我成都想同亞女去, 佢都話唔去, 驚壞車被困, 連搭"車立"都好緊張, 掛過維修牌的, 佢成日都話會困"車立"架, 唔好搭, 出入"車立"自己要按住開門制, 想我地出先, 但又怕我地出哂, 佢自己出唔到.

我都唔明咁細個, 點解會咁重危機感, 我地無試過D咩危險的情況, 唔知係睇到新聞而影響.

大宅

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1086
發表於 08-9-2 13:12 |顯示全部帖子
咁你發現佢咁樣之前有無發生過咩事?

大宅

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3409
發表於 08-9-2 15:35 |顯示全部帖子
Hi,

Personally, I do not think your child need to see a psychologist. But if you will feel better seeing one, this is the web site for counsellor. Cost about HK$500 to HK$800 depend on your family income.

http://www.hkpcc.hk/index.html

大宅

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3409
發表於 08-9-2 15:40 |顯示全部帖子
Sorry, I guess I better give you the fees.
(I copies and Pasted the content below)
收費
為希望更多人可以透過心理輔導得到幫助,本中心按受助者收入水平釐定收費。

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個人、婚姻或家庭心理輔導服務收費

受助者每月收入(港幣) 每節(50分鐘)收費(港幣)
25,000元以上 800元
25,000元或以下 500元

(個人輔導的月入以個人計算;學生、沒有收入人士和家庭輔導的月入以整個家庭計算)

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兒童遊戲或藝術治療服務收費

受助者每月收入(港幣) 每節(50分鐘)收費(港幣)
25,000元以上 800元
25,000元或以下 500元

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婚前輔導服務收費(每對準新人獨立進行,暫不提供小組婚前輔導)

劃一收費 收費(港幣)
6 節 (90分鐘) 6 x 500元  共 3,000元
 
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臨床心理學家面談、評估

每節(50分鐘) 收費(港幣)
原價 2,500元
劃一特惠收費 800元

臨床心理學家書面評估報告 3000元起


Hope these help. Thanks and have a nice day.

大宅

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3409
發表於 08-9-2 15:53 |顯示全部帖子
As your child is between pre-occupational stage and occupational stage, there will be worries as well as attention seeking. Since this is not a phobia, I do not believe the child needs to see a counsellor. The site I told you has therapies, counsellor as well as clinical psychologists but no mental health psychologist. There is no need for the child to see a mental health psychologist, this type of psychologist do perscribe drugs for depressions or other mental disorder clients. The differences between them is quite obvious. But differences between therapist and counsellors are not as obvious. Clinical psychologist will look after more severe behaviour disorder or minor mental disabled while counsellor do most of the therapiest for behavioural or minor family or personal growth. Most children do have the skill to over come personal growth unless there is a major event of incident that disturb normal growth. Please do not pay too much attention to small even as this may lead to over anxiety over the child. But as parent, one has to put more patience and attention to all conversation and try to understand the child more. Do not show the child that you are worry over the conversation. Just be normal will do, time will solve all the problem. If the uneasiness lead to phobias, you'll need to see a counsellor. Well, it's too early to be worry, just keep an open eyes. Hope all goes well. Have a splendid day.

公爵府

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好媽媽勳章


25576
發表於 08-9-2 16:55 |顯示全部帖子
agustus

Many thanks.

大宅

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1786
發表於 08-9-4 14:25 |顯示全部帖子
agustus,

唔該哂.

亞仔真係令到我好苦惱,佢琴日又話成日都做野做得唔好,好冇信心,我已經成日鼓勵佢,但係佢總覺得做唔到一百分,都唔知仲可以同佢講乜好.

[ 本文章最後由 藍莓 於 08-9-4 14:28 編輯 ]

大宅

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1786
發表於 08-9-4 14:33 |顯示全部帖子
YanYan0116,

亞仔的情況同你個女差不多,坐電梯又驚會夾親,出街又驚我地唔拖實佢會漏低佢,佢都係唔肯去昂平360,我都冇哂辦法.

[ 本文章最後由 藍莓 於 08-9-5 09:51 編輯 ]

大宅

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3409
發表於 08-9-4 15:09 |顯示全部帖子
藍莓,

You're welcome. I did not do anything to help so there is no need to thanks me. I did not know much about your child and thus I can not comment much. I am not pyshcologist too but I talked to many for decades.

I have eight children so I think it maybe best if I share some experiences. Not all of my children has the experiences of being conscious of crisis or uncertainities. Especially at a very young age. I realised that those having problem with life are usually very sensitive to stories or life happening issues. Verbal or non-verbal communciation do affect them on and off. Sometimes a small trival matters will trigger things that happened very long ago and there are symptoms of past events that increases panic and anxieties.

As some of my children are disabled, the abled-bodied will worry about when they become disabled too. Even now my eldest two voiced openly to me about the degree of tendency when their off spring will be disabled. I reassure them very often that it's God's will and not totally inherited but the chances of having disabled children for them are pretty high.

I seldom discuss matters of my concern in family discussion unless it matter to the children but somehow the children managed to know part if not full of the worries.

I remembered very clearly during the SARS when my spouse and I brought thousands of masks and distribute to schools, rehabitant centers and community centers. I keep very low profile and I did not even tell this at home. I sent my man to collect and distribute when I receive news about places lack of masks. This is what I think I can do as I am no doctors not good in any medical aspects. But one day, my elder children ask me if I can give some to an elderly home which had no masks. I was very shock. My surprise is not because they ask me to do something for others. It never occured to me that they knew about what I was doing. I swear I never speak a word about it at home, my spouse is a lip tight person and the people that helped me never visited my resident. The children were home most of the time thus there were no way they knew about the matter. I did send several thousand pieces to the elderly home as per my children request but I question them on how they knew. Honestly, I stilldoubt their response as they told me they heard my conversation over the phone.

Maybe this is a lesson to me not to speak over the phone too loudly but I realised that the children do listen and pay more attention to words not speaking to them than words telling them.

I understand that as a parent, we try to protect the children as much as we can. We avoided nasty conversation but they are listening to all. I am not suggesting that you are leading to all the anxiety of your child but if you can add in all the assurance in between sentences especially when you talk to others and let your child listen to all the conversation withoutr filtering, sometimes this work.

I still do not see the reason to see a psychologist for this. If the matter really troubled you, try to see a family counsellor or a social worker. This is easier and cost almost nothing other than your time and energy. There are many social workers in Hong Kong and they are quite professional. But I doubt the social worker will open the case for your child as this is very trival. Still, if you need any further assistance, feel free to tell me or the gang here at Baby Kingdom. Many people will lend a hand and I am sure you'll benefit from all suggestion. Keep trying and work hard on the matter. The child will grow up and understand the world better. Thanks for reading, good luck and have a nice day.

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大宅

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發表於 08-9-5 09:57 |顯示全部帖子
agustus,

多謝你的分享.我會試下同亞仔傾多d再睇下.

conniechan1975,

唔該你.

大宅

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3409
發表於 08-9-6 02:17 |顯示全部帖子
藍莓.

If you find your child is excessively worry about things, maybe you can read about Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). My chinese is not good but I guess it's call 經常焦慮症.

Below are some websites for your references.


http://www.helpguide.org/mental/generalized_anxiety_disorder.htm


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Generalized_anxiety_disorder


Hope these helps.

大宅

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3409
發表於 08-9-6 02:24 |顯示全部帖子
I'm sorry, I think this one explain better about cases in Hong Kong.
(I copied and paste from a pdf file)
Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Irritable Bowel Syndromes in Hong Kong

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is a common but under-recognized mental disorder in
Hong Kong. Apart from frequent and uncontrollable worries, it is associated with many physical
symptoms that may lead sufferers into believing that certain organs of their body are diseased. One of the common physical symptoms of GAD is recurrent abdominal pain associated with diarrhea or constipation. This overlaps with a common functional bowel disorder known as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Like GAD, IBS is distressing and may substantially disrupt daily living, such as the avoidance of social activities and going to places without easy access to toilets. Despite their shared symptoms and cumulative negative impact on the sufferers, the relationship between GAD and IBS has yet been investigated in Hong Kong.

The Hong Kong Mood Disorders Center and the Institute of Digestive Disease of The Chinese University of Hong Kong conducted this unprecedented survey which found that among people aged 15-65, 4% suffer from GAD (amounting to over 200 thousand affected people) and 5.4% suffer from IBS (amounting to over 270 thousand affected people) in the previous 12 months. GAD and IBS are inter-connected. Specifically, GAD is 6.1 times as common among IBS sufferers relative to non-IBS respondents. Likewise, 22.2% of people with GAD suffer from IBS.

The risk of GAD increases with age, low educational, and income. Female, widowed, or unemployed people are at higher risk. Geography affects the distribution of GAD in Hong Kong. More remote districts such as northern and north-western parts of the territory, which have poorer access to mental health services, exhibit higher rates of GAD.

Regarding treatment, less than half (42.9%) of the people with either GAD or IBS have sought professional help. When they do, they do so mostly from general practitioners who may not recognize that bowels symptoms can be related to anxiety disorders.

“Although bowel upset is a common symptom of GAD, many people do not realize that anxiety contributes to recurrent bowel symptoms. They frequently attribute the bowel symptoms to intestinal causes or food allergy and as a result undergo numerous physical tests that typically
turn out to be normal. This leads to a failure to treat anxiety and to alleviate bowel symptoms,” said Professor Sing Lee, Director of the Hong Kong Mood Disorders Center.

In this study, over 2,000 people aged 15-65 in Hong Kong were randomly selected and interviewed between July 10 and July 21, 2006. Diagnoses of GAD and IBS are made in accordance with the criteria from the American Psychiatric Association and the American Gastroenterological Association respectively.
(End of copy)

Hope this helps you but personally, I still do not think your child is suffering from GAD. But it's wise to know more. Do keep an open eye on the child. If the child turn excessively worry, maybe you can try to check out social worker first.

Good Luck