Sandra Laujin

Sandra Laujin is a Therapist / Psychotherapist, a Clinical Psychologist, and Clinical Neuropsychologist. She set up her practice in Hong Kong over 15 years ago. She consults in English and in French. She sees adults, adolescents, and children, presenting issues specific to their individual particularities and life.

She consults in her private confidential office.

Her areas of expertise are psychotherapy, psychological / neuropsychological assessment, and neuropsychological rehabilitation.

She is the author of the book L’examen neuropsychologique de l’enfant et de l’adolescent avec NEPSY II published in September 2020 and The Neuropsychological Assessment of the Child and Adolescent with the NEPSY-II published in November 2021.

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Psychological treatment for adults

Therapy / Psychotherapy

A desire for self-understanding and personal liberation

What makes us take that step to consult a psychologist? The reasons are many and varied (and everyone has their own story) however, in general, the motivating factors are negative feelings or thoughts and being overwhelmed or unable to cope alone with life’s difficulties.

Whatever the reason behind this feeling of unhappiness or discontent, the extent of it and the way it is expressed, therapy can help to understand it, make sense of what is causing the suffering and untangle the knots. From here it is possible to move forward, to find contentment and to give meaning to our lives.

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Parental Guidance

Evolving into parenthood

Through our work, we often hear parents expressing their dismay that “there’s no book to teach you how to be a parent”. Being a parent is not always an easy task and every parent has their moments of self-doubt.

How can individuals’ needs be met fairly within the family dynamic? How can we give our children the skills they need to flourish? How can we provide clear and consistent discipline? How can we manage our childrens’ moods along with our own responses? There are so many questions that parents have to face and they are often left not knowing which way to turn.

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Psychological treatment for children and adolescents

Therapy / Psychotherapy

A step towards inner peace and personal development

Therapy provides a space in which a young person can learn to surpass their difficulties and reduce the consequent symptoms of those. Difficulties can be expressed and wounds can be healed in order to improve their relationship with themselves and the world around them – to find a balance.
The aim is to build and explore the possibilities of their personality and in doing so create a solid foundation for a fulfilled life as an adult.

As soon as difficulties or emotional distress are identified by the child, adolescent or their parents, therapy can be considered. The sooner psychological treatment starts, the more of a chance we have of avoiding symptoms developing or worsening. Françoise Dolto emphasized the nature of child psychotherapy as being first and foremost preventative as opposed to curative: the importance of intervening before the symptoms become ingrained and too debilitating.

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Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

For a more fulfilling learning and schooling experience

Neuropsychological rehabilitation is a way of helping children and adolescents with learning difficulties, such as problems concentrating, remembering or understanding information. The origin of the difficulty may be an attentional deficit disorder or poor memory or reasoning skills.

The aim of neuropsychological rehabilitation is to improve brain functioning and increase the efficiency of the processes involved in knowledge acquisition.
The sooner the treatment process starts, the better the chances are of avoiding educational issues and of encouraging learning.

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Child/Adolescent Assessment

Learning Disorders

A learning disorder is caused by a difficulty in some part of the process of knowledge acquisition.
Learning disorders are varied and range from attentional deficits to dyslexia, dyspraxia, memory problems, language disorders....

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The objective of those WISC and WPPSI tests is to evaluate the level of intellectual functioning of the child or the adolescent. They are administered in case of a suspected learning difficulty, an intellectual giftedness/high potential, an intellectual disability, a developmental delay a school admission.

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Autism is predominantly characterised as a severe disorder in social interaction. The symptoms associated with autism varies enormously from one child to another. There seems to be as many forms of autism as there are children....

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Gifted children

Advanced or gifted children, those known as high potential children, have intellectual capacities above the norm for their age group. They have attributes such as highly developed reasoning, abstraction, logic...

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Developmental Delay

Developmental delay refers to a slower than normal development in one or more areas in a child under the age of 6. The areas of development affected are: intellectual functioning, language and communication, motor skills, social skills, life skills, autonomy....

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Attention Deficit Disorder

An attention deficit disorder typically manifests itself by concentration problems that may or may not present along with signs of hyperactivity or impulsivity. It is a disorder that has early onset but that persists and remains problematic and complex to diagnose.

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