Victor ONG
Masters in Counselling
(Monash University)

Married with two grown-up children, Victor became interested in counselling when he read about the Szechuan earthquake in 2008. Realising the need of the broken world for psychological healing, he started volunteering for NGOs to serve foreign workers and the financially challenged. He eventually enrolled in the Masters in Counselling programme with Monash University, where he graduated in 2017. 


Since graduation, Victor has counselled youth and adults from various races and social and cultural backgrounds. 

Before his venture into counselling, Victor worked in defence technology and later as an educator for youth and adults, refugees and asylum seekers.  

Victor's rich life experience enables him to connect with people from diverse nationalities.

Therapeutic Approaches:

CBT, Rational Emotional Behavioural Therapy, Choice Theory



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Language: English, Mandarin