Provide counselling services for families in need (with allowance)


Posted about 2 months ago. Application closes in 4 months.

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Project Details

What we need
  • Our team will provide a briefing to go though SoCO's counsellor guidelines with you
  • Our main service targets are children, parents and families
  • You will sign a consent form, provide counselling services, and complete counselling records (with fixed templates)
  • Looking for volunteers who are certified counsellors/ students studying Asso or Bachelor Degree of counselling program
  • Date and time is flexible, depending on your schedule with client
  • Allowance is negotiable

We are recruiting counsellors to provide counselling services to our member in SoCO.

What we have

SoCO will provide room for counsellors to conduct counselling services.

Why this is important

This program will help our members at SoCO, as many of them are facing problems in different aspects of their lives and need emotional support. Providing them with counseling services can relieve their stress, feel supported, and have a positive impact on their mental health.

Project Period

22 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024


4/F Posco Building 165 Un Chau Street, Sham Shui Po

Honorarium available upon completion



1 hour per week

  • Communication
  • Empathy
  • Counselling
Experience Level
  • Students
  • Some experience
  • Extensive experience
  • Chinese (Cantonese)

About the Organization

Society for Community Organisation


What we do

Work for dignity Society for Community Organization (SoCO) is a human rights advocacy group established in 1972, dedicated to serve the underprivileged community in Hong Kong. Working with limited resources, SoCO advocates for comprehensive social policy changes to ensure the protection of fundamental human rights of people in Hong Kong. Struggle for survival In the metropolitan city of Hong Kong, there are over 1.4 million people living in poverty. Over 200,000 residents live in urban slums, in squalid conditions that are inadequate for basic living with human dignity. These marginalized groups include caged home lodgers, families with children living in cramped wood-partitioned cubicles, sub-divided units’ households, new immigrants, homeless people as well as people with mental illness all struggling for survival.


1 hours per week, 12 months

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