Li Tang


Li Tang's Schedule:

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday (in-person, phone or video)


Areas of expertise

  • Sexual issues

  • Traumatic psychological adjustment

  • Personal exploration

  • Intimacy

  • Hospice care

Language: Mandarin, Cantonese, English




Li Tang is a registered psychotherapist in Ontario and a certified hypnotist in the United States. She entered the field of psychology in 1987 and has been 30 years since then. Served as the president of the Canadian branch of the Life Adjustment and Love Society of the Republic of China, Toronto's project supervisor "6180 is happy to help you". Tang Li is also the Ambassador of Toronto Chinese Health Education Committee Mandarin Education, the General- Director of the Taiwanese Manchu Family Service Center, the volunteer teacher for Salvation Corps and the Taiwan Keelung prison counselling division. Tang Li's expertise includes personal development, intimacy, sexual problems, career planning, parenting, depression, anxiety, trauma, inner child healing, mindfulness healing, and hospice care. In addition, Li Tang focuses on sex education, gestalt therapy, personal center therapy, focused short-term therapy, narrative therapy, gender equality counselling, hypnotherapy, and family system arrangement.


Work experience

  • Psychologist, hypnotist

  • Clinical Member of Ontario Association of Psychotherapists

  • Member of American NGH Hypnotist Association and ABH Hypnotherapy Council

  • Supervised by the Mandarin Education Ambassador of Toronto Chinese Health Education Committee

  • The former Toronto 6180 is happy to help you with project supervision

  • Former President of the Canadian Branch of the Life Adjustment Love Society of the Republic of China

  • General-Director of North American Man Family Service Center

  • Former Taiwan Keelung Prison Drug Rehabilitation Project Supervisor


Psychological counselling concept The case is his own expert, we just accompany him for a while, someone who has received professional training

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