E.R.Counseling Center

Story is the Key!

Seeking your true thoughts through reflective conversation, so that a more applicable and appropriate method of problem solving to life tasks can be found.

About E.R.

Come and tell us your stories!

Fawn Chang, the founder of E.R. Counseling Center in Taipei, Taiwan, boasts an illustrious career spanning over 25 years in the counseling field.

Her and her team’s focus primarily revolve around Adlerian Psychology, which they utilize in their work with families, couples, children, and individuals.

The acronym ‘E.R.’ stands for the core approach of Adlerian Psychology known as ‘Early Recollection.’

At E. R. Counseling Center, the counselors employ the technique of delving into their clients’ childhood memories through the Early Recollection method.

By doing so, they help their clients to gain valuable insights into their lifestyles and self-concepts.

Furthermore, this process aids clients in understanding how their worldviews and life patterns are formed.

Armed with this newfound understanding, the team guides their clients towards rebuilding healthier perceptions and behavioral patterns.

Consequently, the clients are empowered with the courage to embark on transformative journeys, making positive and impactful changes in their lives.


Our counselors are multilingual and multicultural. We provide services in Mandarin, Taiwanese, English and Japanese language. Cultural sensitivity is the core to a successful counseling. Our counselors will help you in the context of your cultural background.


Our Therapists and Professionals

As Adlerian practitioners, our therapists and professionals share the value of equality, mutual respect and social interests, which are believed as the essential element for mental health and societal harmony. With these values, we search along with you for the courage when facing life’s obstacles.

Fawn Chang

  • Masters in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling (USC, University of Southern California)
  • Taiwan Licensed Counseling Psychologist
  • LMFT (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, California, USA)
  • Certified School Counselor (USA)

Heidi Lee

  • Licensed Counseling Psychologist of Taiwan【No.000776】
  • Adler School of Professional Psychology, Master of Arts (Counseling Psychology)
  • University of Queensland (Australia), Bachelor of Arts (Double major in Japanese); Bachelor of Science (Double major in Psychology)
  • NLPU Certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner
  • Certified IFA Aromatherapist
  • Individual counseling
  • Parenting Education and Consultation
  • Child and Adolescent Counseling
  • Interpersonal relationships
  • Performance Coaching
  • Multicultural Counseling


Counseling procedure

Q:I have never done counseling before. What is it like? Do I really need counseling?

A:We encourage you to call and discuss your concerns before making an appointment. The below procedure can also give you an heads-up. (Please click on the arrows for more information.)


Relaxed and comfortable space for interaction and communication.
There is a playroom (waiting room) available for play therapy.
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