DR. DIEGO BUSIOL is a certified clinical psychologist and psychotherapist with a private practice in Hong Kong. Dr. Busiol enjoys working with clients who want to explore the unconscious and learn about themselves.


Most people today claim to be busy, which allows them to indulge in their issues, procrastinate and postpone. "My great satisfaction is observing a client putting aside his/her busy-ness and starting to focus on his/her business; meaning resolving the issues of their life that they have been postponing for too long", says Dr. Busiol. "Psychoanalysis is pragmatic. When clients set analysis and resolution as their priority, great things can happen".


Appointments are available by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.and by calling: 640 27 817










Doctor of Philosophy

Department of Applied Social Studies (Counseling), City University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong, 2010-2013

Thesis: Is Psychoanalysis missing from counseling in Hong Kong? 在香港的心理輔導中,心理分析是否遺漏了呢?


Psychoanalytic Training

Freudian Laboratory for Psychotherapist Training (Laboratorio freudiano per la formazione degli psicoterapeuti)

Laboratorio Freudiano Milano

Milan, Italy, 2006-2010


Postgraduate Course

Business in China

Faculty of Foreign Languages, University of Turin

Italy, 2005-2006



Clinical Psychology, MA

University of Turin

Italy, 1997-2003


Clinical Psychology

Philipps-Universität Marburg

Germany, 2001-2002



Licensed psychologist in Italy, 2004

Licensed psychotherapist in Italy, 2010


Fellowships, Teaching, Professional and Community Activities

National Board of Psychologists and Psychotherapists,  (Piedmont, Italy), 2004

 Associate Fellow of The Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (HKPCA), 2017

 Psychoanalytic Association "Tracce Freudiane", Turin, Italy, 2003

Hong Kong Society of Psychoanalysis, 2011

 Associate Member of the Psychotherapy Society of Hong Kong, 2013

Postdoc Fellow, dept. of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong, 2013

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