Consultants

Mr. Patrick Kung

Mr. Patrick Kung

Mr Patrick Kung retired from the Hong Kong Police in the rank of Superintendent (Force Training Officer). In order to make his life more meaningful and pursue his helping professional, Patrick had made his retirement earlier and accepted the appointment as the counseling supervisor of the Enoch Christian Fellowship, HKPF. He has been an American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Clinical Member since 2011. He also has the experience of over 3000 hours of face-to-face interviews with groups, couples and individuals. He has considerable expertise in conducting couple enrichment group, and facilitating workshops on personal growth…

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Tam-CW-Vicky

Prof. Tam, C W Vicky

Vicky C. Tam is Professor and Associate Head in Department of Education Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University. She obtained her PhD degree specializing in Family Social Science from University of Minnesota (USA). She is Registered Social Worker in Hong Kong, and Associate Fellow of Hong Kong Psychological Society. Prof. Tam’s teaching and research specializations are in child and adolescent development, parenting, and learning communities. She has conducted a number of practice-focused research studies on themes related to family and child well-being with funding support from Education Bureau and in collaboration with primary and…

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Dr. Adrian Sham

Dr. SHAM is a Psychiatrist in private practice in Hong Kong. He graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2001. Dr. SHAM obtained his Membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrist (MRCPsych) in 2005. He has awarded Diploma of Advances in Medicine in CUHK (Dip.AIM) in 2007, Fellows of the Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists (FHKCPsych) and the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine (FHKAM(Psychiatry)) both in 2009. He has awarded Fellow in Thanatology (F.T.) in 2016. In 2018, Dr. Sham has awarded Diplomate, Certified Cognitive Therapist in 2018.

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Therapists

Ms. Rachel Ng

Ms. Rachel Ng

Ms Rachel Ng is the founder of Family Dynamics. She had been well aware of the impact of family relationships on the development of teenage students since her teaching in secondary schools for more than ten years. This apprehension grew even stronger when it had come to her own experience in raising her two gifted children, struggling between diverse family values and cultures from different families of origins. With growing interest and dedication to family work, Rachel graduated from the master program of Marriage and Family Therapy with distinction at Hong Kong University. She has been grateful that she could witness distressed couples and…

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Dr. Paul Mau

Dr Paul Mau

Dr Paul Mau has over ten years of experience in private practice and offers individual counseling, marriage and family therapy; life and executive coaching; conducts training workshops, and clinical supervision for various organizations in Hong Kong. Paul has extensive experience in working with client issues with marital/family relationship difficulties, individuals suffered from depression, anxiety, anger, sleep problems, school or job Stress, addictions, life crises, and sexual orientation conflicts. Paul believes in seeing beyond individual personalities and behaviors to inter-connectedness; his approach is family and systems based.

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Maurice WAN

Mr. Maurice Wan

Maurice worked as the Occupational Therapist and Department Manager of United Christian Hospital. He has more than 30 years of clinical and management experiences in public hospitals, providing Occupational Therapy services to people with severe mental illnesses, common mental disorders and other chronic illnesses like work injuries, chronic pain and cognitive impairment. He is specialized in psychiatric rehabilitation, recovery-oriented practice, chronic illnesses management and the use of focused psychological intervention strategies for people with mood problems.

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Ms. Sara Kwong

Ms. Sara Kwong

Ms. Kwong has 1,000 hours of counselling experience and has been engaged in marriage and family therapy for five years. There are three years of family counseling in different elementary schools, mainly responsible for family counselling, leading SEN student groups, leading parent lectures and workshops on discipline. She has handled cases of self-harm, bullying and truancy. Thus, she helps students and parents deal with emotions and provide effective assistance. She also led the parent workshop and talks in the PTA of Secondary School to help parents understand the youth’s growth process, making adjustments, and accompany growth.

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Ms. Erica Yuen

Ms. Yuen is a private, marriage and family therapist who believes that healthy personal growth depends on a stable and safe family environment. She assists parents in dealing with child discipline issues, builds bridges between generations, and promotes the reconstruction of relationships between parents and children. She has provided family therapy for adolescents with emotional distress and behavioural problems such as internet addiction, eating disorder, social anxiety, refusal to attend school, suicidal ideation or suicide attempts.

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Ms. Constance Ho

Ms. Constance Ho has over ten years experience in private practice. She offers individual counseling, marriage and family therapy, pre-material counseling, divorced recovery support group, and group counseling. She is an American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Clinical Fellow and Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association Certified Counsellor. She also has experience of over 3,000 hours of face-to-face interviews with groups, couples, and individuals. She has considerable expertise in counseling distressed couples and divorced women, facilitating workshops on personal growth and counseling-related depression and anxiety.

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Ms. Christina Chan

Ms. Christina Chan

Ms Christina Chan devoted in children and family services after graduation from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in Social Work. She had over ten years of experiences in dealing with children’s emotional problems and parent-child relationships. She focuses in using play therapy to help children with special needs in enhancing emotional regulation and self-esteem, and also helps their parents to understand their needs and explore their potentials. She possesses over 1,000 supervised play therapy practice hours, and received over 200 hours accredited play therapy training.

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Mr. Anthony Lai

Mr. Lai has been engaged in music education for over 15 years. He has extensively devoted himself to being a company and taking care of children and parents of different personalities and characters for years. Immersing himself in the circumstances of family struggle and needs, the inner urge of becoming a counsellor became more evident. His aspirations to facilitate family communication and to build harmony in them appeared to be more promising than ever. In addition to his experience in couples and family therapy, he has also assisted in counselling on extramarital affairs, financial conflicts, child behaviour and family problems.

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Miss. Charis To

Miss Charis To firmly believes that thriving relationships and well-being stem from strong pillars in a marriage, which lay healthy foundations for a family. When providing care and support for families, her cross-cultural experiences of living in Hong Kong, Southeast Asia and North America equip her with a deeper understanding of her clients in the areas of transition, unresolved grief, parent-child relationships, and identity. With 7 years of experience working as a teacher, youth worker, and Third Culture Kids (TCK) Advisor, Miss To has empowered youth in their personal growth, provided advice on parenting, and helped families to overcome…

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