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Our Team

Multilingual Professional Practitioners

We are pleased to have been able to bring together an exceptional team of international professionals. Educated in Hong Kong, Australia, Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom, we are multilingual (English, Cantonese and Mandarin) practitioners who can provide comprehensive assessments, evidence-based interventions and support.

Hennis Tse, Ph.D., C.Psych.

Founder and Clinical Director of ChildPsy

Registered Psychologist (Hong Kong and Canada)

Professional Qualifications

  • Registered School Psychologist (Ontario, Cananda)
  • Registered Psychologist & Associate Fellow(HKPS)
  • Member of American Psychological Association

Education

  • Ph.D.,Psychology,
    Western University, Canada
  • M.A.,Psychology,
    University of Southern California,US
  • B.S.Sc.(Hons), Psychology,
    Chinese University of Hong Kong

Dr.Hennis Tse is a Registered Psychologist in Hong Kong and Canada (Ontario). He specializes in children’s learning and development. Hennis is the founder and clinical director of ChildPsy.

Dr. Tse is well-versed in assessment, diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of academic, social, emotional and behavioral challenges. He is highly skilled in conducting intellectual and gifted assessments and providing consultation in assistive technology to support the learning needs of students. His expertise and professionalism has resulted in frequent invitations to provide school-based consultation in both international and local schools in Hong Kong.

Educated in Hong Kong, United States and Canada, Dr. Tse integrates his cross-cultural perspective into his clinical practice. In the past decade, Dr. Tse worked as a psychologist for two of the largest school boards in Canada (York Region and Toronto Catholic Board). He provided services and support to students with special educational needs, including giftedness, autism and Asperger syndrome, learning disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), selective mutism, oppositional defiant disorders, anxiety, depression and developmental delay.

His extensive experience and professional knowledge are solidly rooted in scientific research. Notably, his research on subjects related to cross-cultural differences in children’s learning and socio-emotional development has been published in academic articles and top-tier professional journals. In addition to his research endeavors, he has enjoyed teaching university/college level psychology and education courses for over 10 years. He was a part-time lecturer at Western University, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Tung Wah College, Seneca College, and Yew Chung College. He is currently serving as a mentor at the Department of Psychology, Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Selected Academic Publications

Chen, X and Tse, H. C.-H. (2011). Social functioning and peer experiences in immigrant Chinese, Canadian-born Chinese, and European Chinese Children. In S. S. Chuang & R. P. Moreno (Ed.),  Immigrant Children: Change, Adaptation, and Cultural Transformation. Rowan & Littlefield, United Kingdom.

Chen, X. and Tse, H. C.-H. (2010). Social and psychological adjustment of Chinese Canadian children.  International Journal of Behavioral Development, 34 (4), 330-338.

Lu, Z.-L., Tse, H.C., Dosher, B.A., Lesmes, L.A., Posner, C. & Chu, W. (2009). Intra- and cross-modal cuing of visual spatial attention: Time courses and mechanisms. Vision Research, 49 (10), 1081-1096

Chen, X. and Tse, H. C.-H. (2008). Social functioning and adjustment in Canadian-born children with Chinese and European backgrounds.  Development Psychology, 44, 1184-1189.

Maureen Kong,  Psy.D.

Registered Clinical Psychologist (Hong Kong and Australia)

Professional Qualifications

  • Registered Clinical Psychologist: (HK-HKPS, Australia-AHPRA)
  • College of Clinical Psychologist (APS)
  • Associate Fellow(HKPS)

Education

  • PsyD. (Clinical),
    University of Hong Kong
  • M. Psych (Clinical),
    University of New South Wales, Australia
  • B. Psych, (Hons),
    University of New South Wales, Australia

Dr. Kong is a Clinical Psychologist who is dedicated to enhancing the emotional, social, behavioural and educational well-being of children and their families. Dr. Kong is experienced in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of a range of emotional, behavioural and developmental difficulties in clinical and research settings both in Hong Kong and in Australia.

Dr. Kong’s qualifications include Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) at the University of Hong Kong, Master of Clinical Psychology and a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) at University of NSW, Australia.  Dr. Kong values and maintains the importance of continuous professional development in order to enhance her skills and to receive information on the most updated and effective evidence-based interventions.  She collaborates with the University of Hong Kong and the University of Shenzhen, Department of Psychology to develop and evaluate coaching programs for young children with special needs and their parents living in Hong Kong and Mainland China. Preliminary results show that the program can effectively reduce parental stress, improve children’s social and behavioural development and allow parents to enjoy a more harmonious parent-child relationship (Kong and Au, 2018).

Dr. Kong is involved in raising public awareness on how to support children with special needs in their development in HK. She has provided lectures, interactive workshops and participates in panel discussions to give advice and empower SEN teachers with research-based strategies, such as at the Montessori Asia Conference, Yew Chung College of Childhood Education and at the HK ASD Conference.  She is also a long term partner with the Hope of the City foundation to provide ongoing parent coaching workshops to economically-challenged families at Shamshuipo on a pro-bono basis.

Dr. Kong is fully registered with the Hong Kong Psychological Society and the NSW Psychologists’ Registration Board. She is also a member of the Australian Psychological Society, College of Clinical Psychologist. She is the only certified Incredible Years Basic Parent Group leader in Hong Kong. The Incredible Years program is a model program in the USA to promote children’s academic, social, emotional regulation and reduce inappropriate behaviours in typically-developing children.

Publications

Kong, M.Y.M. & Au, T.K.F. (2018). The Incredible Years Parent Program for Chinese Preschoolers with Developmental Disabilities. Early Education and Development, 29,494-514 .

Kong, M.Y.M. & Au, T.K.F. (January 2017). Poster titled “The Incredible Years Parent Program for Chinese Preschoolers with Developmental Disabilities” presented at the HK ASD Conference

http://www.socsc.hku.hk/hkasd2017/wp-content/uploads/posters/12420_HKU.pdf

Incredible Years Implementation in Hong Kong – The Incredible Years® Blog (November 2015)

https://incredibleyearsblog.wordpress.com/2015/11/12/incredible-years-implementation-in-hong-kong/

Parenting Across Culture, Playtimes Magazine (8 September 2015)

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Melody Wong, M.S.Sc.

Registered Clinical Psychologist (Hong Kong)

Professional Qualifications

  • Full Member of the Division of Clinical Psychology, Hong Kong Psychological Society
  • UCLA PEERS for Adolescents Certified Provider
  • UCLA PEERS for Young Adult Certified Provider
  • Circle of Security Parenting (COS-P) Certified Facilitator
  • Qualified User of the Hong Kong Comprehensive Assessment Scale for Pre-school Children (HKCAS-P)
  • Qualified User of the Hong Kong Dyslexia Early Screening Scale (HKDESS)

Education

  • M.S.Sc., Clinical Psychology,
    University of Hong Kong
  • B.S.Sc. (Hons), Psychology,
    City University of Hong Kong

Melody is a Clinical Psychologist and is an Associate Fellow of the Division of Clinical Psychology of the Hong Kong Psychological Society. She has over 10 years of clinical experience conducting assessment, diagnosis, and psychotherapy for children and adolescents with developmental disabilities and emotional problems, including autism spectrum disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, specific learning disabilities, developmental delay, anxiety, depression, oppositional defiant disorder, and developmental trauma. She has experience serving in a local non-governmental organization (NGO). Her time in NGO has allowed her to work closely with local preschools, primary schools, and secondary schools in providing both individual and group interventions for students, as well as training and consultations for teachers, school staff, and parents. She is a certified provider of the PEERS social skills intervention for adolescents as well as a certified facilitator of the Circle of Security Parenting program.

Growing up in Toronto, Canada, as well as Hong Kong, Melody is fluent in both English and Cantonese. She utilizes client-centered and play-based approaches in developing an accepting, empathetic, and genuine relationship with clients in therapy sessions. She employs evidence-based interventions, and is particularly experienced in providing cognitive-behavioral therapy to help children and adolescents cope with a range of emotional disorders, as well as behavioral interventions and parent training for children with developmental disabilities. By including family members in therapy, she hopes that parents can gain an understanding of the psychological needs of their child and feel empowered to take an active role in supporting their child’s development.

Sessions are conducted in English or Cantonese.

Helen Ko, Dpsyc

Registered Clinical Psychologist (Hong Kong)

Professional Qualifications

  • Member of the Hong Kong Psychological Society, Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP 568)

  • Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Clinical Psychologists (CP00392)

  • Member of Register of Clinical Psychologists accredited by Department of Health

  • Certified mindfulness instructor for children (Academy for Mindful Teaching – Method Eline Snel: Mindfulness Matters)

  • Certified facilitator for Tuning in to Kids parenting program

Education

  • Doctor of Clinical Psychology

    Murdoch University, Western Australia

  • Bachelor of Arts (Major Psychology)

    University of British Columbia, Canada

Dr Ko is a clinical psychologist with a doctoral degree from Australia. Her work focuses on helping children, adolescents, young adults and their families with their struggles in mental health.

Dr Ko has worked extensively with special needs children and their families since 2005. After completing her clinical training in 2016, she began she career as a clinical psychologist. She has then extended her clientele population to providing psychotherapy for students and young adults with mental health challenges as well as providing training to teaching professionals and parents. Her psychotherapy work focuses on the use of evidence-based treatments, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Emotion-Focused Therapy. Her clients include, and not limited to, those having challenges with depression, anxiety, OCD, adjustment disorder, school refusal, ODD, PTSD, grief and loss, self-harm behaviours and suicidal ideation.

She is passionate in spreading mindfulness to the community around her. She especially enjoys introducing mindfulness to children and adolescents as a way to pave a path for better attention, emotional regulation, and stress reduction.

Having spent the majority of her time overseas, as well as studied and worked in both private and public schools across Canada, Australia and Hong Kong, not only has she focused on attending to her clients’ developmental and mental health needs, but she has also developed a good degree of sensitivity toward various cultural needs.

Her services can be offered in English and Cantonese.

Matthew Lee, B.AppSc.(SpPath), CPSP (Australia)

Senior Speech and Language Therapist (English and Cantonese)

Professional Qualifications

  • Certified Practising Speech Pathologist, Speech Pathology Australia
  • Member of The Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapists
  • PROMPT – Bridging
  • Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding
  • Talktools Level 1 & 2
  • Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) – Level 1
  • Certified provider of Hanen More Than Words
  • Certified provider of Heep Hong Society’s Happy Parenting Program
  • Qualified examiner of the Hong Kong Cantonese Articulation Test (HKCAT)
  • Qualified examiner of The Hong Kong Cantonese Oral Language Assessment Scale (HKCOLAS)
  • Voicecraft
  • SCERTS Model

Education

  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology), University of Sydney, Australia

Matt received his Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology) from the University of Sydney, Australia.

Prior to moving to Hong Kong in 2015, Matt worked private practice serving mainstream local schools; running individual, small group and whole class sessions. Before joining ChildPsy, he worked at a known early education training centre (EETC) where he provided assessment and treatment in both English and Cantonese.

Moving in to his tenth year as a practicing clinician, Matt has had a breadth of experience working with children with different diagnoses including but not limited to Autism Spectrum Disorder, speech and language disorders and motor speech disorders. He has also worked in supportive classroom environments (four-day-a-week preschool programmes).

Matt has continued with his professional development, undertaking further training in areas such as PROMPT Bridging, Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding and Hanen – More Than Words, to ensure that he is able to reach out to as many families as possible.

Grace Tse, M.S., CCC-SLP (United States of America)

Senior Speech Therapist

Professional Qualifications

  • Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from ASHA (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association)

Education

  • M.S., Speech Language Pathology,
    University of Washington, U.S.A.
  • B.S., Speech and Hearing Sciences,
    University of Washington, U.S.A.
  • B.S.Sc. (Hons), Communication, Public Relations and Advertising,
    Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

Grace is one of the few American-licensed, bilingual (English and Cantonese) Speech and Language Therapists in Hong Kong.  She earned her Masters degree at the University of Washington, a consistently top-ranked Speech-Language Pathology graduate program in the United States.

Grace has particular interests in early developmental assessment and intervention.  As a member of ChildPsy’s multi-disciplinary team, her mission is to uncover a child’s potential and challenges in various early stages of development and communication.  By sharing this analysis with parents and teachers, she believes they can more effectively support the child’s learning and development at home and at school.

Grace is experienced in working with children with social anxieties and features of selective mutism. She systematically adjusts the therapy environment so that they can find and practice their brave voices and eventually use those voices confidently in social settings.  Her portfolio also addresses “late talkers” who need support building their verbal language.

In therapy, she meets children at their level and strives to be flexible—in mind and in limbs!—so children are engaged and motivated to listen and express themselves, while having fun in the process.

Grace has served in preschools, kindergartens, primary and secondary schools, children’s hospital, private clinics and birth-to-three centers in the United States and Hong Kong.  She is committed to staying up-to-date with learning and providing best evidence-based services.  She regularly attends professional workshops and enjoys working as a team with parents and her colleagues at ChildPsy.

Jasmine Pan, BSc, RCSLT (United Kingdom)

Speech and Language Therapist (Autism Specialist)

Professional Qualifications

  • Certified member of Royal College of Speech and Language Therapist (UK)
  • Full member of the Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapist (HKAST)
  • Licensed provider of EarlyBird programme
  • SCERTS Model
  • TEACCH Autism Programme
  • Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule -2nd Edition (ADOS-2)
  • Ayres Sensory Integration – Module 1

Education

  • BSc (Hons) in Speech and Language Therapy, City University London, UK

Jasmine is a qualified Speech and Language Therapist. She graduated from the City University of London with a BSc (Hons) in Speech and Language Therapy

Before joining ChildPsy, Jasmine worked at the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom, a position she held for almost five years. During this time, she had the opportunity to work in different settings as mainstream nurseries, primary and secondary schools, and specialist settings. Jasmine has extensive experience working with children with a range of speech, language and communication needs (SLCNs). She developed a specialism in autism through her experience working in a multi-disciplinary diagnostic team, formal training in SCERTS, TEACCH and ADOS-2, and working in specialist schools and units for children with autism. Jasmine develops and delivers post-diagnostic support for children and adults around them. 

Jasmine believes in the power of a strength-based approach to support children in reaching their full potential. She is committed to raising awareness and supporting the advocacy of neurodiversity. 

Jasmine is fluent in English and Cantonese and is experienced in working with children from multilingual backgrounds.

Chrysanne Chau, MSc-SLP

Speech and Language Therapist (Cantonese, English, Mandarin)

Professional Qualifications

  • Beckman Oral Motor Assessment and Intervention
  • PEERS for Young Adults Certificated Training
  • Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) LOUD
  • Talktools Level 1 & 2
  • Certified Practitioner of the Biber Protocol
  • Member of the Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapists (HKAST)

Education

  • Master of Science in Educational Speech-Language Pathology and Learning Disabilities, The Education University of Hong Kong
  • Bachelor of Nursing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Chrysanne is a speech therapist fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. She received her master’s degree in Educational Speech-Language Pathology and Learning Disabilities from the Education University of Hong Kong.

Chrysanne has worked in multiple settings, including public schools, non-government organizations (NGOs), workshops, and hostels. The majority of her experience has been in NGOs, where she has worked extensively with preschoolers, school-aged children and adults with autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disability. She is also experienced in providing services to school-aged children, particularly those with diverse speech and language needs.

Prior to becoming a speech therapist, she obtained a Bachelor of Nursing degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with clinical experience in the neurological ward. These experiences aided her in working with adults in areas of voice, swallowing, and neurogenic disorders (i.e. Stroke and Parkinsonism).

Chrysanne is dedicated in gaining new skills through ongoing learning and professional development. Furthermore, Chrysanne works closely with individuals and their families to facilitate effective communication skills development. Additionally, she strongly believes in the undeniable value of an interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to help children generalize their skills.

Kristan Leung, BSc(Hon), HKROT

Senior Occupational Therapist (Hong Kong)

Professional Qualifications

  • Registered Occupational Therapist I (HK)
  • USC Sensory Integration Certificate Program
  • American Occupational Therapy Association Membership
  • Irlen Certified Screener
  • Certificate in Therapeutic Listening
  • Certificate in Writing without Tears: PreK, Learning Without Tears
  • Certificate in Sensory Defensiveness
  • Certificate in Practical and Effective Strategies for Integrating Sensory and Motor Learning
  • Certificate in Improving Visual and Fine Motor Skills Using Neuroplasticity
  • Certificate in Assessment and Intervention Strategies Using the DIR/ Floortime Approach
  • Certificate in Pediatric Yoga
  • Certificate in Evidence-Based Strategies for Infant Positioning and Handling

Education

  • BSc (Hon) in Occupational Therapy, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Kristan graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a BSc (Hon) in Occupational Therapy. 

With over 15 years of experience, Kristan has an array of experience working with children. She has worked with children with varying diagnoses including sensory processing disorder, autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, Down syndrome, developmental delay, and neurodevelopmental disorders. Before coming to ChildPsy, Kristan held positions in organizations such as NGOs, schools and rehabilitation centres. 

Kristan is keen to further herself as a therapist, obtaining different certifications through continuing education. She brings a refreshing attitude to the team. Nothing gives her more joy than seeing her clients reach their full potential. 

Lydia Leung, HKROT, OTR (USA)

Senior Occupational Therapist (Hong Kong and USA)

Professional Qualifications

  • Part I of the Register of Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapist Board Hong Kong
  • Occupational Therapist, Registered (OTR), National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy, Inc. USA

Education

  • Master in Public Health, The University of Hong Kong
  • Professional Diploma in Occupational Therapy, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Course OT-610 (Course in advanced sensory integrative theory and practice), The University of Southern California, USA

Lydia Leung has been a paediatric Occupational Therapist for over 30 years. She received her Professional Diploma in Occupational Therapy from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and her Master’s degree in Public Health from The University of Hong Kong.

She received training in advanced sensory integrative theory and practice in the Ayres Clinic offered through The University of Southern California, U.S.A. In addition, she is certified in the administration and interpretation of the Sensory Integration and Praxis Test offered by the Sensory Integration International, U.S.A. She is also trained in Therapeutic Listening, Vital Links, U.S.A.

Lydia has worked in many settings, including public hospitals, rehabilitation centres, child assessment centres, early intervention programs, international schools, and private practice. Her areas of interest and expertise include autistic spectrum disorder, developmental delay, sensory integration and sensory processing disorder, learning difficulties and handwriting, developmental coordination disorder, and many other developmental conditions. During her many years of experience, Lydia has helped thousands of children to become more independent and resilient.

Yat Nam Au, MSW, RSW, RPT, Certified I-CCPT

Registered Play Therapist (US)

Registered Social Worker (HK)

Education

  • Master of Social Work (HKU, Distinction)
  • Bachelor of Arts (HKU)
  • Parent Education Professional Certificate (CUHK)

Yat Nam is a mother of two sons who graduated from the University of Hong Kong with distinction in the Master Degree of Social Work. She is now a Registered Social Worker, a Registered Play Therapist (RPT) of The Association of Play Therapy (APT) as well as a Certified Child-Centered Play Therapist of Centre for Play Therapy (CPT, UNT). As an enthusiast of humanistic psychology, she went overseas for further study in different psychotherapy approaches with many renowned teachers. She received Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) training from Professor Leslie Greenberg at York University in Toronto; Child-Centered Play Therapy (CCPT) and Child-Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) trainings from Dr. Dee Ray and Dr. Sue Bratton at the University of North Texasrespectively. She was also a fellow student of Dr. Janet Courtney learning FirstPlay® Therapy. In addition, she learnt OH Cards directly from the founder, Mr. Moritz Egetmeyer, who is a reputable psychotherapist. She has completed more than 120 hours of accredited courses at the OH-Cards Institute.

As a mother, social worker and play therapist, Yat Nam strives to promote unconditional love and acceptance. Over the years, she has served in different educational institutions ranging from preschools to universities, public as well as private organizations in various roles such as counselling, teaching, conducting trainings for parent empowerment, teachers and mental health professionals.

Lorraine Fung, B.A.

SEN & Dyslexia Specialist / Mindfulness Teacher

Professional Qualifications

  • Accredited Certificate in Dyslexia; Literacy, Support and Intervention (ongoing)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Principles of Assessment for Dyslexia and Literacy
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Perspectives of Dyslexia and Literacy
  • Certified paws b Mindfulness Teacher (for 7-11 years old)
  • Certified .b Mindfulness Teacher (for 11-18 years old)
  • Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course (MBSR)

Education

  • B.A. Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley

Lorraine graduated with a BA in Linguistics at one of the world’s top universities- University of California, Berkeley. She has been working in a range of educational settings since she was in college, including working as an English teaching assistant for some college writing classes, English tutor etc.

After graduation, she relocated back in Hong Kong and started her career at Autism Partnership (AP) as a Behavioural Therapist, where she received extensive training in handling children with severe social and emotional needs. In 2012, she joined Watchdog Early Education Centre as a Special Educational Needs Teacher to further her career in working with SEN children. As the SEN Teacher, Lorraine gained experience working with children with a various needs and abilities, including children with ASD, ADHD, ADD, Learning and Developmental Delays, Dyslexia, and Down’s syndrome. Some of the children she worked with were mainstream students where she provided interventions according to individual needs to better prepare them for mainstream’s learning.

In 2015, she further enhanced her knowledge in Dyslexia and Mindfulness in London. She completed some postgraduate certificate courses in dyslexia and literacy and also qualified as a mindfulness teacher for primary and secondary school children in 2017. She is now holding different dyslexia, mindfulness and social skills training courses for children from 3 to 12 in different organisations.

Mei Mei Wong

Administrative officer

Professional Qualifications

  • Level 4 Certificate in Vocational Graded Examination in Dance: Advanced 2 Ballet Royal Academy of Dance

Education

  • Bachelor of Social Science – Major in Psychology
    The University of Hong Kong

Mei Mei has a range of experience working in a variety of settings. She has worked with children for more than six years as an assistant dance teacher, where she has taught classes in ballet, jazz and hula. She has gained experience in administration and managerial duties, working as a receptionist and assistant manager across two dance centres. Mei Mei has also worked within a clinical setting, where she was an assistant nurse and medical receptionist, providing quality services to patients daily.

Mei Mei started working with ChildPsy in August 2019, where she supports and facilitates the workings of the clinic. In her spare time, she enjoys going to dance classes and playing badminton.

Irene Kwan

Clinic Administrator

Professional Qualifications

  • Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction Course (MBSR)
  • Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
  • Certificate in Aerial Yoga Teaching

Education

  • B.S.Sc. Psychology,
    Chinese University of Hong Kong

Irene has joined the team as Clinic Administrator since July 2022, where she assists in the operation of the clinic. She has been familiarised with the working of the clinic when she was working as a Clinic Assistant in Childpsy for the previous eight months.

Irene has been enthusiastic about pursuing a career in psychology. She attained her Bachelor of Psychology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, where she received Training in Guided Self-Help for Low-Intensity Psychological Interventions. Irene is also practising mindfulness and being trained to become a Youth Wellbeing Practitioner.