Chairman
 Dr. Wong Chee-wing

BA (Hons.)
MPhil (Lond.)
PsychD (Surrey)
FHKPS, AFBPsS, MAPS
Registered Clinical Psychologist, Hong Kong Psychological Society
Registered Clinical Psychologist, Australian Psychological Board
Registered Clinical Psychologist, Health Professions Council, UK


Dr. Wong Chee-wing received his clinical psychology training from the Institute of Psychiatry in London. He started his career as one of the pioneering clinical psychologists in Hong Kong. Dr. Wong then moved to Australia and worked as Chief Clinical Psychologist coordinating community psychology services in north metropolitan Adelaide. Upon returning to Hong Kong, he was appointed Head of Clinical Psychology Services, Kwai Chung Hospital, and Cluster Coordinator of psychological services for the Kowloon West Cluster of the Hospital Authority. Dr. Wong holds joint appointment as Adjunct Associate Professor to the Faculty of Medicine and the Psychology Department, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is also an Adjunct Associate Professor to the Department of Psychology of the Hong Kong University. He has extensive experience in teaching and supervising clinical psychology trainees in Hong Kong, Australia and Mainland China. His clinical interests are mood disorders, neuropsychology and forensic psychology. His research interests are in the fields of negative affect structure, OCD and the commonalities between anxiety and depression. In recent years, Dr. Wong has been teaching CBT and psychopathology in various cities around China. He aspires to establishing more systematized trainings in CBT as a way of ensuring good competency standards. The establishment of CACBT is one way to achieve this goal. Dr. Wong is now in private practice; and is Director of the Hong Kong Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Centre (HKCBTC).


 Vice Chairman
 Dr. Calais Chan Kin-yuen

BSc (Psych) Hons
MPsych (Clinical) Hons
PhD (UNSW)
MAPS FHKPS FCACBT Reg Psych (NSW, HKPS)
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology (HKU)
Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry (CUHK) 


Dr. Calais Chan received his PhD in Experimental Clinical Psychology from the University of New South Wales in Australia. His major research interest lies in role of cognitive processes underlying human emotion and psychopathology. He has more than 20 years of experience in professional practice of clinical and health psychology both in Hong Kong and Australia. Apart from running his private practice, Dr. Chan also serves as Associate Professor concurrently in the Department of Psychiatry of Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Department of Psychology of University of Hong Kong. Dr. Chan is now Scientific Secretary of the Chinese Association of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.


General Secretary
Dr. Mike Wong Tak-po

BA (Hons.)
MSocSc (Clin. Psych.)
PsyD (HKU)


Dr. Mike Wong has obtained his MSocSc in Clinical Psychology and PsyD from the University of Hong Kong. He has been working in Kwai Chung Hospital as a Clinical Psychologist since 1996. He is currently also consulting in Princess Margaret Hospital's Clinical Oncology Services. He has been appointed as Honorary Clinical Supervisor of the Clinical Psychology Programme at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Hong Kong since 2000. Dr. Wong has rich experience in working with the elderly psychiatric patients and cancer patients. His research interest is in the neuropsychological, especially memory profile of people with Mild Cognitive Impairment. Dr. Wong has been involved actively in the Interest Group for the Psychological Aspects of Aging, Division of Clinical Psychology, Hong Kong Psychological Society.


Treasurer
Dr. Alice Kwok

MSocSc (Clin. Psych.) (CUHK)
PhD (CUHK)


Dr. Alice Kwok received her Masterˇ¦s degree in Clinical Psychology and PhD from The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). She has accumulated over 19 yearsˇ¦ experience in professional practice in the public sector in Hong Kong. She is currently the Senior Clinical Psychologist of the New Territories East Cluster. Within the Hospital Authority, her other professional appointments include a position as the Cluster Coordinator for the New Territories East Cluster; a committee member of the Clinical Coordinating Committees (Clinical Psychology) and the Hospital Coordinator for the Disaster Psychosocial Service Team at Prince of Wales Hospital. In addition to hospital work, Dr. Kwok is a member the Advisory Board for the clinical psychology program in CUHK. She is also appointed as an Honorary Clinical Supervisor for both clinical psychology programmes in Hong Kong. Dr. Kwok has joint appointments as Adjunct Assistant Professor and Clinical Tutor at the Department of Psychiatry of CUHK. Her other notable professional work included serving as a committee member of the Advisory Board working towards the local translation and adaptation of the WAIS-IV in Hong Kong.


Scientific Secretary
Dr. George Chong Heung-chuen


BA (Hons.)
MSocSc (Clin. Psych.) (HK)
PhD (CUHK)
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George obtained his MSocSc in Clinical Psychology from the University of Hong Kong and PhD from The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). He has been practicing as a clinical psychologist in a psychiatric hospital and a psychiatric out-patient clinic for more than 10 years. He has been appointed as Honorary Clinical Supervisor of the Clinical Psychology Programme at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Hong Kong since 1998. George has rich clinical experience in treating adults suffering from anxiety and depressive disorders. He has been involved in studies on hoarding behaviours, adjustment to SARS, and psychometric evaluations of clinical scales. Together with Dr. C.W. Wong, he designed the Psychological Intervention Programme for Early Psychosis (PIPE) in Hong Kong. His current research interests include psychological processes underlying psychosis.

 

Membership Secretary
Dr. Amy Kwok


MSocSc (Clin. Psych.) (CUHK)
PhD (CUHK)
a


Dr. Amy Kwok obtained her MSocSc in Clinical Psychology and PhD from The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). She has been working in local public hospitals since 2001. She is appointed as Honorary Clinical Supervisor of the Clinical Psychology Programme at CUHK and the University of Hong Kong. Dr. Kwok has rich clinical experience in treating adults suffering from anxiety and depressive disorders. Her research interest is in obsessive compulsive disorder and insomnia.

 

Professional Consultant
Dr. Michael G. C. Yiu
MB BS (HK)
MRCPsych (UK)
FHKCPsych
FHKAM (Psychiatry)
Specialist in Psychiatry


Dr. Yiu is a psychiatrist working in the public mental health service in the field of general psychiatry. He is Cluster Chief of Service (Psychiatry) of the Kowloon East Cluster, Chief of Service and Consultant Psychiatrist in the Department of Psychiatry, United Christian Hospital, Hospital Authority of Hong Kong. He was trained in forensic aspects of psychiatry at the Institute of Psychiatry and Broadmoor Hospital of the United Kingdom.

Dr. Yiu is currently Chairman of Psychiatric Tutors' Committee of the psychiatric training scheme in Hong Kong. He holds the position of Adjunct Associate Professor of the Department of Psychiatry, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is convenor of the Quality Assurance Sub-committee, Coordinating Committee in Psychiatry of the Hospital Authority. He serves in the Education Committee of the Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists. He is a member of the management committee of the United Centre of Emotional Health and Positive Living established under the auspices of the United Christian Medical Service.


Professional Consultant
Dr. Chan Wah-fat

MB BS (HK)
MRCPsych
FHKCPsych
FHKAM (Psychiatry)


Dr. Chan works in Psychogeriatrics as well as General Adult Psychiatry. He is Consultant Psychiatrist in the Department of Psychiatry, Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital, Chai Wan, Hong Kong. His previous and current honorary posts include: Honorary Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, The University of Hong Kong; Vice-President (2001 - 2003) and President (2003 - 2005) of the Hong Kong Psychogeriatric Association; Honorary Secretary (1994 - 2000), Honorary Treasurer (2000 - 2004), and Chairman of Scientific Committee (2005) of the Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists.


Professional Consultant
Dr. Roger M.K. Ng

MB ChB (CUHK)
MSocSc (Birm.)
MRCPsych (UK)
FHKAM (Psychiatry)


Dr. Roger Ng is a consultant psychiatrist working in a public hospital. He is also team head of a community psychiatric and rehabilitation teams, serving patients suffering from severe mental illnesses. He started his interest in cognitive therapy since 1995, when he was fascinated by the development of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for schizophrenia. He received training in cognitive therapy and cognitive therapy supervision in the Beck Institute of Cognitive Therapy and Research. He is currently a fellow of Academy of Cognitive Therapy of USA. He has published dozens of papers on psychiatric rehabilitation and cognitive therapy. He has also presented topics on cognitive therapy for Chinese and severe mental illnesses in several local and international conferences. His research interests include cognitive therapy for psychosis and personality disorders, and cultural adaptation of cognitive therapy for Chinese population. He is currently assistant editor of International Review of Cultural Psychiatry, regional editor of International Journal of Culture and Mental Health. He is also Chairman of Scientific Committee, Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists.