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Ms. Rhonda Poon

Clinical Psychologist

Registered Clinical Psychologist (Hong Kong Psychological Society)
M. Soc. Sc. (Clinical Psychology, HKU)
B. Sc. (Psychology, University of Surrey)

Trained and educated in Hong Kong, the United Kingdom and Australia, Ms. Poon is a registered clinical psychologist with experience in multi-cultural and international settings. As well as in private practice, she has worked at schools and non-profit organisations. She has extensive experience working with children, adolescents and adults with special education needs, especially Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Ms. Poon supports persons of all ages through assessment of developmental and emotional difficulties and psychological intervention. In treatment, she integrates aspects of cognitive behavioral therapy and behavioral modification with a systemic approach.  Her broad experience across different settings and working with interdisciplinary teams has given her the necessary skills to provide contextual support for individuals and their families.



Counsellor/Family Therapist


M Soc Sc (Counselling) (South Australia) | M Soc Sc (Marriage and Family Therapy)

Mr. Fung is Associate Counsellor and Family Therapist of Parks Psychological and Family Services. He is full Member of Asian Academy of Family Therapy and Preclinical Fellow of American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.

Mr. Fung graduated with distinction as Master of Social Sciences in Marriage and Family Therapy in University of Hong Kong, under direct mentorship of world-famous family therapist Dr. Wai-yung Lee. He is currently mentored by clinical psychologist Dr. Rachel Poon.

Apart from his practice as healthcare professional, Mr. Fung also provides counselling service for children, couples and families. He is committed to strive for the holistic health and wellbeing of the local population with his unique blend of expertise.

Mr. Fung is also active in writing. His articles on child health and family life appear frequently on online parenting platforms and his personal blog. His first book “I AM NO DOCTOR” was published in 2014. He has delivered numerous lectures and seminars for schools, parents’ organizations, social services agencies on various topics.


  • Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Directive Play Therapy for children and adolescents
  • Motivational Interviewing for adolescents
  • Parenting Counselling and Guidance
  • Circle of SecurityTM Parenting Course

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Dr. Charlotte Tang, Ph.D.

Principal Clinical Psychologist

Registered Clinical Psychologist (Hong Kong Psychological Society)
Associate Fellow (Hong Kong Psychological Society)
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (California, USA)

Dr. Charlotte Tang has over 15 years of clinical experience in the field of psychology in Hong Kong, United States and Canada. She has worked with many adult clients suffering from various emotional and behavioral issues such as depression, anxiety, phobias, obsessive compulsive issues, trauma, eating disorder, gender identity/orientation issues and prenatal/postpartum distress. She has also treated numerous children suffering from depression and anxiety as well as other developmental challenges such as attention deficit/hyperactive behaviors, autism and communication issues.

Dr. Tang mainly adopts a Psychodynamic approach in her clinical work. She received intensive training and possesses in-depth clinical experience working with infants and young children as well as their families at various locations in the United States such as Children’s Hospital Oakland, Through the Looking Glass*, and San Francisco General Hospital at University of California San Francisco.

During her clinical training in the United States, Dr. Tang became the first Chinese psychologist to obtain Harris-Fraiberg Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of California San Francisco (United States) in the Department of Psychiatry’s Infant-Parent Program.

Dr. Tang’s other clinical and research interests include Psychodynamic/Psychoanalytic Theory, Object Relations and Attachment Theory. 

 *Through the Looking Glass - National Centre for Children and Families with Disabilities is a nationally recognized center in the United States that has pioneered research, training and services for families of children with disabilities.

Ms. Wendy So

Senior Counsellor


M Soc Sc (Counselling)(South Australia) 
Certified PREPARE / ENRICH Practitioner

Ms. So is an experienced Psychological Counsellor with over 20 years of clinical counselling experience. She has special interest pre-marital counselling with the use of the PREPARE / ENRICH inventory which assists the soon-to-be married couple to have an overview of the marriage, their family of origin, communication patterns as well as their new roles in the family.

Ms. So is experienced in handling issues within couples and family members, providing guidance and training for both parents and children. Also, she has worked with adults, SEN child and adolescent suffering from different psychological and emotional issues.


  • Pre-material Counselling and Marriage Enrichment (Prepare / Enrich Inventory)
  • Family Therapy
  • Child and Adolescent Counselling

Dr. Luke TSANG

Family Physician


Dr. Luke Tsang is an experienced Family Physician with more than 30 years of clinical experience. He served in the Department of Health for many years. He is passionate in providing holistic healthcare services for the elderly, and he is now actively involved in the development of end-of-life care for terminal patients in Hong Kong.


  • General Medical Consultations
  • Risk Assessment
  • Elderly Health Service
  • End-of-life Care



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