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.