A. Aims & Objectives
- Educate service users on the development and maintenance of good general and mental health.
- Develop and launch early prevention programs to reduce the incidence of general and mental health problems among service users.
- Provide crisis intervention to enhance the recovery of psychosocial and mental well-being of service users.
- Conduct research to identify and address the general and mental health needs of service users.
- Promote collaboration with health and mental health services in the provision of culturally sensitive practices to service users.
B. Our People
- 1). Board Members
Our association is governed by a board of directors who are volunteers that have years of experience in their respective field of work. They provide advice to staff of the association in order to ensure that a smooth and timely offering of services that will meet your specific needs.
Our board members include :
Professor WONG Fu Keung, Daniel (Chairman)
Mrs LAU-TAN Yee Wah, Ina (Vice-chairman - Clinical)
Dr. YUEN Yuk King, Caroline ( Vice-chairman - Administrative)
Miss HUANG Hsiao-Yun, Dolly (Treasurer)
Wilfred Kwok (Secretary)
About the Board members :
Professor WONG Fu Keung, Danielhas received training in social work and clinical psychology. As a university teacher, he has taught subjects relating to mental health social work, cognitive behavior therapy and counselling. He is a popular public speaker and trainer on mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. He also provides individual and group counselling for people with diverse mental health problems in Cantonese and Mandarin.
Ina TAN Vice-Chairman
Ina TAN, Lau Yee Wahis a practicing family therapist and psychotherapist, and clinical member of AAFT and PACFA. She has diverse counseling experiences : individual, family, student, migrant and Christian counseling. In the past 12 years, she is specialized in addiction and gambling counseling. Her personal interests include reading, meditation, movies, music/opera and travelling.
Dr. HUANG Hsiao-Yun, Dollyis an experienced social worker and has been working with older adults and carers for many years. She recently completed her PhD investigating aged care use by older Chinese-speaking immigrants in Australia. Her research interests and practice areas are aged care services, cross-cultural practice, mental health, and healthy and active ageing.