Our Philosophy

We provide psychological services to clients in innovative and evidence-supported ways.

Team Members

Director
Lead Clinical Psychologist
DPsych (Clinical)

Dr. Andrew Stock

Dr Stock was born and grew up in Perth, and received his BSc while majoring in psychology from the University of Western Australia. After graduating, he worked in correctional services with inmates and their families just outside of Perth. Dr Stock then pursued and received his masters and doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University.

Dr Stock has worked in mental health for over ten years, providing therapy to adults, adolescents and families, often working with multidisciplinary teams to deliver integrated and effective care to clients. He has ample experience working with clients who are dealing with bereavement, compulsive behaviour, and/or relationship issues. He also helps clients respond healthily to diagnoses of relatively common mental health challenges such as anxiety and depression, by further examining the unhealthy processes that underlie these experiences.

Dr Stock is trained and experienced in family therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. The mindful integration of these therapies facilitates the provision of highly specified and well informed treatment for a range of psychological, emotional, relationship, work and/or academic related problems and challenges. He also offers psychological and psychoeducational evaluations to help understand clients’ personality and functioning, as well as inform educational and/or occupational plans and accommodations. Dr Stock also provides academic advisory sessions to clients who are pursuing masters level or doctoral level training, and has helped a number of students undertake and complete successful and significant theses and research.

Dr Stock is a Registered Member and a Registered Clinical Psychologist of the Hong Kong Association of Doctors in Clinical Psychology. Dr Stock is also a Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society, and a General Member of their Division of Clinical Psychology.

Clinical Psychologist
DPsych (Clinical)

Dr Jennifer Lau

Dr Lau received her masters and doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from UCLA. Dr Lau is registered with HKADCP , the Psychology Board of Australia, and the New Zealand Psychologist Board. She is also a member of the American Psychological Association.

At ClinPsych Services, Dr Lau conducts psychological and psychoeducational evaluations (children, adolescents, adults) and provides psychotherapy to adults and families presenting with psychological and emotional concerns, often associated with diagnoses such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and ADHD. Jennifer believes that clients know themselves best and her role is to find the help clarify and respond healthily to their inner experience in order to reach their full potential in life. Dr Lau utilises a client-centred approach and is fully committed to helping those she serves.

Clinical Psychologist
DPsych (Clinical)

Dr Jessica Tang

Dr Jessica Tang is a Hong Kong and UK trained clinical psychologist. Dr Tang received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, and master’s degree in Psychology from Northumbria University, UK.

Dr Tang treats adolescents and adults who suffer from mild to severe psychological distress, including diagnoses of depression and anxiety, trauma-related difficulties, abuse, relationship difficulties, stress/adjustment issues and acculturation issues, with a particular interest in trauma-informed work. Her approach is mainly informed by Psychodynamic and Cognitive-Behavioural (third-wave) theories. That means, there are times the therapy is focused more heavily on exploring thoughts and emotions unaware to oneself, examining what keeps one stuck behaving certain ways and identifying some recurrent yet unhealthy relational patterns. At other times, it is more about skill learning (e.g. mindfulness, emotional regulation etc.) and problem-solving to achieve symptom relief. Additionally, Dr Tang is getting familiar with Existential-Humanistic theories and Buddhism, which may enrich the therapeutic process and improve the understanding of an individual and his/her condition. Dr Tang believes she is a fellow traveller, just as the individuals who seek help from her are, walking together this journey that is full of ups and downs, emotions and uncertainty. She provides consultations and psychotherapy in Cantonese, English and Mandarin.

Dr Tang is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), the regulatory body in the UK, and is a chartered member of the British Psychological Society (BPS), and a member of the Hong Kong Association of Doctors in Clinical Psychology (HKADCP).

Child and Family Therapist
MSW

Katie Leung

Katie has over 9 years of experience working as a Child and Family Therapist at a Canadian accredited children’s mental health agency, providing clinical support to children and families who have social, emotional, trauma and/or behavioural needs. In private practice she supports adults with similar needs as well.

Katie received her Masters and Bachelors of Social work from York University in Ontario, Canada. In Canada, social workers can be trained as therapists and Katie was part of a mental health walk-in clinic team where families, children and adolescents drop in for therapy sessions. Children walk-in with a wide range of needs, such as, fear, anger, depression, loneliness, anxiety, worries, hearing loss, identity, school issues, bullying, peer conflicts, obsessive behaviours, separation and divorce, big transitions, self-esteem, self harm and/or thoughts of suicide. Katie is exceptional in supporting children and youth who have experienced trauma, such as a death of a family member, accidents, physical or/and sexual abuse. She practiced from a client-centred approach which means it is your goal and not her anyone else’s agenda.

Using narrative therapy, art therapy and collaborative problem solving approach, Katie is skilled in supporting families and individuals struggling with conflict, either with themselves, the problem or others. Katie understands that sometimes the problem can get in the way of your preferred relationships. From an actively listening stance, Katie is empathetic towards each family’s members or your needs and will work with you to achieve your goals.

Katie is registered with the College of Ontario Social Worker and Social Service Worker, Hong Kong Social Worker Registration Board and is a member of Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association. She speaks fluent English, Cantonese and American Sign Language.

Evaluations Coordinator
B.Sc (Psychology) in Progress

Iris Chan

Iris was born and raised in Hong Kong, and is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Psychological Science at the University of Queensland. She is a passionate learner and is experienced in administrative capacities. This combination makes her the ideal person for our Evaluations Coordinator role. This role is integral to the evaluations offered by ClinPsych Services, because of their encompassing and broad nature. Iris liaises with family members, teachers, colleagues, and other mental health and healthcare providers in order to gather all the necessary information for providing a thorough and helpful evaluation to our clients.

Company Secretary

Kylie Leung

Kylie is the glue that holds CPS together, providing consistent and professional support to our staff and clientele. Kylie is highly experienced in administrative roles, having spent over seven years in administration, plus another ten years providing support to businesses. Kylie is specifically responsible for booking appointments, liaising with clients regarding administrative issues, invoices and payments, and overseeing the utilisation of our clinic space in Central. Kylie is your go-to person when you would like to receive a prompt answer to any question you may have regarding our services.

Partnership

UP!health

UP!health is an innovative multi-disciplinary health concept based right in the heart of Hong Kong’s Central district. Offering various professional health services, we create bespoke healthcare programmes to meet individual and/or family needs.

ClinPsych Services officially teamed up with UP!health in 2019, in what we believe is a Hong Kong first – a shared workplace for teams that provide health services to the HK public! We are excited to be able to offer unique yet complementary services to clients who visit us on the 11th floor at Wellington Place.

En Masse

En Masse is a team of workplace behaviour change consultants helping organisations of all sizes build positive results in the areas of mental health, wellbeing, workplace culture, productivity, values, ethics, equal opportunity and psychological health and safety.

En Masse and ClinPsych Services teamed up in 2019, and together we assess, design, implement and evaluate behaviour change programs. We help organisations in Hong Kong to build employee skills and productivity while addressing their organisational need to invest in mental health, wellbeing and compliance.

CPS officially teamed up with UP!health in 2019, in what we believe is a Hong Kong first – a shared workplace for teams that provide health services to the HK public!