The Hong Kong Clinical Psychologists Association (HKCPA) is registered in 1980 as a lawful organization that functions as a trade union to promote the interest of members. Members consist of qualified Clinical Psychologists working in Hong Kong. Over the years, the Association works to promote the mutual understanding between Clinical Psychologists and their employers, and expresses concerns on conditions of employment to employers in order to protect the interest of members. Besides, the Association also organizes professional activities for members such as visits and seminars.
HKCPA is proud to introduce FAIR CIRCLE @ Hong Kong Fair Trade Power to our members! FAIR CIRCLE @ Hong Kong Fair Trade Power is a social enterprise established in 2005. It is a member of the World Fair Trade Organization. Its mission is to mobilize fair trade movements in a holistic approach through advocacy and education, strengthening capacity of producers and sales of fair trade products.
From now to December 31st, 2020, FAIR CIRCLE is offering HKCPA members to enjoy 8% discount on regular priced items when purchase at their shops. HKCPA members can present their membership card or identity proof at the shops to enjoy the discount. For more information, please refer to the HKCPA Membership Benefit document in the Member Only area.
We are organizing a series of workshops with the Federation of Medical Societies of Hong Kong (FSMHK) on understanding, assessing and treating sex offenders. Various experienced clinical psychologists would share their knowledge and experiences with participants in the 6 sessions.
A seminar regarding the TVC (強積金可扣稅自願性供款) and QDAP(合資格延期年金保單)for civil servants organized by Hong Kong Chinese Civil Servants' Association will be held on 10 June 2019. HKCPA members are welcome to join. If you are interested, please log on to the “Member Only” section to download the application form for enrollment.
Date: 10 June 2019
Time: 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Venue: 8 Wylie Road, King’s Park, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
We are collaborating with the Federation of Medical Societies of Hong Kong (FSMHK) to organize a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program targeted to the healthcare professionals. Our member, Dr Chloe Chin has kindly offered her support to us to teach the course voluntarily.
We see this as a golden opportunity to promote our profession to the healthcare community. Please help to distribute the information to your colleagues and friends to invite them to join.
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On 15 March 2019, the Annual General Meeting of HKCPA has been successfully held at Hong Kong Red Cross Headquarters. A quorum was formed with 14 members attended in person and 12 valid proxies. New exco-members have been elected.
On 20th December, HKCPA was invited by a student group, the Psychology Enthusiast Circle of St Paul Co-educational College, to have a lunch sharing session. Our exco member, Ms Yawen Chan, joined the sharing session on behalf of HKCPA. The study path and the career prospect of clinical psychologist were discussed during the sharing session. We're delighted to see a growing interest in joining the psychology community among students in Hong Kong.
On 22nd November 2018, exco member Dr Eliza Cheung joined the Opening Ceremony and Keynote Session of the Gerontech and Innovation Expo cum Summit (GIES). As one of the supporting organizations of the GIES, HKCPA tried to educate the health sector and public that clinical psychologists are also playing a strong role in enhancing elderly well-being in a aging society.
On July 20, HKCPA was invited by Food and Health Bureau to attend a Consultation with Healthcare Professionals on District Health Centre in Kwai Tsing District. Our exco member, Dr Eliza Cheung, attended the consultation on behalf of HKCPA. We're happy to learn that awareness on mental well-being is rising in the community.
On 17th July, Hong Kong Clinical Psychologists Association (HKCPA) and Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP), the Hong Kong Psychological Society (HKPS) have joined together to offer a talk for 31 Clinical Psychology trainees of CUHK and HKU.
Issues related to Accredited Registration, tips on job interviews and experience of working at NGO were shared by experienced clinical psychologists including Dr Candice Powell, Dr Eliza Cheung and Dr Charles Pau. It was an enjoyable night and the participants gained insights on becoming a clinical psychologist.
A talk on civil liability for personal injury and professional misconduct was offered by Solicitor Mr Wilson Wong right before the Annual General Meeting. We thank Wilson for his precious sharing in enhancing members awareness on legal issues and professional conduct.