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.
Since its establishment, the HKCPA has relied on enthusiastic members to serve in the Executive Committee. In 2020-21, there are seven Ex-co members coming from different work settings. They work together to create new ideas for the benefits and welfare of members.
Any person who possesses the professional qualification to practice as Clinical Psychologists in Hong Kong and is employed under the title of "Clinical Psychologist" in Hong Kong can apply for membership. For further details, please refer to our Membership Section.
History and Achievements
"Fighting for Fair Salary Adjustment" Working Group was set up on 22.9.2007, in response to the unfair salary adjustment for clinical psychologists (CPs) recruited after 2000. The working group aims at fighting for fair salary adjustment, with the recognition of the colleagues' work experience. The working group comprised of representatives from Hospital Authority, Social Welfare Department, Department of Health and Non-government Organization.
Executive Committee Member (2020-2021)
Dr. Cheung Yee-lai Eliza
Ms. Wong Elsie
Mr. Chan Yuk Lun
Ms. Chan Yawen
Dr. Pau Wai-ho Charles
Ms. Leung Hoi-Ki Sharon
Ms. Chan Wing Yu