CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Isabel is a mindful thinker, social innovator, educator, professional psychologist, arts therapist, and an entrepreneur. Withholding the ambition to promote the importance of seeking connections of our body, mind and spirit in this technology age, Isabel aspires to provide accessible psychological services at a click and to advocate a balanced life as part of a bigger whole.
She holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from University of California, San Diego, a Master of Family Counseling and Family Education degree from Chinese University of Hong Kong, a Master in Educational and Child Psychology from Hong Kong Polytechnic University, a Postgraduate Diploma in Education from Education University of Hong Kong and a Master of Expressive Arts Degree from University of Hong Kong. She is a graduate member in the Division of Educational Psychology, Hong Kong Psychological Society (DEP, HKPS), and a registered arts therapist (AThR) at The Australian and New Zealand Arts Therapy Association (ANZATA) .
Ming Hiu Yau
CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
Ming is a technology expert, start-up entrepreneur and an enthusiast in human behaviors and psychology. He has extensive experience with setting up start up businesses and to provide information technology advancement at international investment banks. He has previously worked in different ibanks including the Bank of America, Morgan Stanley and UBS. He was also the co-founder and CTO of a fintech startup which acquired over 400,000 users.
Ming holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT MANAGER
Mavum is a registered teacher and an avid advocate in social innovation. With her creative mind, she had taken substantial roles in teaching, education, social services and corporate planning. She envisions to promote the mental well-being of everyone with technology.
Mavum holds a Diploma in Counseling and Psychology from Hong Kong Shue Yan University, a Postgraduate Diploma in Education from University of Hong Kong and a Master in Counseling Psychology from University of New England.
Ming Fai Yau
Ming Fai has a strong background in software development. He has previously developed mobile apps and websites for various technology companies. Ming Fai has a broad understanding of the China technology market with his previous work experience in Hong Kong and China.
Ming Fai holds a BA (Hons) degree in Computing from Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Our Featured Counselors
Mary Louise Chan, AThR
Louise is a Registered Arts Therapist (Expressive Arts), a child specialist, a former educator and also an artist who has great passion in the mental health field. Louise has worked with different populations from diverse backgrounds for her clinical practice. Louise is genuine in treating each client according to their unique personality, developmental stage, mental health and lifestyle circumstances. Louise cherishes every opportunity to serve those in need and is committed to develop psychotherapy and psychoeducation in Hong Kong.
She holds a Master degree in Expressive Arts Therapy from the University of Hong Kong. She is a Registered Arts Therapist (Expressive Arts) at The Australian and New Zealand Arts Therapy Association (ANZATA). Louise is also a Certified Mental Health First Aider (MHFA International & the Mental Health Association of Hong Kong). Louise has obtained the Certificate of Completion on the Post-Graduate Certificate in Therapeutic Play Skills at Play Therapy UK, Play Therapy International & the Academy of Play and Child Psychotherapy (PTUK, PTI & APAC). Apart from that, Louise is a committee member of the Expressive Arts Therapy Association of Hong Kong (EATAHK), a registered member and practitioner trainee under Play Therapy Hong Kong (PTHK) and Play Therapy International (PTI).
Cindy Yeung, AThR
Cindy has a genuine interest in psychology-related work, and she is particularly concerned about mental health in the community. She hopes to enhance the psychological health of people by providing adequate psychological services, and to help equip people to better cope with life challenges.
Cindy completed her Bachelor Degree in Psychology from the University of Melbourne, followed by a Master of Social Sciences (Mental Health) from the University of Hong Kong. At the same time, she devoted herself to engage in various academic studies with regards to promoting psychological health in the community. Later, with the desire to combine her interests in arts and psychology, Cindy completed the Master of Expressive Arts Therapy from the University of Hong Kong, and she is now a registered arts therapist (AThR) at The Australian and New Zealand Arts Therapy Association (ANZATA). Cindy is currently a committee member of the Expressive Arts Therapy of Hong Kong.
Mabel Nga-Sum Cheng is a Counseling Psychologist. She has been providing counseling service in various private and non-profit organizations. Her service targets include but not limited to adolescents, couples, SEN children and their parents, as well as adult with emotional distress. In addition, Mabel is passionate about promoting Career-Life Planning and Life Education. She has designed and delivered numbers of experiential learning activities for local secondary school students. Apart from counseling service, Mabel took part in research projects in local university. Her research interests included suicide prevention and positive youth development. She also served as a residential hall tutor in university and a lecture in counseling institute. Her counseling orientation includes client-centered therapy, psychoanalysis, and family therapy.
Mabel holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin - Stout in United States and a Master of Social Sciences in Counseling Psychology from the Hong Kong Shue Yan University. She is currently a graduate member at The Hong Kong Psychological Society and a Full Member at the Asian Professional Counseling Association.
Hazel understands and respects the uniqueness of each individual, and she believes that hope is always there for people. She is a life-oriented person, who hope people can fully be themselves within their life. Hazel is always passionate about counselling work. Over the past years, Hazel worked as a volunteer counsellor at the University of Strathclyde Research Clinic, Ayrshine Hospice, Relationship Scotland and In Care Survivors Service Scotland, in which she gained experiences in working with different types of clients, including people with depression, eating disorders, self-esteem issues, relationship and marital issues, and bereavement. Hazel is also experienced in conducting therapeutic groups for international students in the UK.
Hazel holds a Masters degree in Counselling Studies from the University of Edinburgh, and the PG Diploma Counselling from the University of Strathclyde in the UK, and is a member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy.
Ken Fung, PsyD
Ken is a clinical psychologist committed to helping individuals with different psychological issues. His major interest lies in the sophisticated emotional relationships between couples, friends and families. He believes that healthy relationships form a robust and supportive social network for individual to explore, mature and manage adverse situations.
Ken holds a Bachelor Degree in Psychology from the University of Auckland, a Master of Social Sciences (Criminology) from the University Hong Kong, and a Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology in the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP). He is currently a registered Clinical Psychologist of New Zealand and Australia, and is a relationship therapist (Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level 2 Trained).
Ken is actively involved in providing face-to-face individual/couple/family therapy and is experienced in offering online consultation to clients from different populations.