4th Floor, Prime Mansion, 183-187 Johnston Rd., Wan Chai, Hong Kong
MSocSc (Educational Psychology), University of Hong Kong
PGDE (Chinese – Primary), University of Hong Kong
M.A. (Hons) (Natural Sciences – Experimental Psychology), University of Cambridge, U.K.
With her training in Hong Kong and the U.K., Michelle is passionate about providing professional and comprehensive support to children in order to help them recognise and develop their strengths and achieve their potential.
Having received her education and training in both Hong Kong and the U.K., Michelle has an in-depth understanding of the local and international education systems and curriculums, in addition to the difficulties school-age children may face. She has six years of experience in supporting students with learning, behavioral and emotional needs, as well as their parents, teachers, and other school personnel as a school-based educational psychologist. She also served as Specialist in the Education Bureau and took part in the development and implementation of The ‘Tiered Autism Intervention for Students with ASD’ Model (AIM) in local primary and secondary schools.
Michelle strongly believes that timely assessment and intervention, along with effective collaboration between parents and teachers in providing suitable support, are paramount in helping children achieve their potential.
- Registered Educational Psychologist, Hong Kong Association of Educational Psychologists
- Elected Council Member, Hong Kong Psychological Society
- Committee Member, Convener of Public Relations Sub-Committee and Graduate Member, The Division of Educational Psychology, Hong Kong Psychological Society
- Chartered Psychologist, British Psychological Society