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The Pro-Talent Association Ltd. was established in 2016 as a project supported by the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) under the Sustainable Knowledge Transfer Fund. The Association is founded by Professor Agnes Chan Sui-yin from the Department of Psychology, CUHK. Based on Prof. Chan's about 30 years of clinical and research experience in children
Storytaler is co-founded by Prof. Winnie Mak, Professor in CUHK Department of Psychology and Ms Amanda Li, Clinical Psychologist in 2015 and turned into a social enterprise in 2019. We aim to promote mental health and reduce psychiatric stigma. We believe we can all be a self-advocate and an advocate for others. We are a team of people with lived experience,
Established in 2018, Childhood Is Limited (CIL) is a social enterprise dedicated to improving children’s mental health, with a focus on three main areas: self-realization, positive values and psychological resilience. We offer a variety of school programs, counseling services and family activities to promote mental health among children and strengthen
Founded in 2010, Link Education aims at providing outreach service to secondary/primary schools & NGOs. Courses include Study skills in Chinese/English, social/ concentration/ execution skills, life-planning, etc. Our team equips with professionals like Clinical/ Counselling/ Educational Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Drama Therapists, experienc
The Counselling Centre aims at providing professional psychological counseling services to youngsters and their families, to help youngsters to cope with frustrations involved in growth, calm down their emotions, alleviate their pressure, strengthen their ability to solve problems and seek improvements, thus leading to personal growth.
We are International Music Therapy Centre(IMTC) is led by a qualified team of registered music therapists and psychologists seeking to provide professional and creative music therapy services to those in need, which include Students with SpecialEducational Needs, Physically Disabled, Mentally Disabled, Aged Care for Dementia, Stroke patients, Palliative Care