Dr. Hung Lap Kwan, Willy, Psy.D. completed his Doctor of Psychology
and Master of Arts in clinical psychology from the Alliant International
University/California School of Professional Psychology. He received his
Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling and Master of Arts in
Religious Education from the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary,
Fort Worth, Texas, USA. Dr. Hung is also an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS),
a National Certified Counselor (NCC) of the National Board of Certified Counselor (NBCC),
USA, and an Associate Fellow of the Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (HKPCA).
Dr. Hung had worked as a psychological counselor at the Counseling Unit of Chinese YMCA
of Hong Kong for many years and he has worked as private practitioner since 2002.
He received extensive training and experience working with individual, marital and
family therapy. Besides serving individuals struggling with mental and emotional disorders,
relational difficulties and psychological trauma, Dr. Hung has specialized in
working with death and loss issues. He has worked extensively with the cancer
patients and their family members.
Dr. Hung adapts mainly from psychodynamic orientation and systemic family approach.
He has experiences in providing individual and group supervision to practicing
counselors as well as counselors-in-training in the University setting. He has
conducted workshops on parenting, courtship, marriage enrichment, and personal growth.
He also published articles on parenting and marital issues in “Happy Family” magazine.
Dr. Hung believes that psychotherapy is a channel to help individuals and groups
enhance their awareness of the psychological bondage so as to broaden their choices
in making changes, such that their personal, social and relational functioning
is ultimately restored.