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WONG Chee-Wing
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Qualifications:PsychD, Surrey
Appointment:Adjunct Associate Professor
Office:Rm 616, Sino Building
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Tel:3943 8146
Fax:2603 5019

Brief Introduction

Prof. Wong received his MPhil degree in Clinical Psychology from the Institute of Psychiatry in London, and his PsychD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Surrey.  He is currently a registered clinical psychologist of the Hong Kong Psychological Society, a registered psychologist in the Australian Psychological Board, and a registered clinical psychologist with the Health Professional Council in the UK.  Prof. Wong is a Fellow of the Hong Kong Psychological Society (HKPS), ex-President of the HKPS, Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, and Member of the Australian Psychological Society.  He has extensive clinical, teaching and supervisory experience in Hong Kong, Australia and China.  His major research interest is in the affect structure of anxiety and depression.  He is a founding member of the Research Consortium for Intrusive Fear (RCIF) headed by Professors David A. Clark and Adam Radomsky.  He is also an Honorary Associate Professor of the Department of Psychology, The University of Hong Kong; and Honorary Professor of the Gannan Medical University in Jiangxi Province, PRC.  In addition to university teaching, Prof. Wong runs a private practice in clinical and forensic psychology.  He is founding Chairman of the Chinese Association of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CACBT), and President of the 8th International Congress of Cognitive Psychotherapy (ICCP 2014) held in Hong Kong between 24-27 June 2014.  Prof. Wong is active in conducting regular CBT training courses in China since 2001.

 

Teaching Areas

2017-18
  • PSYC6020 Special Topics in Clinical Practices
  • PSYC6100 Ethics and Professional Issues
  • PSYC6720 Assessment of Psychopathology and Personality

 

Research Interests

  • The relationship between anxiety and depression from a structural perspective.
  • Obsessive Compulsive Spectrum Disorders in a cross-cultural perspective.

 

On-Going Research

  • The Origins of Intrusive Fear: An International Collaboration on Disturbing Intrusive Thoughts. Research Consortium on Intrusive Fears (RCIF): A cross-cultural research group under the Obsessive Compulsive Cognition Working Group (OCCWG) led by David A. Clark of New Brunswick University, Canada.

Representative Publications

(Last 10 Years)

陳乾元 及 黃熾榮 (2015). 第三節:「中國香港地區精神疾病司法鑒定的概況」。賈福軍,郭光全,蔡偉雄 主編《 精神疾病司法鑒定 ---刑事篇》。人民衛生出版社。

Clark, D. A., Abramowitz, J., Alcolado, G. M., Alonso, P., Belloch, A., Bouvard, M., Coles, M. E., Doron, G., Fernández-Álvarez, H., Garćia-Soriano, G., Ghisi, M., Gómez, B., Inozu, M., Moulding, R., Radomsky, A. S., Shams, G., Sica, C., Simos, G., Wong, W. (2014). Part 3. A question of perspective: The association between intrusive thoughts and obsessionality in 11 countries. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 3, 292-299.

Moulding, R., Coles, M. E., Abramowitz, J. S., Alcolado, G. M., Alonso, P., Belloch, A., Bouvard, M., Clark, D. A., Doron, G., Fernández-Álvarez, H., Garćia-Soriano, G., Ghisi, Gómez, B., Inozu, M., Radomsky, A. S., Shams, Sica, C., Simos, G., Wong, W. (2014). Part 2. They scare because we care: The relationship between obsessive intrusive thoughts and appraisals and control strategies across 15 cities. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 3, 280-291.

Radomsky, A. S., Alcolado, G. M., Abramowitz, J. S., Alonso, P., Belloch, A., Bouvard, M., Clark, D. A., Coles, M. E., Doron, G., Fernández-Álvarez, H., Garćia-Soriano, G., Ghisi, M., Gómez, B., Inozu, M., Moulding, R., Shams, G., Sica, C., Simos, G., Wong, W. (2014). Part 1- You can run but you can't hide: Intrusive thoughts on six continents. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 3, 269-279.

Wong, C. W. (2013). Collaborative empiricism in culturally sensitive cognitive behavior therapy. Special Edition: Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. 20, 390-398.

Wong, C. W., & Ng, R. M. K. (2012). Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in China: Developments and future prospects. In: Naeem, F. & Kingdon, D. (ed.). CBT outside western world: Research, practice and future directions. Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

Yin, Y., Jin, C. F., Hu, X. L., Duan, L., Li, Z. X., Song, M., Chen, H.,Feng, B., Jiang, T. Z., Jin, H., Wong, C. W., Gong, Q. Y., & Li, L. J. (2011). Altered resting-state functional connectivity of thalamus in earthquake-induced posttraumatic stress disorder: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Brain Research, 1411, 98-107.

Wong, C. W. (2011). Psychological management of trauma in the 21st century: The role of cognitive behavioural approaches in conceptualization and treatment. In: K. K. Wu, C. S. Tang, C. S. & E. Leung (ed.). Healing Trauma: A Professionals' Guide. Hong Kong University Press.

Wong, C. W., & Ng, R. M. K. (2010). Promulgating Cognitive Therapy in China. Advances in Cognitive Therapy, 10 (2), 6-8.

李凌江主編,郝偉、黃熾榮、肖水源副編 (2008). 行為醫學 (第二版). 長沙:湖南科學技術出版社。

So, S. H. W., & Wong, C. W. (2008). Experience and coping with auditory hallucinations in first-episode psychosis: Relationship with stress coping. Hong Kong Journal of Psychiatry, 18, 69-75.

So, H. W., Chen, E. Y. H., Chan, R. C. K., Wong, C. W., Hung, S. F., Chung, D. W. S., Ng, S. M., & Chan, C. L. W. (2006). Efficacy of a brief intervention group for carers of people with first episode psychosis: A randomized controlled study. Hong Kong Journal of Psychiatry, 16, 92-100.

Cheng, S. K. W., Chong, G. H. C., Chang, S. S. Y., Wong, C. W., Wong, C. S. Y., Wong, M. T. P., & Wong, K. C. (2006). Adjustment to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS): Roles of Appraisal and Post-traumatic Growth. Psychology and Health, 21, 301-317.