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Dr. Fung is a Clinical Psychologist committed to helping individuals/couples/families with different relational and emotional issues using Gottman Method, Psychodynamic, CBT and Systemic approaches. 

Doctor of Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, USA
Clinical Psychology
Master of Social Science, The University of Hong Kong
Bachelor of Sciences, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Gottman Method Couples Therapy
(Level 3 trained)
Registered Clinical Psychologist
Australian Psychological Society
APS College of Clinical Psychologists

Dr. Ken Fung 馮逸健博士

Clinical Psychologist 臨床心理學家

Areas of Expertise

  • Couples counselling, addressing issues such as communication, commitment and trust, physical and emotional abuse, infidelity, repairing and rebuilding, recovery from loss
  • Depression, low mood, and bipolar disorder
  • General anxiety and social anxiety
  • Panic attacks 
  • Phobias and aversions
  • Obsessions, compulsions, and unhelpful habits
  • Transitions and life changes
  • Trauma and stress-related issues
  • Personality issues, including patterns of dysfunctional or maladaptive behavior, thoughts, and emotions such as self-centeredness, volatility and lack of empathy
  • Parenting issues, including communication and coaching
  • Online counselling for mood and anxiety-related issues

Approach & Bio

Ken is a clinical psychologist committed to helping individuals, couples and families with different relational and emotional issues. He uses Gottman Method Therapy and other approaches, such as psychodynamic and CBT, depending on the clients’ needs.

Apart from his role as a clinical psychologist, Ken found the platform Your Relationship Clinic on social media in 2013. He created an interactive channel to, on a pro bono basis, discuss with and offer emotional support to traditional Chinese-speaking people about their relational issues with partners, family members, friends, colleagues and pets.

In 2019, with the outburst of public emotion since early June because of the social unrest in Hong Kong, he has extended and prioritized his service to providing emotional support to Hong Kong residents. He has specialized in supporting those who have been traumatized by witnessing distressing events and the many emotional wounds that continue after them. Ken was named one of the “Top 100 Healthcare Leaders” by the International Forum on Advancements in Healthcare (IFAH) in 2019 for his voluntary services provided via social media.

Ken believes that communication is not only about meeting expectations and needs but also a channel for expressing genuine emotions through establishing a secure place for each other. This is the key to developing a healthy relationship not limited to couples but also among persons with different roles in the society.