專業支援團隊 Professional Support Team

Ms Tse Sze Chun, Student Guidance Teacher

Ms Mok Ka Man, Social Worker

Miss Cheung Chi Wa, Speech Therapist



  Speech therapist is mainly responsible for assessing and training speech abilities of students with speech impairments. Therapy sessions are given to students individually or in small groups. In addition, induction training will be conducted as needed. The training involves different speech training and improve their communication skills, including: articulation and pronunciation, logical thinking, sentence and text comprehension, story description, vocabulary and sentence pattern use, voice use, and speaking fluency training.

  Appropriate speech therapy can improve students' pronunciation, logical thinking skills, oral comprehension skills and expression skills.

  After having the speech therapy training, students will improve their communication skills in different aspects and their self-confidence will be enhanced and their communication skills and learning ability can be improved too.


Ms Karman Tong, Educational Psychologist


  作為一位教育心理學家,也是一名母親,我很明白在資訊大爆發、充滿競爭的21世紀中,香港家庭所面對的各種挑戰。新生代孩子的父母除了要計劃孩子的生活和學業、顧及他們成長上的心靈需要、管教孩子的行為等等外,同時也要兼顧繁重的日常工作。另一方面,當孩子遇到挫折時,他們也十分需要家長的陪伴與關懷,維持良好的溝通和信任,從而幫助他們建立自信和自我價值感。我相信在家長陪伴孩子克服各樣挑戰的過程中,其實雙方也是一同成長,一同改變和增值,也是建立彼此良好關係的契機。著名的奧地利心理學大師阿德勒 (Alfred Adler) 曾指出,孩子在成長環境中都會有或多或少的自卑感,所以教育孩子消滅自卑和不安是一個重要的任務,幫助他們建立解決問題的能力、有自尊感的生活方式。遵循阿德勒學説的學者提出「溫和而堅定」的正向教養方式:「不過度懲罰又不溺愛」,多鼓勵讚賞孩子的努力和進步,正是能培育孩子成爲自主負責、關愛他人的理想策略。




  "Raising children… was about identifying and amplifying their strengths and virtues and helping them find the niche where they can live these positive traits to the fullest." (from Martin E.P. Seligman, the book "Authentic Happiness")

  I am currently working as a school-based educational psychologist in Hong Kong Lutheran Church. I have many years of experience in providing school-based educational psychological services to primary and secondary schools. My services include assessing students’ need and providing support to those students who are in need. I also give advice on counseling students, teacher professional development and parent education.

  As an educational psychologist and a mother, I understand the challenges the families face nowadays. Parents of the new generation of children not only have to plan their children's life and studies, but also the care of their spiritual needs for growth, discipline their children's behavior, etc. On the other hand, when children encounter setbacks, they also need the care of their parents and it is a good chance for parents and students to build up relationship and trust among themselves. I believe that in the process of parents accompanying their children to overcome various challenges, both parties are growing, changing and adding value together, and it is also an opportunity to establish a good relationship with each other. The famous Austrian psychology master Alfred Adler once pointed out that children will have more or less inferiority complex in their growing environment, so it is an important task to educate children to eliminate inferiority complex and anxiety, and help them establish the ability to solve problems. Scholars who follow Adler's theory propose a "gentle but firm" positive parenting method: "not excessive punishment and not spoiling", encouraging and appreciating children's efforts and progress is the ideal way to cultivate children to become independent, responsible and caring for others.

  I understand the importance of cultivating children's whole-person development. In future, I look forward to working together with the teachers and parents. In addition to helping children grow in knowledge, I will also help them through different services and activities, discover their interests and strengths, cultivate their self-confidence and self-esteem, and let them spend the primary school happily and meaningfully.

  Here are two famous quotes that I like very much, and I would like to encourage them with you.

  "Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it." "Bible: Proverbs 22:6"

  "Raising children… was about identifying and amplifying their strengths and virtues and helping them find the niche where they can live these positive traits to the fullest." (from Martin E.P. Seligman, the book "Authentic Happiness")