Our Advisor - Academic, Professional Consultancy


Honorary Advisor

Dr. Lam is an experienced psychiatrist. She has been working in the field of mental health for many years, focusing on child and youth mental wellbeing, development and psychiatric treatment of children and adolescents with learning disabilities. Dr. Lam is also an Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at the Department of Psychiatry, Chinese University of Hong Kong; Honorary Clinical Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Medicine, and Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Social Administration, The University of Hong Kong. She is actively involved in professional training in mental health, especially passionate in visiting different schools and giving lectures to teachers, parents and the public to promote mental health and education. Dr. Lam is the Co-Chair of the Variety-The Children's Charity Hong Kong, where she is dedicated to helping underprivileged youth to reach their full potential.

Danny WONG


Danny was born in HK but immigrated to the U.K. with his family at a young age. During his professional career in London & Hong Kong, Danny has more than 30+ years of experience spanning the Public Sector, Banking, Fintech and Business Information. During this time, Danny has held senior leadership roles in MNC’s such as Thomson Reuters, Dun & Bradstreet, etc. Since retiring in his early 50’s, Danny has dedicated more of his time to one of his key passions - volunteering and charity work. In recent years, he has been involved with a number of charities such as the Hong Kong Society for the Blind, Oxfam, Food Angel and Wan Chai Methodist Centre for the Seniors, etc. Additionally, Danny acts as an informal Mentor to a number of young professionals as well as teaching English to youngsters looking to improve their English skills.

Kristin NG


Kristin completed her Master’s degree in Counselling at HKU after holding a Bachelor in Psychology from the University of Birmingham, UK. She is also a member of the Hong Kong Psychological Society (HKPS) and the Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (HKPCA). Her experience as behavioural therapist in her early career has helped her tremendously in empathising with caregivers of individuals with behavioural, developmental and learning difficulties. Besides counselling work, Kristin is currently working as a specialist teacher with students ranging from kindergarten to university level with stress and anxiety as well as special educational needs. Kristin is particularly keen to support adolescents who are struggling with various educational, emotional and mental issues. She provides counselling to individuals ranging from children to adults including anxiety, stress, life transitions, relationship and family issues.