Dr. CHEUNG Chuen Yih, Amos

Dr. Amos C.Y. CHEUNG is Research Assistant Professor at the Department of Social Work and Social Administration at the University of Hong Kong. He is both a registered clinical psychologist and a registered social worker. His research covers youth mental health, Anxiety Disorders among child and adolescent, criminal behaviours, as well as on early assessment and intervention for the geriatric population (dementia and depression). Before joining SWSA, Amos worked in hospitals under the Hospital Authority. Apart from public talks and newspaper columns, Amos contribute his expertise as trainer for the Project HOPE in Mainland China and Family Reconstruction: Training for Trainers in collaboration with Shanghai Hongkou District Education Bureau, China. Dr. Amos Cheung is currently the Chair of the Division of Clinical Psychology, Hong Kong Psychological Society (Since 2014) and the President-Elect of the Hong Kong Psychological Society.

  • Room no. CJT-552
  • E: amoscy@hku.hk
  • T: (852) 39171161
  • Position: Research Assistant Professor

Cheung, C.Y. (Nov 2015). Treatment of childhood anxiety: CBT and beyond. Paper presented at The 1st Children Mental Health and Psychotherapy Peak Forum and Seminar. The Chinese Psychological Society.
Cheung, C.Y. (Oct 2015). Application of Focusing oriented approach to grief and bereavement. Paper presented at The 3rd China Focusing and Focusing Therapy Peak Seminar. Focusing China.
Wat, K., Tang, H.Y., & Cheung, C.Y. (In Press). Ch.18: Anxiety Syndrome. In HKGS Curriculum in Geriatric Medicine, (2nd ed.) (Ch.18). Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Geriatrics Society.
Hodges, J.R. (2013). Hong Kong - Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination – III Protocol (K.Y. To, C.Y. Cheung, K.K. Wu, C.Y. Yung, & C.C. Chan, Eds. & Trans.). Sydney: Frontotemporal Dementia Research Group (FRONTIER). (Original Work Published 2012)
Hodges, J.R. (2013). Hong Kong - Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination – III Administration and Scoring Guide (K.Y. To, C.Y. Cheung, K.K. Wu, C.Y. Yung, & C.C. Chan, Eds. & Trans.). Sydney: Frontotemporal Dementia Research Group (FRONTIER). (Original Work Published 2012)