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Dr. Candice Powell


Dr. Candice Powell has been a practicing clinical psychologist for more than 10 years. She is also an honorary lecturer at The University of Hong Kong. She is diversely trained in psychological intervention including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Mindful Parenting (MP), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Emotion-focused therapy and Seeking Safety. She specializes  in working with adults with depression and anxiety, and other mental health issues including insomnia, grief, caregiver stress and trauma. She also translated books of “Mindful Parenting: Finding Space to Be in a World of To Do” and “100 ways to support recovery”.

Candice has devoted herself to the research-informed practice of psychological intervention and well-being promotion for the community. She is one of the pioneers of adapting trans diagnostic cognitive behavioral therapy, low-intensity psychological intervention, mindful parenting, and internet therapy in Hong Kong. She always feels grateful to be part of the journey of self-discovery and growth with her clients.


Individual psychotherapy, emotion management, or self-enhancement programs
Individual mindfulness program
Behavioral and emotion psychotherapy for adolescents
Couples counseling
Psychological assessment
Clinical supervision and training for mental health professionals
Corporate Workshops


PsyD (Clinical Psychology), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Master of Social Science (Clinical Psychology), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Master of Arts (Trauma Psychology), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Bachelor of Arts (Philosophy & Psychology), The University of Hong Kong
Trainer of Mindful Parenting program
Trainer of Unified Protocol for the Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders, Boston University
Certification of Dialectic Behavioral Therapy Skills: Intensive training, Behavioral Tech
Clinical supervisor of low-intensity psychological intervention, Flinders University


Hong Kong Psychological Society, Division of Clinical Psychology
The Hong Kong Institute of Clinical Psychologist
Association for Contextual Behavioral Science

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