The aims of HKSSEP are to:
1. establish ourselves as the leading professional group in the field of Sport and Exercise Psychology in HK;
2. support and facilitate the application, promotion and research within the field of Sport and Exercise Psychology;
3. facilitate and organize conferences and seminars within the field of Sport and Exercise Psychology;
4. facilitate communication among the Sport and Exercise Psychology industry, both locally and globally;
5. provide knowledge and current news about Sport and Exercise Psychology to our members and the general public, and
6. publish journals and newsletters about Sport and Exercise Psychology.
Henry is a full-time Senior Sport Psychology officer in the Hong Kong Sports Institute (HKSI). He is a registered psychologist in the Hong Kong Psychological Society and Psychology Board of Australia. He provides sport psychology consultation services to elite athletes in HK within HKSI. His research interests includes mindfulness in sport, applied sport psychology intervention, & self-identity.
Vice-President (Programs and Courses)
Karen is the founding director of Inner Edge Ltd., the leading private Sport and Performance Psychology company in HK. She is first Consultant in the greater China area certified by the Association of Applied Sport Psychology, the world leading organization for Sport Psychology Consultants. She works extensively with athletes of all ages, level and backgrounds. Her current and previous clients range from youth to national level, from Hong Kong, Macau and Mainland Chinese record holders to American and Canadian National Collegiate Athletic Association (Division 1) athletes to high school performers in air pistol, basketball, dance, fencing, lacrosse, lawn bowls, marathon running, rowing, rugby, soccer, swimming, tennis, boxing, track and field, trail running and windsurfing. For more information please visit her company website here.
Angela is a full-time Sport Psychologist officer in the HKSI. She is also a registered Psychologist of Hong Kong Psychology Society. She provides Sport Psychology services to Hong Kong elite athletes. Her research interests include applied sport psychology intervention, as well as gender and cultural differences.
Andy is a full-time lecturer in the department of Health and Physical Education at Education University of Hong Kong. He is a motor learning expert and his researches focus on the nature and effect of motor learning instruction in children and has made a dozen of publications in this field. Meanwhile, he also has research interests in the quality of life in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and has initiated several research projects with different special schools in Hong Kong.
Xiaobo is a full-time Senior Sport Psychologist officer in the HKSI. He is also is a registered Psychologist of the Hong Kong Psychology Society. His main job is to deliver Sport Psychology services to elite athletes within HKSI. His research interests include mental skills training within Chinese cultures.
Jingdong is currently a Research Assistant Professor of the Hong Kong Baptist University Faculty of Social Sciences. His research interests include how social and psychological factors affect people’s behavior and experiences in various settings, such as school, sport, exercise, and community.
Roy is an Associate Professor in the Hong Kong Baptist Theological Seminary. He was the Founder of HKSSEP and the President of our Society for 8 years, and now sits as part of our Executive Committee. He was an Associate Professor in the Chinese University of Hong Kong for 16 years. He has consulted with top athletes and teams in Hong Kong and China for the past 30 years, including world-class athletes ranked top 5 in the world. He has worked with athletes in fencing, golf, basketball, football, rock-climbing, track-and-field, lawn bowls, badminton and swimming. He also consults with businesses in executive Life-Coaching. He is one of the few Sport Psychologists in the world who specializes in Sport Hypnosis.
Gangyan is the past President of International Society of Sport and Exercise Psychology. He is the head of Sport Psychology Department of HKSI. He has been in the field of applied Sport Psychology for over 30 years, and has delivered sport psychology services to high profile athletes of HK and Mainland, China. He is the only Sport Psychologist of Hong Kong Olympic Delegation from 2004 Athens Olympics to 2012 London Olympics. His research interests focus on cross-culture issues, adversity coping model of sport psychology, mindfulness and mental training.