Dr. Mok received her clinical psychology training in Hong Kong, and has been working as a clinical psychologist in the Hospital Authority for over 25 years, with special interest in infant mental health (IMH). She started her IMH training in the University of Melbourne and had clinical attachment at the Melbourne Royal Children’s Hospital in Australia. Besides, she also had overseas training in infant and young children mental health at the Tavistock Clinic in London, the Children’s Crisis Centre in Florida, and the Parent-Infant Research Institute in Melbourne. Her PhD was in Infant and Early Childhood Development with an emphasis in Mental Health & Developmental Disorders.
In regard to her clinical work, she has set up the Infant and Early Childhood Psychological Service in her workplace, offering specialized assessment and intervention for young children under five. She is actively involved in DIR/Floortime training for ASD young kids, infant cases with feeding problems, parent-child dyadic relationship assessment, and attachment-based parenting.
Dr. Mok is an associate fellow of the Hong Kong Psychological Society, and also a member of the Division of Clinical Psychology, and the Hong Kong Clinical Psychologists’ Association.