Dr WONG Chung Hin Willy, Specialist in Psychiatry, is the director of Hong Kong Psychiatry And Integrated Medical Centre, and the psychiatrist of the University Health Service, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is also a Certified Sex Therapist of Hong Kong Association of Sexuality Educators, Researchers and Therapists. His academic and professional qualifications include Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, The University of Hong Kong; Membership of Royal College of Psychiatrists; Fellowship of Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists; Fellowship of Hong Kong Academy of Medicine (Psychiatry); Diploma in Advances in Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Diploma in Practical Dermatology, Cardiff University. He also has a Master in Law (Medical Law), Northumbria University. He is also a certified practitioner of neuro-linguistic programming.

    He is a recipient of Japanese Society of Psychiatry And Neurology Fellowship Award in 2015. He was a fellow of the Postgraduate Overseas Specialists Training in St. Vincent’s Mental Health in Melbourne, Australia. He is a committee member in Pastoral Care Ministry under Diocesan Pastoral Commission for Marriage and the Family, Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong. He is a honorary consultant in Student Affairs Offices of Caritas Institute of Higher Education and Caritas Bianchi College of Careers, and the Church of Christ in China Kung Lee College. He is a speaker in the St. Francis Scholar Series Seminar in Caritas Institute of Higher Education. He is a director of Lok Chi Association Limited and Vocal Asia (Hong Kong) Limited. He is also a committee member of Hong Kong Life and Death Studies Association.

    He has been a columnist in many different newspapers and magazines in Hong Kong. He is an author of many books. He is currently a columnist in Joyful Youth of Kung Kao Po. He was a radio programme presenter in Digital Broadcasting Corporation Hong Kong Limited. He is currently a radio programme presenter in ‘Free as the Wind’ in Radio Television Hong Kong. He is a member of the Lion Rock Spirit Team in Oxfam Trailwalker Hong Kong in 2017.