Our ABA Therapists
Samantha Fung, BSc in Psychology, RBT
Samantha graduated from the University of Bath (United Kingdom) with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She has previously worked at summer camps for young children in Hong Kong. During her third year of university, she completed a research internship at a Developmental Studies Lab at Harvard University which focused on the conceptual development of young children and their understanding of the world around them. Through these opportunities, she has gained immense experience in developmental research, and her passion of working with children has strengthened, further inspiring her to pursue a career in supporting children’s learning and wellbeing.
Samantha joined P.L.A.I. in 2020 right after graduating from university. Her goal is to help children with special needs gain important skills in a fun and exciting way in order to develop into the best versions of themselves.
- Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Psychology (University of Bath)
- Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) on the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board
Henry Tsang, B.Sc. in Psychology, RBT
Henry graduated from the Open University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology. During his university years, Henry would often volunteer to assist various therapists and special preschool teachers in conducting training sessions for young aged children with special educational needs. Through his experiences, Henry would come to develop a deep interest and passion in working with children with special needs, thus inspiring him to pursue a career path in supporting children's learning and wellbeing. Henry joined P.L.A.I after graduating from the Open University of Hong Kong in 2021.
Mira Wong, BSc in Humanities and Social Science, RBT
Mira graduated from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology with a Bachelor degree in the school of humanities and social science and a minor degree in psychological and behavioural science. She treasures every chance in supporting a child-centred learning environment in both community and school settings as she believes that learning is a crucial element for life. During her bachelor degree, she had experiences in holding summer camps and homework classes for children from the primary to secondary school level. Also, she has participated in a project implemented by the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups aiming to raise adolescents’ awareness of mental health and whole-person development in Hong Kong. With all these experiences, she decided to join P.L.A.I. after graduation and further support children to be motivated to learn and achieve their full potential in an ideal learning environment.
Candy Chua, BSc in Psychology, RBT
Candy was graduated from the Education University of Hong Kong, holding a bachelor’s degree in psychology. During her studies, she wanted to find a job related to children since they are not able to express their wants and needs thoroughly. She found a job that was data collection in a local kindergarten. Through 1 on 1 teaching, she tested children’s language and literacy levels, observing their responses and analyzing data for speculation. She was enthusiastic about interacting with children from different cultural backgrounds owing to their purity and innocence. Their smile and laugh motivate her to work. She joined P.L.A.I after graduation, aiming to assist children in emerging with mainstream schools and society and becoming independent people.
Bertha Chan, B.S., RBT
Bertha was graduated from Lingnan University with a bachelor degree of psychology. During her university years, she participated in project related to art therapy and worked with young aged students with special educational needs which focused on assisting them to express themselves through art and explore their possibilities. Through this experience, she developed a deep interest in working with children with special needs and a desire to help them reach their full potential in a fun and friendly environment. Bertha joined P.L.A.I after graduating from university in 2022 summer and further support children’s learning and wellbeing.
Charmaine Choi, B.S., RBT
Charmaine was graduated from The Education University of Hong Kong with a bachelor degree of psychology. During her university years, she have particated in lots of different research projects which involved working with children. As a result, she held a variety of experiences working with children in different ages and different background. These experiences motivated her to support children's learning as she believed every child had their potential that are waiting for someone to trigger it. Charmaine joined P.L.A.I after graduating from university in 2022 summer, hoping to help children with special education needs to improve their skills and find their potential.
Vincy Cheng, B.A. in Education, Culture and Childhood, RBT
Vincy graduated from The University of Sheffield (United Kingdom) in Bachelor of Arts in Education, Culture and Childhood. During her bachelor degree, she gained educational experience from different schools settings in the United Kingdom. She is committed to providing her students with an interesting and motivating learning environment that allows them to grow and develop. In her second year, she had a chance to work with children with special needs in nursery and primary school. Vincy believes that every child is unique, so if they cannot learn the way we teach, we teach the way they learn. She joined P.L.A.I. after graduating from the University of Sheffield in 2018 with the mission of improving children's quality of life.
- Bachelor of Arts in Education, Culture and Childhood (The University of Sheffield)