Hong Kong / UK

Sharon teaches, practices and supervises narrative therapy in Chinese/Cantonese and English. She first became an elite student of Michael White’s in 2001. Over the two decades since Sharon (alongside Dr Angela Tsun) was the narrative therapy teaching and training leader in Hong Kong.  Up until August 2020, she taught Social Work at Hong Kong Baptist University and was the Director of the Centre for Youth Research and Practice (CYRP). At CYRP, she organized and taught the One-year intensive narrative therapy training programme, supervised graduate students, and ran numerous collaborative projects with service users, practitioners and NGOs in Hong Kong. These projects aimed at indigenizing narrative practice in local communities and included collective narrative practice with young people struggling with drug use and isolation, male prisoners experiencing the harsh conditions of in correctional institutions, and parents of children with special educational needs.