Laurena CHEN

  • MSE (Hons) Occupational therapy

Laurena is a school based occupational therapist and currently works at an international school in Hong Kong. She has worked for the English School Foundation (ESF) for many years and has experience working with children from 3-19 years old with moderate and severe levels of disability in a school setting. She also has experience with individuals with Asperger’s as well as other mental disorders. She pursued her M.A degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Southern California and has experience working in early intervention. She also spent time working at Anaheim School District as well as the USC Lifestyle Redesign Center. She is an Ayres Sensory Integration practitioner and has certification in the USC/WPS SIPT, Therapeutic Listening and has extensive knowledge in lifestyle redesign. She has a passion towards sensory integration, coaching, as well as working with individuals with ADHD. Laurena believes that all children are born with their own set of strengths and talents. She firmly believes that it is her mission to help identify these gifts and to support her clients and their families to feel empowered in the process. It takes just one person, a parent, a teacher or a mentor to help cultivate their strengths and provide inspiration to guide them to success and fulfilment in life. In her free time, Laurena enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter and their two dogs.

Charmaine Lok Yue, LI

Master of Social Science (Counseling), Bachelor of Science (Hon) (Occupational Therapy), Sensory Integration and Praxis Test Certificate, Advanced Therapeutic Listening Certificate

With more than 10 years of experience working with children with developmental problems in various settings,including special schools, nongovernment organization and private clinics.

Charmaine is specialized in Paediatric Developmental Training and very experienced in performing sensory integration training and therapeutic listening, especially for children with Autism Spectrum or Attention Deficit.Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

She also provides clinical education and tutorial to students of occupational therapy.

Occupational Therapist