In view of a growing demand for telehealth psychological services, HKICP has developed a document on “Clinical Practice Recommendations for Telehealth Psychological Services” to address the related ethical and practice issues. To read the full document, please click HERE.

HKICP was informed by the research team of The Hong Kong English Reading Ability Test for Primary-One Pupils (HKE) that HKE is a screening tool with a local norm specifically for primary-one pupils with Chinese as their first language across Hong Kong.

Members of HKICP are recognised to be eligible users of HKE. Members can follow the application procedure provided by the HKE Research Team to register and obtain the test. To access the application procedure, please login to the Member’s Area.

HKICP has issued a document on “Locally Normed Wechsler’s Intelligence Scales for Clients Across Age Ranges” to highlight the principles of choosing appropriate intelligence scale for people in Hong Kong for your reference. To download the document, please login to the Member’s Area.

HKICP has issued a document on “Managing risks of violence within clinical practice” to bring to your awareness of some well-established guidelines and protocols on the major areas of clinical risk management. To download the document, please login to the Member’s Area.

We are pleased to let you know that the Members Login page has been launched on the HKICP website to strengthen our online services for our members. To complete your first login,

  1. Check your email from Email住址會使用灌水程式保護機制。你需要啟動Javascript才能觀看它 to get the account login details
  2. Sign in at the Member’s Area
  3. Change the default password upon your first login

We encourage you to visit the Member’s Area regularly to check out the latest resources, check your latest registration status and keep your contact information updated. For enquiry, please contact HKICP's office via email at Email住址會使用灌水程式保護機制。你需要啟動Javascript才能觀看它.

The World Health Organization has issued a document Mental Health and Psychosocial Considerations During COVID-19 Outbreak on 18th March 2020, covering points to note and strategies for the general population, healthcare workers, team leaders and managers in health facility, care providers for children, older adults and people with underlying health conditions, and people in isolation. We encourage you to read this and to ensure a safe practice of clinical psychology under the pandemic.