Dr. Cheung is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in California and received his clinical training and Doctor of Psychology degree from Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University. He completed his vigorous predoctoral training at the National Asian American Psychology Training Center (NAAPTC) at Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. (RAMS) and was subsequently hired as staff, where he treated adults, adolescents and children of various ethnic and diagnostic backgrounds in the Richmond District of San Francisco.
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Areas of Interest
Dr. Cheung is extensively trained and experienced in treating adults, adolescents and children who struggle with a wide range of emotional, interpersonal and/or behavioral difficulties, including but not limited to depression, anxiety, panic attacks, complex trauma, abuse, grief, characterological disorders, compulsive behaviors and addiction. He also works with couples and families who need help dealing with communication difficulties, divorce, major losses, issues with trust, infidelity, and conflict-resolution. Dr. Cheung also works extensively with young adults when he served as a Staff Therapist for about three years at the Biola Counseling Center in La Mirada, CA.
Drawing upon his training and experiences, Dr. Cheung's developed specialties in treating individuals with severe mental illnesses such as psychosis and autistic spectrum disorders, characterological disorders, acculturation difficulties, and Christians who struggle with intimacy with God, guilt, and victims of spiritual abuse. As a bicultural and bilingual therapist in Cantonese, Dr. Cheung is dedicated to serve the local Chinese and Chinese-American community in San Francisco who struggle with acculturation and other immigration-related struggles.