Dr. POWELL, Candice
Dr. Powell is a highly experienced clinical psychologist with nearly 15 years of practice. In addition to her clinical work, she holds an honorary lecturer position at The University of Hong Kong. Dr. Powell possesses diverse expertise in a range of psychological interventions, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Mindful Parenting (MP), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Emotion-focused therapy, and Seeking Safety. Her specialization encompasses working with adults experiencing depression, anxiety, insomnia, grief, trauma, and other psychological and emotional challenges.
Dr. Powell has also translated notable works such as "Mindful Parenting: Finding Space to Be in a World of To Do" and "100 Ways to Support Recovery." She is dedicated to implementing research-informed practices in psychological intervention and well-being promotion within the community. As a pioneer in Hong Kong, she has adapted transdiagnostic cognitive behavioral therapy, low-intensity psychological intervention, mindful parenting, and internet therapy to suit local needs.
With immense gratitude, Dr. Powell accompanies her clients on their journeys of self-discovery and growth, making a lasting positive impact on their lives.
Individual psychological intervention, specialised in social anxiety, trauma, self-esteem issues and personality disorders
Individual mindfulness program, general stress management
Clinical supervision for mental health professionals
PsyD (Clinical Psychology), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Master of Social Science (Clinical Psychology), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Master of Arts (Trauma Psychology), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Bachelor of Arts (Philosophy & Psychology), The University of Hong Kong
Trainer of Mindful Parenting program
Trainer of Unified Protocol for the Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders, Boston University
Certification of Dialectic Behavioral Therapy Skills: Intensive training, Behavioral Tech
Clinical supervisor of low-intensity psychological intervention, Flinders University
Fellow of Hong Kong Psychological Society
Member of Division of Clinical Psychology, HKPS
Registered members of The Hong Kong Institute of Clinical Psychologist
Association for Contextual Behavioral Science