Our Team

We believe in PERFECTING our skills.

Multi-tier Supervision System

AP implements a multi-tier supervision system to ensure our children receive only the best quality teaching available. Our professional team of Behavioral Consultants maintain their current knowledge and high-level expertise through Autism Partnership’s commitment to ongoing training in Los Angeles. Training is conducted regularly in the US and in HK.


BCBA stands for “Board Certified Behavior Analyst”. A board certified behavior analyst is certified through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board®. There are three distinctions for certified behavior analysts: BCaBA, BCBA, BCBA-D. All certified behavior analysts have completed coursework specific to behavior analysis, completed required supervised field work experience, and passed a board exam. BCBAs are required to hold a minimum of a master’s degree in their field.
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Our Consultants and Supervisors


Our team of consultants are comprised of doctorate and master degree holders, clinical psychologist and Board Certified Behavior Analysts with an average of 10 years of experience in planning implementing ABA intensive Behavioral Treatment. Other than local families, they also consult to families and agencies in other countries.

Dr. Angel Au
Psy. D.
Clinical Psychologist

Kan Wong
Program Director

Dr. Raymond Fung
Training Director

Dr. David Fischer
Psy. D., BCBA-D
Behavioral Consultant

Teri Mok
Behavioral Consultant

June Tam
Behavioral Consultant

Eunice Luk
Behavioral Consultant

Christy Lai
Behavioral Consultant

Renee Pang
Behavioral Consultant

Justin Cho
Behavioral Consultant

Ambrose Cheung
Behavioral Consultant

Winkie Ng
Behavioral Consultant

Smitty Chan
Behavioral Consultant

Frederick Chan
M.Ed., M.Soc.Sc, BCBA
Behavioral Consultant

Sanna Kontinen
Behavioral Consultant

Jane Lai
M. Ed., BCBA
Behavioral Consultant


Our Therapists

Our frontline staff /Therapists plays a key role in the success of our agency. They work with our families and children in one-on-one, group and school settings, and carry out program goals as identified by our Supervisors and Consultants.

All our Therapists have at least a bachelor degree; some of them have master degree from local or overseas universities. They have gone through a minimum of 400 hours of training in the first year and receive intensive and ongoing training for about 200 hours every year thereafter by local and overseas experts in the field. Our Therapists are highly skilled and experienced, and receive extensive support and training to perform their duties with passion, expertise and confidence.
Training comes in many forms, including:

  • Pre-service Intensive Training and Orientation
    All new hires are required to complete 240 hours of pre-service orientation and training on implementing Applied Behavior Analysis with students with ASD. Training and orientation are in the form of lectures, case studies, role-play, case observations, and practical hands-on sessions closely monitored by our Consultants.
  • Monthly Training
    All Therapists are required to attend monthly training sessions to further their knowledge and enhance skills. On-the-job trainings are both didactic and practical, consisting of lectures, case studies, videos, evaluations, and role-play. Our Directors Dr. Ron Leaf, Dr. Mitchell Taubman, and Dr. John McEachin also visit Hong Kong quarterly to provide direct training to staff.
  • Weekly Supervision
    Our Therapists receive over 400 hours of induction training and 1:1 supervision by our Supervisors and Consultants in their first year on the job. Thereafter, staffs continue to receive over 200 hours of supervision per year with weekly supervisions, regular clinics and team meetings specific to the child they are working with. Weekly supervisions allow us to monitor and evaluate the quality of our services, and track progress of our students.
  • Performance Evaluation
    Our Therapists are formally evaluated through supervision and review meetings with our Director of Training on an ongoing basis. Evaluations are based on Therapists’ practical skills, programming skills, work attitude, communication skills, organization skills as well as professionalism and leadership skills.