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Ka Hing Peter Cheung, Ph.D.

Certifying Coordinator
Focusing Trainer
Contact Info:
Phone: 85293638171
Website: Resculpt
Focusing Trainer Information:
  • I offer Focusing training in individual sessions.
  • I offer Focusing workshops.
  • I am available for public presentations.
  • I am a TFI Certifying Coordinator. I offer training to become a TFI Certified Focusing Professional.
  • I am available to travel to teach workshops.
Focusing Trainer Specialty Areas: Spirituality/Meditation, College students and/or their teachers, Parenting, Medical Applications
Other Focusing Trainer Specialty Areas: Cancer
Personal Statement about Training Program:
Thirty eight years of married life made me aware of what it means to be respectfully intimate. Thirty four years of being father taught me how to love and to allow. Twenty six years of struggle with brain tumor trained me how to live each present moment. Innumerable years of interacting with people made me humble and relaxed. Nine years of Focusing helped me appreciate more is to come.

A Sample of my Work:
Being congruently in charge is to trust that human nature is good, with reverence and compassion welcome and receive the weak, the violent, the wounded, the lonely, the despaired, the angry, hold gently whatever good that is inherent in each of them, and nurture it quietly and respectfully, not suffocating any initiative. (Congruence and the Therapist’s Use of Self. 2013. In M. Baldwin (Ed.) The Use of Self in Therapy, 3rd Edition. New York: Routledge - Taylor and Francis Group. Pp 166-185.)

My Publications:
 Congruence and the Therapist’s Use of Self. Book Chapter in Michele Baldwin (Ed.) The Use of Self in Therapy, 3rd Edition. (2013)
 Making Space for a Troubled Heart – Cancer Patients and Their Family Relationships. (Published in Chinese)(2010)
 “Letting Go” and “Holding On”: Grieving and Traditional Death Rituals in Hong Kong. In Chan, CLW and Chow AYM (Eds) Death, Dying and Bereavement – A Hong Kong Chinese Experience. (2006)
 Marital Sexual Experiences of Husbands of Women Treated for Breast Cancer. Unpublished PhD Dissertation, University of Hong Kong.(2006)

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