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Chloe Mo 巫崇榆

Founder & Chief Occupational Therapist
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Ms Mo graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a bachelor degree in Occupational Therapy (honours) in 2008. And she further completed a master degree of Psychological Medicine (Psychosis Studies) from the University of Hong Kong in 2013. As an experienced occupational therapist, Ms Mo has been contributing to both clinical and educational aspects in the field. Clinically, she acquired expertise in managing health issues ranging from orthopaedics to psychiatry; served clientele from infants to the older people. Ms Mo believes that engagement of meaningful occupations would bring about positive influences to mind and body. And by means of holistic and client-centred approach, everyone could optimize their ability to master their own health. Educationally, Ms Mo engaged in training over 200 occupational therapists since 2015. Currently, she is the deputy programme leader and senior lecturer at a community college, and continues to serve people as her greatest life mission. Besides the role as an Occupatoinal Therapist, Ms Mo is also a mother of three children, and a caregiver for family members suffering from chronic illnesses. She understands and acknowledges the difficulties caregivers encountered, therefore, she estabilished TheraBeing Family Wellness in order to provide support to people in need.

Backgrounds

Academic

  • BSc (Hons) in Occupational Therapy, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University  

  • Master in Psychological Medicine (Psychosis Studies), The University of Hong Kong 

  • Registered Occupational Therapist, Hong Kong

Work Experience

  • Occupational Therapists Board Member (2024-now)

  • Deputy Programme Leader & Senior College Lecturer (2022-now), HKUSPACE Po Leung Kuk Stanley Ho Community College

  • Clinical Associate (Renamed as Associate Professor of Practice now) (2015 – 2021), The Hong Kong Polytechnic University 

  • Occupational Therapist  (2008 – 2015), Hospital Authority 

Publications

  • Siu, A. M., Chan, S. C., Shek, D. T., Cheung, M. K., Mo, C., Lai, S. (2021). Translation and validation of the reaction to impairment and disability inventory for Chinese population in Hong Kong. Disability and Rehabilitation, 1–9. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2021.1988737
     

  • Chien, C.-W., Chloe Mo, S. Y., & Chow, J. (2020). Using an international role-modeling pedagogy to engage first-year occupational therapy students in learning professionalism. The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 74(6). https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.2020.039859

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Language

​​Cantonese, Mandarin, English

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