Dr. Wong is the Founding President of the Meaning-Centered Counselling Institute, Inc. (MCCI) and the originator of meaning-centered counselling and therapy (MCCT), an integrative existential positive psychotherapy. As the Founding Director of the Graduate Program in Counselling Psychology at Trinity Western University, he has trained many counsellors and psychotherapists in applied behavioural analysis and therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, existential therapy, and cross-cultural counselling. As a registered clinical psychologist in Ontario for over 40 years, he has very broad experience in working with various kinds of behavioural and psychological problems. He has served on federal government agencies, including the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) in Washington, DC (1981-1986) and the National Advisory Council on Aging for the Canadian Minister of Health in Ottawa, ON (1994-1997).
Dr. Wong has been registered in Ontario as a Clinical Psychologist since 1972. (Registration No. 819)
- Positively-oriented clinical and counselling psychology for adults, couples, and families.
- Commitment to healing and personal growth, as a strengths-focus facilitates the therapeutic process.
- Psychological assessments of dysfunctions and deficiencies, as well as intellectual and personal strengths.
- Individual and group sessions; online and telephone consultations are also available.
Resolving problems and predicaments: Depression, anxiety, stress, pain, injury, abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), addiction, adjustment problems, relational difficulties, grieving, rehabilitation, mid-life crisis, aging, and terminal illness.
Realizing potentials for personal growth: Academic and career planning, premarital counselling, marriage enrichment, the quest for meaning and purpose, pathways to inner freedom and peace, life strategies and skills for success, and leadership development.
Practicing Meaning Centered-Counselling and Therapy (MCCT): MCCT is an evidence-based integrative existential positive psychotherapy. MCCT incorporates cognitive behavioural therapy, narrative therapy, logotherapy, and humanistic-existential therapy with a positive and spiritual orientation.