About me

I was born and trained as a nurse in Hong Kong. Started with practicing as a RN(psychiatric) for few years in Hong Kong, I moved to Australia 2 years ago. I am currently a Senior Clinician RPN4 specialise in supporting Lived Experience Workforce at St. Vincent's Hospital Melbourne. As a multilingual speaker (Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean) and brought up from multicultural background, I bring with me a diverse range of experiences especially for transition of international nursing practice and working with CALD consumers.

My experience

After graduating from Bachelor of Mental Health Nursing in 2017 in Hong Kong, I embarked on a rewarding career initiating from Acute Older Adult Inpatient Service in Hong Kong. Subsequently I gained valuable experience in Acute Adult Inpatient Service for early stage of my move to Melbourne. I also received lots of inspiration on service improvement and nurturing future workforce through my secondment in Practice Development Nurse (ECT and Clinical Safety) and Mental Health Education Team in St. Vincent's Hospital Melbourne. My experience allowed me to work in a fast-paced and challenging clinical environment, working with people from dynamic cultural and gender preferences, which honed my clinical skills, and developed a compassionate approach. Throughout my professional journey, I have discovered a true passion for sharing my clinical experiences and knowledge.

My current role/work

As a Senior Clinician, I am eager to contribute to the growth and development of aspiring nurses, Lived Experience Workers, and other healthcare professionals. I am also keen on supporting consumers with complex background, needs, from diverse gender and cultural background.

My training

I have recently completed Master of Mental Health Nursing with RMIT university with Distinction. Previously completed Online Clinical Supervision Training through Melbourne University, and Group Supervision Training with the Bouverie Center of La Trobe University. I currently advancing my clinical supervision skills through participation in CMHL Clinical Supervision Masterclass.

My approach to supervision

I take simple but wide-adopted three-function interactive framework approach (Proctor, 1987) as my aspects of support to my supervisees.

Registered Nurse (mental health nurse qualified)
Specialty areas:
Older Persons Mental Health,Adult Mental Health,Inpatient,Community,Education,Research,Management,Leadership,Quality Improvement,Project Design & Management,Dual Diagnosis (AOD and mental health),Dual Disability (mental health and intellectual disability),Workplace Wellbeing,Supported Decision Making,Therapeutic Theory & Practice,Trauma Informed Care/Practice,Physical Health
Mode of delivery:
In person,Phone,Online
Supervision size:
St Vincent’s
Reciprocal arrangements:

  • Monday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
Please email to arrange time for supervision.
Geographical area availability for supervision