Stephen Cheung, Psy.D. is a professor in the Department of Graduate Psychology. For more than 30 years Cheung has studied, practiced, and taught family psychology and psychotherapy in a wide variety of settings. Before he came to APU, Cheung provided administrative, supervisory, and clinical work at the Asian Pacific Counseling and Treatment Center (APCTC), a large multicultural community mental health center in Los Angeles for 12 years. He now focuses his teaching on improving self-awareness, knowledge, and effectiveness in clinical psychology students.
Cheung is currently researching family psychology, immigrant mental health, and specific treatment approaches for eating disorders, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorders, and childhood maltreatment. He is also interested in solution-focused brief therapy, multicultural psychotherapy, integration of faith with psychotherapy, and community mental health service delivery systems.
Psy.D. - Clinical Psychology, Baylor University
M.A. - Counseling, United States International University
B.S.W. - Social Work, University of Calgary
B.A.- Psychology, University of Alberta
- School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences
- Department of Graduate Psychology