Karen is the author of Sport Psychology: Building self-confidence and maximizing potential, and contributing author of Mindfulness and Performance. She is also a past column writer for both local and Asian magazines, Sportsoho and Asia Trail. Her commitments to the above highlight her interests in the practice and promotion of applied Sport and Performance Psychology.
Since 2011, Karen has worked extensively with performers and athletes using a client-centered life coaching approach. Apart from teaching at different local universities, she has also worked with some of the most well-known sport clubs, institutions and National Sport Associations in the region, including Hong Kong Jockey Club Apprentice Jockeys' School, Eastern Long Lions, Hong Kong Golf Association, Hong Kong Baseball Association, Hong Kong Lawn Bowls Association, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts etc.
Karen’s individual clients range from youth to national level -from Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and Mainland Chinese record holders; to American and Canadian National Collegiate Athletic Association (Division 1) athletes; to high school performers in air pistol, basketball, cricket, dance, e-sport, fencing, figure-skating, lacrosse, lawn bowls, marathon running, rowing, rugby, soccer, swimming, snooker, table tennis, tennis, boxing, track and field, trail running and windsurfing.