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Dr. Michael K. Cheng, C.Psych.

Adjunct Professor, Psychology Training Clinic Director
EducationPhD, University of Windsor
OfficeSt. Michael’s Academic Family Health Team. 
80 Bond Street. 
Room 1-131.
Phone416-864-6060 x77265

Michael provides clinical supervision for students once they are in the program but does not accept applications for academic supervision or entry into the program.


Michael Cheng is a psychologist registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO). He is a member of the Ontario Psychological Association (OPA) and the Association of Psychology Training Clinics (APTC). He is a certified member of the Canadian Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies (CACBT) and a diplomate member of the Academy of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies (ACBT).

In his current role, Michael is the Director of the Psychology Training Clinic (PTC) at Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU). PTC is a partnership between TMU’s Department of Psychology and the Academic Family Health Team at St. Michael’s Hospital. Michael provides clinical supervision for graduate students at PTC and works closely with the faculty to coordinate clinical training across the classroom and clinic settings. Within his role, Michael has been active in implementing program evaluation at PTC, demonstrating strong clinical and positive student and client satisfaction outcomes. Michael has also been active in working with the Department to support equity, diversity, inclusion, and justice (EDIJ) initiatives at PTC, including integrating cultural assessment and case formulation into student training.

Michael holds academic positions within TMU, including an adjunct faculty appointment with the Department of Psychology and associate membership with the Yeates School of Graduate Studies. He additionally holds a status-only appointment with the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto.

Michael previously held a clinical leadership role in a large, hospital-based, internationally accredited, multi-site rehabilitation program where he worked collaboratively with physicians, surgeons, pharmacists, and physical and mental health therapists to support complex recovery. His strong interests in bio-psycho-social assessment and inter-professional collaboration inspired him to complete a post-doctoral degree in psychopharmacology.

Michael has published and presented in the area of psychological adjustment to acquired injury and pain. He has received institutional and professional recognition for his work, including the Canadian Council of Professional Psychology Programs (CCPPP) Award for Excellence in Professional Training in an Academic Setting.