Sunday Tsoi is a counsellor, family Therapist, Life Coach, Nutritional Health Coach, professional supervisor to counsellors, mental health workers, NGO administrators, corporate CEOs and health professional people. She is the CEO of Wholistic Care and is also a guest lecturer at the AUT University of New Zealand.
Intellectually she has pursued different areas of knowledge to enhance the fulfilment of her vision. Her academic achievements include; Diploma of Counselling & Family Therapy, Diploma of Integrative Nutrition and Health, Master of Philosophy in Sociology, (Lingnan University), Master of Divinity (Lutheran Theological Seminar), Bachelor of Social Science (Lingnan University) and Bachelor of Theology (Evangel Seminary).
Her interdisciplinary academic qualifications enable her to contribute successfully in many areas; which includes providing counselling and family therapy to people from different backgrounds and ethnicity, and leading an international business team in Usana Cellular Nutrition Company which involves the training of entrepreneurs in Asia, Pacific and Europe.
Helping people, in particular women, discover the fact within, that they can “challenge the Limit” and rise to a new place in life where independence and relative freedom is attainable and beneficial to their lives and their immediate families is an important part of Sunday's endless aspiration.
Sunday is always humble and generous to give and share what she has. She strives to make the world to be a better place to live. This has been recently demonstrated with her ‘True Health Foundation Ambassador Award’ (2017), ‘Champion for Change Award’ (2015) and ‘5K Run Champion for Change Award’ by the Usana True Health Foundation.’
Because of studying for her doctoral degree in the University of Auckland, she moved to New Zealand from Hong Kong in 2002 with her family. However, during her PhD studies, she was hit by car that caused a head injury in 2006 which left her unable to finish the degree as well as forfeiting the opportunity to take up a university lecturing position in Hong Kong. Recovery from the head injury took approximately three years. After she recovered, she made New Zealand her home.
She set up ‘Wholistic Care’ in 2007 in New Zealand in order to provide a physical, psychological and spiritual health service. She sees herself as a missionary to people in poverty of holistic health. At the same time, she has been actively involved in humanitarian work by serving people in different countries since she was 23 years old; including Thailand and Uganda.
Before Sunday had her second head injury in another car accident in 2013, she had been lecturing at Carey Baptist College in New Zealand in certain subjects; such as Youth Programme and Design; Cross-cultural Study, Spirituality and the Introduction to Counselling. She is passionate about enlightening people to find their pathway to contribute to their own lives and the local community.
Beside running an international network marketing business, Sunday has untapped energy for charity fundraising and personal adventure. When she was working as a manager in ‘Lifeline Aotearoa New Zealand’, she raised funds within three months to help the Chinese department to continue providing service to the Chinese community in 2011.
People are always surprised that she still finds time for hiking, going to chamber orchestra concerts and writing. She loves to challenge herself in new things, such as learning to sail, scuba diving and snorkelling.
Sunday’s highlight of her life journey is becoming the Ambassador of Usana True Health Foundation. Her involvement includes serving the local community in New Zealand and furthermore in Africa. She is a philanthropist in action.