Category

Full-time Faculty Member

Title

Assistant Professor

Name

Hui-Ying Catherine Chu

Picture

Office

 I 405

Phone number

886-5-2263411, Ext. 1935

Office Hour

Tuesday 16:20-18:10 PM 

Thursday 16:20-18:10 PM

Personal website

 

E - mail

chu0315@gmail.com (hychu@mail.ncyu.edu.tw)

Specialty

Forensic Psychology, Correctional Psychology, Child and Adolescent Psychology, Forensic Interview of Children

Courses

107-1
Undergraduate
Ethics in CounselingCriminal PsychologyPracticum of Counseling()Counseling for Criminal Justice Offenders

Graduate (Master-level)Seminar in Counseling TheoriesSeminar in Forensic/Correctional Psychology

Graduate ( evening Master-level)Seminar in Forensic/Correctional Psychology

 

106-2
Undergraduate
Juvenile Delinquency and Criminal JusticeEthics in CounselingPracticum in Community Counseling(II)

Graduate (Master-level)Seminar in Techniques of Counseling and PsychotherapySeminar in Sandplay Therapy

Graduate ( evening Master-level)Seminar in Techniques of Counseling and PsychotherapySeminar in Sandplay Therapy

 

106-1
Undergraduate
Practicum in Community Counseling(I)Counseling for Criminal Justice OffendersCriminal PsychologyEthics in Counseling

Graduate (Master-level)Seminar in Counseling TheoriesSeminar in Criminal Psychology

Graduate ( evening Master-level)Seminar in Counseling TheoriesSeminar in Criminal Psychology

 

 

105-2
Undergraduate
Practicum in Community Counseling(II)Ethics in CounselingJuvenile Delinquency and Criminal JusticeInterpersonal Relationships and Communication

Graduate (Master-level) Ethics in the Helping ProfessionSeminar in Techniques of Counseling and Psychotherapy

Graduate ( evening Master-level)Seminar in Techniques of Counseling and Psychotherapy

 

105-1
Undergraduate
Practicum in Community Counseling(I)Counseling for Criminal Justice OffendersPsychological AssessmentAbnormal PsychologyCriminal Psychology

Graduate ( evening Master-level)Seminar in Counseling Theories

 

104-2
Undergraduate
Psychological Testing and MeasurementEthics in CounselingCriminal PsychologyJuvenile Delinquency and Criminal Justice

Graduate (Master-level): Ethics in the Helping Profession

Degree

2015

Psy.D.

The School of Professional Psychology at Forest Institute, Missouri, US.

 

 

 

Clinical Psychology

1999

M.S.

Indiana University- Bloomington, IN, US.

 

 

 

Counseling and Counselor Education

 

Journal

Presentations

1.      Chu, H. Y., Chavez, J., Bell, J., Hooper, V., Mena, F., & Pietz, C. (2014). Polydipsia in Federally Incarcerated Male Inpatients. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention Washington, DC.

2.      Chu, H. Y. (2013). Police officers’ perception on their ability in interviewing sexually abused children and the challenges in relation to interviewing sexually abused children, Poster presented at The 39th annual meeting of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology, Ottawa, Canada.

3.      Chu, H. Y. (2013). The exploration of challenges encountered by interdisciplinary teams of child sexual abuse witness investigation in Taiwan and their needs assessment. Paper presented at the International Conference of Forensic Mental Health Services, Maastricht, Netherlands.

4.      Chu, H. Y. (2013). Using sandplay therapy for treating juvenile delinquents- a case study of a boy who set fire. Paper presenter at the International Conference of Forensic Mental Health Services, Maastricht, Netherlands.

5.      Shah, D. & Chu, H.Y (2012). Family dynamics and communication in Asian immigrant families. Workshop presented at the 2012 Missouri Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Annual Conference, Springfield, MO.

Books:

1.      Morena, G. D. (2009). The wisdom of Oz: Reflections of a Jungian sandplay therapist (H. Y. Chu, Trans. Chinese ed.). Taipei: Psych Garden.

2.      Trotter, C. (2008). Working with involuntary clients: A guide to practice (H. Y. Chu, Trans. Chinese ed.). Taipei: Living Psychology.

3.      Hong, G. (2007). Sandplay therapy: Research and practice (H. Y. Chu, Trans. Chinese ed.). Taipei: Wu-Nan Book.

4.      Adams, D., & Cayouette, S. (2007). Emerge batterers intervention group program manual (H. Y. Chu, Trans. Chinese ed.). Taipei: Living Psychology.

5.      Kalff, D. (2006). A psychotherapeutic approach to the psyche (H. Y. Chu, Trans. Chinese ed.). Taipei: Wu-nan Book.

6.      Bradway, K., & McCoard, B. (2005). Sandplay: Silent workshop of the psyche (H. Y. Chu, Trans.). Taipei: Wu-nan Book.

7.      Chu, H. Y. (2005). Forensic psychological evaluation of juvenile offenders. Taipei: Judicial Yuan.

8.      Lee-Thorp, K. (1999). Exploring the essentials: Thinking through the implications of the gospel (H. Y. Chu, Trans. Chinese ed.). Taipei: Navigators Press.

Experience

 Current: Assistant Professor

                  02/2015~now

 

Date

Title

Organization

2008/08-2015/07

Part-time Counseling Psychologist

Garden of Hope Foundation, Center for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention and varied non-for-profit organizations

2000/06-2006/02

Counselor

Taiwan Kaohsiung Juvenile Court, Taiwan

1999/08 –2000/06

Counselor at University Counseling Center

National Sun Yat-San University, Taiwan

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