Category

Full-time Faculty Member

Title

Assistant Professor

Name

Yu-Hua Lee (temporary  leave without salary) 

Picture

Office

B420

Phone number

886-5-2263411 ext. 1815

Office Hour

Mon. 10:10-12:00

Tue. 10:10-12:00

Personal website

 

E - mail

ylee@mail.ncyu.edu.tw

Specialty

Clinical Psychology, Research on Personality Disorders, Individual/Family Therapy.

Courses

107-1
Undergraduate
Case Evaluation and Psychological AssessmentAbnormal Psychology

Graduate (Master-level) Seminar in and Family Therapy TheorySeminar in Psychological Assessment

Graduate ( evening Master-level) Seminar in and Family Therapy TheorySeminar in Psychological Assessment

 

106-2
Undergraduate
Psychological Assessment

Graduate (Master-level) Seminar in Abnormal PsychologyInternship in Counseling Psychology()

 

106-1
Undergraduate
Psychological AssessmentAbnormal Psychology

Graduate (Master-level) Internship in Counseling Psychology()

Graduate ( evening Master-level) Seminar in Abnormal Psychology

 

105-2

Graduate (Master-level) Seminar in Couple TherapySeminar in Abnormal PsychologyInternship in Counseling Psychology()

 

105-1

Graduate (Master-level) Seminar in Systems Theory and Family TherapyInternship in Counseling Psychology()

Graduate ( evening Master-level)Seminar in Systems Theory and Family TherapySeminar in Abnormal Psychology

 

Degree

2011/09 ~ , California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University

Postdoctoral M.S. Program in Clinical Psychopharmacology

 

2008/01,   California School of Professional Psychology, San Francisco campus at Alliant International University

Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology

 

1999/12,   University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California

M.A. in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling,

 

1997/06,   National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

B.S. in Psychology

 

Journal

1.Lan, C. M., Lee, Y. H. (accepted May, 2012). The predictors of internet addiction behaviors for elementary school students. School Psychology International Journal. (SSCI)

 

2.Lan, C. M., Tai Lan, C. M., Tai, C. N., Cheng, J. A., & Lee, Y. H. (2011).  A study on the relationships among distress disclosure, unsupportive responses and anxiety in college students.  Journal of Medical Sciences, 31(2):067-074.Lan, C

Presentations

 

1. Lan, C. M., & Lee, Y. H. (2012, June). The Guidance Effects of Students with Internet Addiction in Taiwan. Paper presented at the 2012  International Conference on Psychological Sciences and Behaviors, Hong Kong.

 

2. Lan, C. M., & Lee, Y. H. (2011, October). The Predictors of Internet Addiction Behaviors for Elementary School Students. Paper presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of Taiwan Psychology Association, Taichung, Taiwan.

 

3. Lee, Y. H. (2010, July). Borderline Personality Disorder and Asian Mental Health. Paper presented at the 49th Annual Meeting of Taiwan Psychology Association, Taipei, Taiwan.

 

4.Luo, Z. H., Lan, C. M., & Lee, Y. H. (2009, September). The Influence of Music Intervention for College Students with Depression: Using Pop Music as An Example. Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of Taiwan Psychology Association, Taipei, Taiwan.

 

5.Lee, Y. H. (2009, July). The Diagnosis of Borderline Personality in Asian Cultures. Paper presented at the First Regional/International

psychotherapy Conference for Taiwan Group of Society of Psychotherapy Research, Nantou, Taiwan.

 

Experience

 

Date

Title

Organization

2008/08~2012/07

Full-Time Assistant Professor

Department of Health Psychology at Chang Jung Christian University

2010/07~2012/07

Clinical Supervisor

Student Counseling Center at Chang Jung Christian University

2008/09~2012/07

Part - Time Counselor

Student Counseling Center at Chang Jung Christian University

2006/07~2007/06

 

Intern

 

La Familia Counseling Service, Hayward, CA

2005/07~2006/06

Clinic Intern

Calworks Program at Rubicon Programs, Inc., Richmond, CA

2004/09~2005/06

School Counselor/ Family Therapist

Asian Pacific Psychological Services, Richmond, CA

2000/10~2002/04

School Counselor

Chung Yuan Christian University

1999/11~2000/06

Family Therapist

Center for the Pacific-Asian Family, Inc. Los Angeles, CA

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1999/05~1999/08

Clinic Therapist in Training

Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center, Los Angeles, CA

1999/02~1999/12

Practicum Intern

Domestic Violence Batterers’ Treatment Program, Santa Ana, CA

1995/07~1996/07

Testing Volunteer

Probation Department of Juvenile Court, Taipei Distract Court.

Others

Professional Speech Services:

 

Date

Speech Topic

2012/05/17

Stress and emotional management for college teachers

2011/11/26

Case Consultation                   

2011/07/06-2011/07/07

Child and family counseling & Helping skills

2010/12/10

Psychoeducation for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder 

2010/11/18

Psychoeducation for emotional management, Depression, and Alzheimer in the elderly 

2010/6/18

The art of communication between parents and teachers

2009/11/9

Personality disorders in Asian cultures

2009/9/26

Stress and emotional management

2009/4/10

Hospice care: the art and skills of communication

2009/03/18

Psychoeducation for Tourette Syndrome

2008/11/27

A case study of treating Borderline Personality Disorder by psychodynamic approach