Counselling in online environments: Engagement and rapport building
mediaposted on 07.07.2021, 08:07 by Paul Wai Ching Wong
Lecture delivered on 5 June 2021 as part of the learning activities of MSocSc course- SOWK6331/SOWK6056 Online Counselling and Psychosocial Interventions for digital generations.
Dr Paul Wai-Ching WONG / 黃蔚澄博士 , D.Psyc.(Clinical), Reg.Clin.Psyc (Australia)., RCP(HKPS), Ccoun&ACounS(HKPCA), FHKPsS, FHKPCA, MAPS
Associate Professor / 副教授 Clinical Psychologist / 臨床心理學家
About the speaker:
Paul is a clinical psychologist and an Associate Professor in the Department of Social Work and Social Administration, The University of Hong Kong. He has been involving in suicide prevention research and mental health promotion and practice since 2003. His recent research projects include youth social withdrawal behavior, using animals as part of educational and psychological interventions, youth positive development of local and non-Chinese young people, and family care giving for people with psychological issues. His main research theme aims to promote social inclusion in our society and has published about 90 academic articles and book chapters. He is also Fellows of the Hong Kong Psychological Society and the Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association. He is the Programme Directors of the Master of Social Science (Counselling) and Bachelor of Social Sciences (Counselling). He teaches courses on mental health related topics, communication and counselling skills, and research methods. He is keen to supervise PhD students who have interests in youth development, human-animal interactions, and hikikomori.
Lecture Topic: Counselling in online environments: Engagement and rapport building