Event Type: Workshop
Event Theme: Evidence-based Practice
Speaker: Mr. Jonah Li (Ph.D. student majoring in Counseling Psychology and minoring in Inquiry Methodology at Indiana University)
Date: 3 August 2018 (Friday)
Time: 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Venue: RLB502, Research Complex, HKSYU
Language: Cantonese supplemented with English
Fee per workshop:
Free - SYU staff, students and alumni
$50 - APCPA members
$100 - Non-APCPA members
1) Refreshment will be provided.
2) Free Admission for SYU staff, students and alumni*
*SYU staff, students and alumni should follow the registration procedures:
1. Fill in the registration form below;
2. For alumni, please fill in your SYU student number in the remark box;
3. On the workshop day(s), present your identity card to the reception staff (for current SYU members: student / staff card; for alumni: any identity card showing your registration name)
Intro: The Five forces in the field of counseling
Part I: The Forth Force: Multicultural Counseling
Warm-up activity: Think-pair-share identity conversation
Why multicultural counseling?
Multicultural variables and identities
Common reaction to perceived differences: Microaggression
Relevant APA ethical principles
Becoming multicultural counseling competent
Developing multicultural orientation
Research implications and personal examples
Part II: The Fifth Force: Social Justice counseling
Warm-up activity: Privilege walk
Why social justice counseling?
What is social justice
Jonah Li (李寶輝) is currently a Ph.D. student majoring in Counseling Psychology and minoring in Inquiry Methodology at Indiana University (IU) in the U.S. Previously, he earned his M.A. at University of Denver (DU) and B.S.S. at Hong Kong Shue Yan University (HKSYU). He is an Associate Instructor and taught undergraduate courses including Introduction to Counseling Psychology and Positive Psychology. He won the Outstanding Achievement in Research Award and Counseling Psychology Research and Scholarship Award by DU. Clinically, he is interested in positive psychological interventions and positive therapies, including Strength-Centered Therapy. His research interests mainly fall into positive psychology and international populations. In terms of his leadership, he served as the Student Representative to the executive board of directors at Association of Chinese Helping Professionals and Psychologists-International and a Cultural Competence Consultant in Stone Belt Arc, Inc. in Bloomington, Indiana in Spring 2018. Institutionally, he is the Co-President of Counseling Psychology Student Organization at IU. On the state level, he serves as the Student Representative to the executive board of directors at Indiana Psychological Association. Nationally, he is the Student Representative of Division 17 at American Psychological Association and Other Awards Committee, and internationally, he works as the Professional Development Subcommittee of International Mentoring and Orientation Committee, Division 17 at American Psychological Association.