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Taiwan Counseling Quarterly

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Vol.8, No.4 (December, 2016)

  Wang, C. H. (2016). The goal of indigenous counseling psychology. (From Editor in Chief).  

                            Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8(4), vii-x.

  Qu, L. F. (2016). Role of the hert in mental enlightenment ,mental development and psychological health. (Focus Thesis).
                            Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8
(4), 1-20.

        Yan, S. X. (2016). The dominating role in mental and psychological functions in TCM. (Critical Thesis).

                             Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8(4), 21-25.

  Liu, T. J. (2016). Comments to "Role of the hert in mental enlightenment, mental development and psychological health ".

                              (Critical Thesis ).Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8(4), 26-28.

  Qu, L. F. (2016). Hert or brain- Debate on mental enlightening. (Response Thesis) of the hert in mental enlightenment
                            Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8
(4), 29-35.

  Kong, Y., Zhu, F., Zhu, X. G., Zhao, Y., & Gao, M.  (2016). Visual analytics of English publications in mental health research over

                           the last decade. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8(4), 36-47.

                          

 

 

Vol.8, No.3 (September, 2016)

  Wang, C. H. (2016). Open A New Era of Counseling and Psychotherapy :On the Establishment of World Indigenous Counseling

                            Psychology Alliance (WICPA). (From Editor in Chief ). Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8(3), vii-ix.

  Liu, S. H., Wang, C. H., Deng, C. P., Yang P., Lee H. C., & Lu, Y. J. (2016). Career Information Cyber System : The Union of

                            Objective Information and Personal Narratives.  Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8(3), 1-22.

        Liu, S. H., Chen, Y. C., Lu, Y. J., & Su, F. Y. (2016). The CNN Career Style Battery : Concept, Construction and Practice. Taiwan

                            Counseling Quarterly, 8(3), 23-51.

 

Vol.8, No.2 (June, 2016)

  Wang, C. H. (2016). Indigenous view of Confucius culture inclusive profession ethics: From the duality model of helping

                            professional ethics to Confucius way of ethical self-cultivation. (From Editor in Chief).
                            Taiwan
Counseling Quarterly, 8(2), vi-xii.

  Lee, W. L. (2016). From positive psychology to praxical psychology: Localizing phenomenological psychology.
                            Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8
(2), 1-15.

        Huang, K. K. (2016). Comments on the strategies of existential psychology for cultural subjectivity. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8(2), 16-35.

  Lin, Y. S. (2016). Under the shadows of the positivism and beyond: To face the domination directly or by detour approach?

                           Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8(2), 36-43.

  Lee, W. L. (2016). The praxis of self-understanding for psychology in Taiwan. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8(2), 44-50.

 

Vol.8, No.1 (March, 2016)

  Wang, C. H. (2016). Crisis is the turning point: From intervention to risk factor of internet addiction (From Editor in Chief).
                            Taiwan
Counseling Quarterly, 8(1), vi-xv.

  Ma, X. T. (2016). The China mainland university students' psychology crisis prevention and intervention: Retrospect and

                            prospect. (From Editor of  Special Issue).
                            Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8
(1), xvi-xxvi.

        Hu, Y., Fan, F. M., & Dai, Y. J. (2016). Effect of critical incident stress debriefing in psychological crisis intervention for

                           college students. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8(1), 1-12.

  He, Y. Q., Li, L., & Qian, J. (2016). Bibliometric analysis of 1983-2012 psychological crisis intervention studies in China.

                           Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 8(1), 13-23.

 

Vol.7, No.4 (December, 2015)

  Wang, C. H. (2015). The New Strong and Starting Point for Indigenous Counseling Psychology (From Editor in Chief).
                            Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 7(4), vi-vii.

        Hou, S. J. (2015). Constructing a Friendly Environment for Kinship Placement of Children and Adolescents.
                            Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 7
(4), 1-13.

  Young, S. H. (2015). Children unable to return to school: School refusal from an ecological system collaboration
                            perspective. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 7(4), 14-43.

 

Vol.7, No.3 (September, 2015)

  Wang, C. H. (2015). The Promotion Strategy for Indigenous Counseling Psychology (From Editor in Chief). Taiwan

                            Counseling Quarterly, 7(3), vi-viii.

        Feng, F. (2015). Applied Behavior Analysis Joins the Career Counseling-The Implications for Providing Service for

                            Persons with Disabilities (From Editor of Special Issue). Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 7(3), ix-xvii.

  Lu, C. Y., Feng, H., & Lee, G. (2015). The Effects of Self-management on Communication Skills Across Home

                            and School Settings for A Student with Autism. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 7(3), 1-19.

  Shiue, Y. L., Feng, H. (2015). Action Research on Career Exploration Group Program for High Functioning Students

                            with Autism. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 7(3), 20-48.

 

Vol.7, No.2 (June, 2015)

  Wang, C. H. (2015). I-Ching and Indigenous Counseling Psychology (From Editor in Chief).

                            Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 7(2), vi-vii.

  Chen, W. J., Shiah, Y. J., & Chen, K. H. (2015).Transforming Ambivalence: Combining I-Ching Philosophy and

                            Motivational Interviewing. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 7(2), 1-19.

  Peng, H. I., Liu, S. H., Hung, J. P, Lu, Y. J., & Chang, C. H. (2015). Using Philosophy of Yi to Explore the Resilience

                            Experience Structure of Career Development.Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 7(2), 20-48.

  

Vol.7, No.1 (March, 2015)

  Wang, C. H. (2015). The New Era of Indigenous Counseling Psychology (From Editor in Chief).

                            Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 7(1), vi-viii.

  Chen, J. H. (2015). How Could It Happen-Male Sexual Abuse Victims In Therapy.
        Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 7(1), 1-11.

  Sung, Y. H. (2015). Regain The Lost Smile: Effectiveness of Psychotherapy For Abused Children.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 7(1), 12-39.

  

Vol.6, No.4 (December, 2014)

  Wang, C. H. (2014). Promotion the Development of Indigenous Counseling Psychology in Asia and Chinese
       Culture Region (From Editor in Chief).
       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(4), vi-viii.

  Lee, T. C. (2014). The Development of Dance Therapy in Taiwan: A Review and Prospect (From Editor of
       Special Issue).
       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(4), ix-xvi.

  Chiu, W. C. (2014). Construction and interpretation of “ Taiwan Dance Therapy Association Code of Ethics ”.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(4), 1-23.

  Lee, T. C. (2014). A Creative Approach to Dance Therapy: A Female Adolescent Support Group in a Shelter.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(4), 24-40.

 

Vol.6, No.3 (September, 2014)

  Wang, C. H. (2014). Chinese Culture-inclusive View of Counseling and Psychotherapy: The Construction

       of Single Session Counseling Model (From Editor in Chief).
       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(3), vi-xv.

  Shiah, Y. J. (2014). Towards Independent Social Science: To Construct Self-Cultivation Theories via

       Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism(From Editor of Special Issue)
       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(3), xvi.

  Shiah, S. H., & Hwang K. K. (2014).  Culture-inclusive Self-cultivation Psychology: A Development of

       Conscience Theory Based on Mandala Model of Self

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(3), 1-14.

  Shieh, V. (2014). Development of Feminist Theories, Analysis of Practice, and Reflection of the Act of

       Gender Equality in Employment in Taiwan.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(3), 15-32.

  Chuang H. L., Hwang K. K., & Shiah, S. H. (2014). No-self and Ultimate Wholeness: The Mandala Model

       of Self, Fang-Shia Psychological Adjustment and Their Application in Psychotherapy.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(3), 33-48.

 

Vol.6, No.2 (June, 2014)

  Wang, C. H. (2014). Free Association of Ideas from Book of Chang (Yijing): Discussion

       on Female Juvenile Prostitution Guidance by Guaxiang (From Editor in Chief).
       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(2), vi-vii.

  Pai, C. J. (2014). Exiting Prostitution: The New Challenge and Perspective on

       Female Juvenile Prostitution Guidance(From Editor of Special Issue)
       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(2), viii-xii.

  Wang, S. H. (2014).  The Social Adaptation of Sex Trade Female Adolescents after the End of Placement.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(2), 1-19.

  Chuo, Y. (2014). A Preliminary Discussion on Values Guidance of Female Juvenile

       Prostitution: Application of Community Counseling Model.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(2), 20-35.

   Hwang K. K. (2014). On Culture-inclusive Theories of Positive Psychology.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(2), 36-47.

 

Vol.6, No.1 (March, 2014)

  Wang, C. H. (2014). Based on Chinese Culture, Contribution to Universal Counseling:

       Founding of Chinese Academic Community of Indigenous Counseling

       and the Establishment of Column of Chinese Indigenous Counseling(From Editor in Chief).

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(1), vi-ix.

  Hsieh, S. M. (2014). An Inquiry on the Successful Learning Experience and Coping
       Strategies of the Science and Technology College Female Students.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(1), 1-34.

  Lin, C. J., & Li, J. R. (2014). The Individuation of Uzumaki Naruto: The application of Analytic Psychology.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(1), 35-50.

  Hung, C. H., & Xu, X. S. (2014). Theory and Helping Skills of Second-order Change in Psychotherapy.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(1), 51-75.

     Liu, S. H., & Wang, C. H. (2014). The Model of Career Development Touching the Sky yet Grounded:

       The Theoretical Base of Chinese Career Net. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 6(1), 76-87.

 

 

Vol.5, No.4 (December, 2013)

  Wang, C. H. (2013). From Culture Understanding to Culture-inclusive Theory Construction:

       The Construction of Duality Model, from Helping Professional Ethics to Research(From Editor in Chief).

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(4), vi-xii.

  Lin, M. J. (2013). Sex, Sexual Play, Sexual Abuse:

                            Understanding the Sexuality Issues for Male children and youth(From Topic Editor).

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(4), xiii-xiv.

  Kuo, L. C. (2013). Counselor Understanding of Gender Cultural Context through Working with
                            Young Sexually-Abused Male Victims. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(4), 1-28.

  Hung, S. C. (2013). Issue of Sexuality Among Male Children in Placement -Perspectives of Guidance Counselors.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(4), 29-61.

 

Vol.5, No.3 (September, 2013)

  Wang, C. H. (2013). Active Involving with the Construction of Culture-inclusive Theory :

       The Duality Model of Helping Professional Ethics as an Example(From Editor in Chief).

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(3), vi-xi.

  Huang, T.C. (2013). Both/And not Either/Or:The Paradoxical Perspective of Jungian Theory (From Topic Editor).

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(3), vii-viii.

  Huong, W. C. (2013). Combine Yalom and Jung’s Opinions:A Discussion On The Process From Guidance To Counseling

       About The Archetype Of “Containment” and “Liberation”.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(3), 1-17.

  Kuo, H. N., & Huang, T. C. (2013).Enquiry into Nightmare by Jungian Approach Art Technique.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(3), 18-29.

  Su, S. H., & Huang, T. C. (2013). The Symbolic Metaphors of Middle-aged Men's Individuation in the Myth,

       "The Pursuit of the Holy Grail". Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(3), 30-44.

 

Vol.5, No.2 (June, 2013)

  Wang, C. H. (2013). Approaching the Culture-inclusion Counseling Research :

       Discovering the Helping Profession Ethics of Chinese Culture-inclusion (From Editor in Chief).

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(2), vi-x.

  Hung, J. H., & Hung, L. C. (2013). Constructionism in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(2), 1-27.

  Chen, Y. M., & Liu, S. H., & Deng, C. P., & Yang, Y. Y., & Lee, H. C. (2013).Rational and Intuitive CCN Vocational Card Sort:

       Practical Applications with Career Information and Guidance Cyber System.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(2), 28-50.

 

Vol.5, No.1 (March, 2013)

  Wang, C. H. (2013). Crossing the Nations: Promoting the Counseling Research of Chinese Culture-inclusion.

       (From Editor in Chief).Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(1), vi.

  Liu, H.L. (2013). Living in Changing: Toward a New Paradigm of Career Theory. (From Topic Editor).

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(1), vii-viii.

    Lu, Y. J., & Wang S. F., & Liu, H. L., & Chang, Y. T., & Wu, P. Y., & Cnem, J. L. (2013).CCN Interest Inventory:

       An Online System of Administration and Interpretation within Career Information and Guidance Cyber System.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(1), 1-16.

  Peng, H. I., & Hung, J. P., & Lin, C. & Liu, S. H. (2013). Concept Research of Career Resilience: The Career Narrative

       in the Secondary Data Analysis. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 5(1), 17-43.  

 

Vol.4, No.4 (December, 2012)

  Chen, P. Y., & Lin, M. J. (2012). Collaboration in the Intervention of Juvenile Pre-Delinquents.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 4(4), 1-13.
Huang, Y. C., & Lin, S. H. (2012). Analysis of Optimism and Pessimism Among College Students with Academic Burnout.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 4(4), 14-36.
Chou, S. Y., & Lee, Y. T. (2012). A Study of Maintenance and Change in School Friendships Among Fresh Graduates.

       Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 4(4), 37-54.

 

Vol.4, No.3 (September, 2012)

  Cheng, H. I., & Huang, T. C. (2012). Survival and recovery from trauma of sexual abuse in young people:
     A counselor’s position and reflection on personal values. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 4(3), 1-16.

  Chang, F. Y. (2012). Group psychotherapy for depression: Discussion of concept and study of efficacy.
     Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 4
(3), 17-32.  

  Lin, M. F., & Lang, S. Y. (2012). Dialectical behavior therapy in borderline personality disorder with
     suicidal behavior. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 4(3), 33-46.

 

Vol.4, No.2 (June, 2012)

  Chang, F. Y. (2012). Cognitive behavioral therapy for social anxiety disorder: A case study. Taiwan Counseling
      Quarterly, 4
(2), 1-11.

  Hwang, J. N., & Kuo, S. T. (2012). Counselor and interpreter collaboration in counseling service. Taiwan Counseling
     Quarterly, 4(2), 12-21.  

  Huang, C. Y. (2012). Art therapy in loss and grief adaptation. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 4(2), 22-41.

 

Vol.4, No.1 (March, 2012)

  Lo, C. L. (2012). Social support in counseling breast cancer patients: Evaluating psychological factors and effectiveness
     of group counseling. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 4(1), 1-15.

  Tsai, P. J. (2012). Pattern of grief expression in Chinese families. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 4(1), 16-38.  

  Huang, Y. T. (2012). Test of maturity in counselors: Practice and rethinking on full-time internship. Taiwan Counseling
     Quarterly, 4
(1), 39-51.

 

Vol.3, No.2 (June, 2011)

  Wu, T. Y., & Hsu, H. P. (2011). Review of empathy in counseling. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 3(2), 1-14.

  Han, K. C., Huang, J. F., & Huang, S. F. (2011). Development of inventory for adult career resources transition.
    Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 3
(2), 15-35.  

 

Vol.3, No.1 (March, 2011)

  Hung, C. T., & Hung, Y. F. (2011). Learning parenting from reading story books: Using picture books in
     parenting group, a bibliotherapy approach. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 3(1), 1-15.

  Yang, M. L. (2011). Empowerment in respite care. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 3(1), 16-28.

  Lo, H. C., & Hung, Y. F. (2011). Family restructuring: Common issues and intervention for remarriage.
    Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 3(1), 29-48.

 

Vol.2, No.4 (December, 2010)

  Hsieh, C. T., Hsu, C. C., & Lin, M. J. (2010). Expressive therapy and bereavement in a fifth-grade girl: A case study.
     Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 2(4), 1-24.

  Tan, H. L. (2010). Therapeutic process and changes in play therapy for children. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 2(4), 25-38.

  Hung, Y. F. (2010). Implications of structured and unstructured: Effects of structure on therapy groups.
    Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 2(4), 39-54.

 

Vol.2, No.3 (September, 2010)

  Chang, Y. C., Chang, C. C., & Jhong, F. C. (2010). Self-image confidence, physique social anxiety, and exercise dependence.
     Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 2(3), 1-18.

  Hsu, C. C. (2010). Creativity and activity: Art of counseling adolescents. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 2(3), 19-31.

  Chang, Y. M. (2010). Cognitive model for bulimia nervosa. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 2(3), 32-46.

 

Vol.2, No.2 (June, 2010)

  Wang, W. F. (2010). Writing therapy: Potential therapeutic effects of blogging. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 2(2), 1-10.

  Wu, S. P., Wang, C. F., & Ou, T. H. (2010). Stress of singleness, self-perception and well-being of different types of
    never-married women
. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 2(2), 11-35.

  Huang, Y. C., & Lin, S. H. (2010). Relationship between part-time work or practical training, and work value of college students
     in central Taiwan
. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 2(2), 36-57.

 

Vol.2, No.1 (March, 2010)

  Kuan, C. S. (2010). Humor counseling: Content and skills. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 2(1), 1-16.

  Chen, H. N., & Lin, M. C. (2010). The role of psychologist in legal system. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 2(1), 17-29.

  Chao, H. Y., Tseng, S. Y., & Huang, Y. C. (2010). Expressive art therapy: Therapeutic factors in children’s grief

     group counseling. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 2(1), 30-43.
 

Vol.1, No.4 (December, 2009)

  Chen, C. H. (2009). Self-regulation learning theory: Treatment and understanding in external academic disturbances. Taiwan

    Counseling Quarterly, 1(4), 1-13.

  Cho, W. C. (2009). Re-finding the self: The process and analyses of gestalt therapy with a client who initiated a relationship breakup.

    Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 1(4), 14-44.

  Chiu, M. S., Huang, K. H., & Wu, D. L. (2009). Difficulties and development of counseling interns during internship. Taiwan

    Counseling Quarterly, 1(4), 45-54.
 

Vol.1, No.3 (September, 2009)

  Chen, P. Y., Hsieh, Y. C., Chen, K. H., Lee, Y. M., & Lo, C. (2009). A case study: Helping the elderly adapt to stressful situation

    through reminiscence therapy. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 1(3), 1-10.

  Mai, L. J. (2009). Helper’s stress management and self-care during crisis intervention. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 1(3), 11-21.

  Wang, S. Y., & Ting-Chia Lien, T. C. (2009). Effects of supervisees’ background on correlation between insecure attachment styles

     and supervisory satisfaction. Taiwan Counseling Quarterly, 1(3), 22-35.

 

Vol.1, No.2 (June, 2009)

 

Vol.1, No.1 (March, 2009)

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

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