Dr. Susan Xiqing Su 蘇細清博士
Lecturer I, Programme Director
Teaching AreasCourse(s) taught:
- Social Research, Second Data Analysis, Programme Evaluation
- Psychology and Mental Health, Counseling Skills and Case Work
- Human Development & Cultural Diversity
- Crisis Intervention and Integrated Management
- Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to Social Work
- Community Development and Economic Practice, Social Welfare in Chinese Societies
- Certified Counsellor (HK, 2021-647, HKPCA, 2021)
- Registered Clinical Counselling Supervisor (China) (D21-110, 2021)
- Registered Social Worker (HK, 2011)
- Su, X. S. (in press). The criteria of mental health. (book chapter) In F.M, Fan (Eds.), Mental Health in Counseling (In Chinese). Tsinghua University Press.
- Choi Z.C., Su X. S., Zhang, Y.D. et al. (2022). A study on patients with misophonia and their life styles (in Chinese). Clinical Frontier, 4(1), 1-25. https://doi.org/10.35534/fcm.0401001
- Su, X. S. (in press). Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Diagnosis and Treatment (book chapter), In M., Ren (Eds.), Bereavement and Mental Health Practice (in Chinese). Renming University Press.
- Su, X. S. (2020). Youth crisis intervention model: family-school collaborative approach (in Chinese), The Modern Education Journal, vol., 10, No.5, 16-28.
- Yang, S., Ng, P. Y.-n., Chiu, R., Li, S. S., Klassen, R. M., & Su, S. (2020). Criteria for adulthood, resilience, and self-esteem among emerging adults in Hong Kong: A path analysis approach. Children and Youth Services Review, 119, Article 105607. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2020.105607
- Su, X. S. (2020). EMDR group counseling intervention for helping people with anxiety, in Fan F. (ed.), Group Counseling and crisis psychological intervention. (chapter 14, pp.356-385). China Machine Press.
- Ng, P., Su. X.S., Lai, G., Chan, D., Ho, E., Chan, V., Leung. H., Kwan, V., & Li, C.) (2016). A Holistic Model of Student Development: The validation of Whole Person Development Inventory for College Students in Hong Kong. Journal of Measurement and Evaluation in Counselling and Development. Doi: 10.1177/074817561525748
Professional / Community Services
- 2022 Four Professional trainings for hotline counselors in Mainland China
- 2022 Five Public Lectures on Parenting Education and Psychological Adaptation for Parents both in Hong Kong and Mainland China
- 2020 Feb to now: Providing Voluntary Supervision: for Frontline social workers and hotline counselors of Tsinghua university and Happiness Foundation, and Wuhan Lianai social work association
- 2017 to now: Chairman of the Management Sub-Committee of Service Development in Mainland China, Richmond Fellowship of Hong Kong
- 2021-2022: PI, Programme Evaluation on the effectiveness of the training program focused on parent-child relational conflict management. Funded by Family Council (HK$248,910).
- 2017-2019: Co-I. Whole person development of secondary school students in Hong Kong. Funded by Faculty of Social Science, HKBU (FRG2/15-16/092)
- Co-Investigator, (with Prof. Petrus NG., R. Klassen, S. Li, and V. Wong, Adolescent or adult? The challenges of emerging adulthood in contemporary Hong Kong. (Funded by GRF 2012/2013 Allocation) (GRF247912).
- 2014-2016: Co-I (With Yu, Sam.) Defamilisation/Familisation measures of Chinese older people in Britain. Funded by Faculty of Social Science, HKBU FRG1/14-15/073
- 2012-2016: Co-investigator, (with P. Ng from Social Work Department as principle investigator), Adolescent or Adult? The Challenges of Emerging Adulthood in Contemporary Hong Kong. Sponsored by UGC (K$ 426,844) for three years.
- 2013-2014: Co-I (with Pan, J. & Ng P). A cognitive behavioral stress management program for Mainland college students in Hong Kong: A randomized controlled trial. Funded by Faculty of Social Science, HKBU (FRG2/12-13/075).
- 2009-2011: Co-investigator, (with Ho Eddi., Ng Petrus. Lai, Gina, & Chan Daniel as co-investigator), Enhancing fresh graduates’ research abilities for employment through developing the holistic assessment of outcome-based learning for university students for “3+3+4”, Sponsored by UGC Additional Funding Support for New Initiatives (HK$ 830,000) for two years & Strategic Development Fund of HKBU (SDF10-0118-D01)