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As a social work researcher and practitioner working in healthcare settings, Celia integrates best research evidence with clinical experience by applying the Integrative Body-Mind-Spirit Intervention Model, an empirically-based approach to assessment and treatment

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Curriculum Vitae (2015/2016) 1 C. H. Y. CHAN Chan, Celia Hoi Yan PhD, MSW, BSocSc (Psychology), CT, RSW Assistant Professor Department of Social Work and Social Administration, The University of Hong Kong Telephone: +852 3917 2089 | Email: [email protected]

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Dr. CHAN Hoi Yan, Celia As a social work researcher and practitioner working in healthcare settings, Celia integrates best research evidence with clinical experience by applying the Integrative Body-Mind-Spirit Intervention Model, an empirically-based approach to assessment and treatment which connects Western therapeutic techniques with Eastern philosophies and practices.

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Major areas of clinical research and practice include: (i) Application of the Integrated Body-Mind-Spirit model on health and mental health issues (such as psycho-dermatology, reproductive problems, sleep disorders, depression and anxiety) (ii) Fertility and infertility

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Professor Chan is a world leader in health and social work. She is editor and author of over 30 books, author of over 300 articles and book chapters in health and mental health in social work, eastern integrative empowerment intervention and outcome research

Examples of her current work include In-depth study on Divorce in Hong Kong, impact study on the Fun to Learn for Young program (FLY) and evaluation of the Healthy Start @ School project. She was awarded the HKU University Teaching Fellow for outstanding

Dr. Celia H. Y. Chan Associate Professor, Department of Social Work and Social Administration As a social work researcher and practitioner working in healthcare settings, Celia integrates best research evidence with clinical experience by applying the an

Professor Joseph C. W. CHAN 陳祖為 Professor: Joseph Chan received his bachelor’s degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, his master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and his D.Phil. from the University of Oxford.

Professor Cecilia L.W. CHAN Founding Director Professor Shu-Leong HO Associate Director Professor Tatia M.C. LEE Associate Director Dr. Siu-man NG Associate Director Dr. Celia H.Y. CHAN Associate Director Dr. Venus P.Y. WONG Executive Committee

Dr. Gary Y.W. Chan Assistant Professor Biochemistry Cell Biology Genetics Molecular Biology Room 4N11 (852) 2299 0849 [email protected] Website Interplay between DNA repair, chromosome segregation and genome instability, Mechanism of homologous

Under the governance of this research cluster, we have also established an Evidence-Based Social Work Practice Centre @SWSA HKU. This centre aims at providing a clinical practice platform for colleagues to develop and experiment their innovative social work

Dr. Celia Chan (陳凱欣博士), Assistant Professor, Social Work and Social Administration, HKU Dr. Susan Fan (范瑩孫醫生), Executive Director, Family Planning Association of Hong Kong

Celia Chan Although stress has been widely acknowledged to link to psychosomatic dysfunctioning, the underlying mechanism that transmits the impact is not adequately investigated. This study examined self-compassion as a potential mediator that may explain the pathway from stress to

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Chan, Celia Hoi-yan P. 6 2. Chan, C. H. Y. (2013). My ZProblem or Our Problem? Understanding the Infertility Diagnoses and Pre-Treatment Distress Among Chinese Women Undergoing in Vitro Fertilization. Abstract presented at the the 17th Annual Conference

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Chan, Celia Hoi-yan P. 6 2. Chan, C. H. Y. (2013). My ZProblem or Our Problem? Understanding the Infertility Diagnoses and Pre-Treatment Distress Among Chinese Women Undergoing in Vitro Fertilization. Abstract presented at the the 17th Annual Conference

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Professor Chan is a world leader in health and social work. She is editor and author of over 30 books, author of over 300 articles and book chapters in health and mental health in social work, eastern integrative empowerment intervention and outcome research

Dr Christian Chan Psychology HKU Face Camp Dr Janet Hsiao Psychology Self-Help E-Platform for Managing Insomnia Dr Shirley Li Psychology Fertility Knowledge: A tailored educational website on fertility awareness Dr Celia Chan Social Work and Social

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Dr Celia Chan Hoi-yan, Assistant Professor at DSWSA, has been collaborating with HKU’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in developing a self-help psychosocial support exercise called the Body-Mind Wellness Intervention Programme, tailormade for

Public Policy at HKU People Faculty of Social Sciences Professor John P. Burns Professor Danny W.F. Lam Dr. Elaine Y.M. Chan Professor Christine M.S. Fang Professor Alan N. Lai

FOUNDATION MEMBERS 基金會員 FOUNDATION MEMBERS 基金會員 HKU FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT 2017/18 53 52 # Mr Stephen Chan Chun-Hung 陳俊雄先生 * Mr Ricky C K Chan 陳振國先生 Dr Jane Chan Chun Kwong 陳真光醫生 Mr Otto Chan

Professor Cecilia L.W. CHAN, Dr. Celia H.Y. CHAN & Other Facilitators Professor Cecilia L.W. Chan is Si Yuen Chair Professor of Social Work and Health, Dr. Celia H.Y. Chan is Associate Professor and Director of the Master of Social Work Programme, in the

High parental stress will affect caregiving relationship “When the child experiences negative quality of life due to their skin condition, it affects the parents, too.” remarked Dr. Celia Chan, the “Seeing the Invisible” Program Director. “It is not only about caring for the

Dr. Celia Chan (陳凱欣博士), Assistant Professor, Social Work and Social Administration, HKU Dr. Susan Fan (范瑩孫醫生), Executive Director, Family Planning Association of Hong Kong

Si Yuan Professor in Health and Social Work, Professor of Social Work and Social Administration, and Deputy Director of the HKU-HKJC ExCEL3 Project. Professor Chan is recognised for her social entrepreneurship and innovations in developing new services

Should you have any further inquiries, please feel free to contact Ms Celia Chan at 2589 0500 or [email protected] Background Information IVF as physical and psychological demands for infertile women This is the 20th anniversary for IVF in Hong Kong.

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Chan, Hoi Yan Celia 2013 S2 SOWK2123 2A Community partnership and political dynamics Law, Chi Kwong 2015-16 Semester 1 CCCH9013 1A Love, Marriage and Sex in Modern China Ho, Sik Ying Petula 2013 S1 SOWK3116 1A A self-reflective journey SB

Founded in 2002, the Centre on Behavioral Health was set up under the Faculty of Social Sciences of The University of Hong Kong. The Centre cares about the society and aims at promoting holistic health in the community. Over the years, it maintains its visions to

HKU releases findings on anxiety and depression levels of women undertaking test-tube baby treatment and the first self-help “Body-Mind Health Wellness Intervention (From left) Pilot workshop participant Ms G; Dr Celia Chan Hoi-Yan, Assistant Professor of the