Assoc. Prof. Jyhhong Lee, Asia University, Taiwan, China
Research Area: Industrial and organizational psychology, organizational culture and change, occupational health psychology, employee assistance program, work-life balance
Title：Conducting an effective EAP system to deliver professional services and prevent adaptive and neurotic problems
Abstract：EA professional origins from industrial social work and becomes more and more used to promote health, safety and supportiveness in workplace. Based on a set of 8 core technologies, it aims to help dealing with personal issues which affect employee’s efficiency and organization’s well-functioning, which includes managerial consultation, promotion and advocation, issue clarification and assessment, problem-oriented and motivational interview, case management and follow-up, vendor management and transfer, introducing benefits related to medical and behavioral problems, and evaluation on counseling and programs. In this presentation, the speaker will demonstrate what they are, how they work, and address certain principles and ethical considerations with colorful scenarios, as well as to what extend they could help with the real cases and scientific evidences. In addition, he will discuss the potential transference and application in various contexts like governments, schools, hospitals etc., rather than mere business.
Prof. Noor Shakirah Mat Akhir, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
Noor Shakirah Mat Akhir教授，马来西亚理科大学，马来西亚
Research Area: Islamic Thought; Islamic Counselling
Title：Building Self Fortification through the internalization of knowledge with reference to al-Ghazali’s Concept of Education
Abstract：A good education has the ability to establish a resilient student who is talented, alert and ready to fulfill his obligations. The student develops into a respectable person, worker and citizen. He is able to handle the process of changing or growing up and working positively around those changes rather than avoiding them. Such a student is a product of education that focuses on the development of a creative thinking mind. In effect, with such a mode of education, the student’s mind will always be upgraded with current ideas based on new information and latest technology, which in turn, enhances his mind to always be prepared to face new challenges in his daily life. This paper tries to highlight the necessary steps needed to actualize the internalization of knowledge, which subsequently results in self-actualization and the building up of self- fortification within the student. The focus is on al-Ghazali’s (d. 1111 M) concept of education. This is where the students start to develop their mental, physical and spiritual capacities in more meaningful ways. Their minds and senses need to be shaped to fulfill the aims and purposes of education towards building a ‘self-actualizing’ personality. This paper offers how the internalization of knowledge produces self-actualization and subsequently self-fortification.
Prof. Stephen F. Myler, CEO of Lok Yi Health Management Consulting（Shangahi）Co Ltd, Professor of Psychology, Hubei University, China
Stephen F. Myler教授，乐毅健康管理咨询（上海）有限公司首席执行官，湖北大学心理学教授
Research Area: Cognitive Psychology; Social Psychology; Personality, Learning & Development Psychology
研究领域：认知心理学; 社会心理学; 人格，学习与发展心理学
Title：18 Years in China / Clinical Therapist
Abstract：In this paper, Dr. Stephen F Myler PhD will discuss patient treatment of different nationalities in a Chinese setting – the different methodology used in practice and the cultural underpinnings of successful treatment. In addition, a look at a typical first session using Transactional Analysis and other eclectic approaches including the benefits of family systems and a psychodynamic approach. How patient biographies and linguistic analysis is still relevant from a Freudian perspective, how simple diagrams lead to big discussions and disclosure, how patients exit therapy for economic reasons or lowering of transference towards the counsellor seen as a successful outcome. Finally, some tips on the right atmosphere created by environment and light in your therapy office.