School Counselling in a Chinese Context: Supporting Students in Need in Hong Kong

School Counselling in a Chinese Context: Supporting Students in Need in Hong Kong

by Ming-tak Hue (Editor)


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781138854598
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 12/30/2016
Series: Routledge Series on Schools and Schooling in Asia Series
Pages: 194
Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

About the Author

Ming-tak Hue is a Professor, also the Head of Department of Special Education and Counselling, Director of Integrated Centre for Wellbeing, member on Faculty Board of Faculty of Education and Human Development, at the Education University of Hong Kong.

Table of Contents


1.Chapter 1: Introduction: School Counselling in Hong Kong Schools and Cultural Influence (Ming-tak Hue)
Part I: Therapeutic use of Counselling
2.Chapter 2: Play in the Context of Early Childhood Education in Hong Kong (Chi-hung Leung)
3.Chapter 3: Understanding play and peer play among pre-school children in low-income families in Hong Kong (Chi-hung Leung)
4.Chapter 4: Therapeutic use of companion animals: Using animal-assisted therapy to support students with special educational needs (Suk-chun Fung)
5.Chapter 5: Application of mindfulness approaches for promoting mental health of students in school counselling (Ngar-sze Lau)

Part II: Counselling for Students in Need
6.Chapter 6: Contesting gender binaries in school counselling - Supporting students encountering transgender harassment (Diana, Kan Kwok and Kim Kwok)
7.Chapter 7: School Counselling for the Gifted: Responding to the Social Emotional Needs of Gifted Students (Eva Yin-han Chung)
8.Chapter 8: Risk taking of Hong Kong students (Hoi-yan Cheung)
9.Chapter 9: Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Students Facing School Harassment - Affirmative School Counseling Practice in Hong Kong (Diana, Kan Kwok)

Part III: Counselling Program in Schools
10.Chapter 10: Building a culturally responsive guidance program: Attending to the counselling needs of ethnic minority students (Ming-tak Hue)
11.Chapter 11: School-based humane education programme in Hong Kong: Current implementation and future direction (Suk-chun Fung)

12.Chapter 12 Conclusion: Moving School Counselling Forward (Ming-tak Hue)

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