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Volume 4, Issue 1 2008

 

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Inaugural 2008 Asia Pacific Rim International Counselling Conference

Counselling in the Asia Pacific Rim: A Coming Together of Neighbours

 

I. Introduction

A great deal of work has gone into the production of this Conference Special Issue. Authors have submitted articles, reviewers have read papers and provided comments and suggested changes prior to publication, and the journal editors and managers have steadfastly followed up and organised attachment after attachment submitted for review.

 

A special thank you goes to the Co-Editors of this special issue, Dr Nadine Pelling and Dr Brian Sullivan. Additionally we also thank Dr Randolph Bowers for his assistance in formatting submissions for final publishing and all but a few of the authors of articles in this special issue for blind reviewing various manuscripts. We would also like to acknowledge Dr Catherine Sun whose vision and hard work made the conference and this special edition a reality.

 

The conference itself was a wonderful experience with nearly 400 delegates and students participating to make this an unforgettable experience. For a full description and photos of the conference further information is available in ACA’s peer reviewed journal, Counselling Australia, Vol 8, #3 Spring 2008 edition which can be found on www.theaca.net.au . Most excitingly a post conference meeting was held with counsellors from Malaysia, Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea to formalize the raising of a new regional association the Asia Pacific Rim Confederation of Counsellors Ltd (APRCC). APRCC will take on representative duties in the region as well as help to develop counselling within the region. For further information on APRCC  you can contact the secretariat on philip@theaca.net.au .

 

Both peer reviewed and invited articles and invited presentations are provided and it is hoped that these all will aid in our appreciation and understanding of counselling in our region.

 

Philip Armstrong

Managing Editor

Conference Special Issue

 

 
Table of Contents
Part A: Peer Reviewed Papers Presented at the Conference

Title

Author

Page

The Counselling Education and Supervision Process - Dialogue and Transformation

Ann Moir-Bussy

1-16

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Transition to Comprehensive Student Guidance Service in Hong Kong

Brian Lee,

Cindy Wong

17-23

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Cultural Issues in Counseling: An International Perspective

Melati Sumari,

Fauziah Hanim Jalal 

24-34

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The Psychology of George Gurdjieff: Implications for Counselling Mark Cescato

35-53

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A mixed blessing? Using email for counselling and psychotherapy at a distance

J. Wright,

D. Gooder,

S.K.W. Lang

54-63

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Evolution of family therapy in the United States and Canada Sally St George

64-77

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Appreciative Inquiry: A Powerful Family Therapy Intervention C. Rogers

78-90

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Ethnical match effect of Chinese counselor in working with Indigenous Australians in Australia B. Fan

91-98

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An overview of teenage depression in the US J. McCarthy

99-110

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Eliciting values through verbal prompting in the counselling arena S. Wotzke

111-133

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Risk and Protective behaviors of family with youth misbehaviors in a collectivist society: Implications for family counseling

F. H. Jalal

M. Sumari

134-161

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Part B: Invited Papers Presented at the Conference

Title

Author

Page

The Malaysian Counselling Profession, History and Brief Discussion of the Future

Mihajlo Tome

Glamcevski

1-18

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Life Skills Education for Young People: Coping with Challenges

Aishath Nasheeda

19-25

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Drug and Alcohol Counselling from a Psychodynamic Perspective D. Walsh

26-36

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A Preliminary Cross-cultural Study of Student Guidance System: The Involvement of Class Teachers in Student Guidance and Counseling System in Primary Schools

D. Yagi

C. Bing-kwong

L. Chi-on

H. Lai-har

37-44

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Part C: Invited Presentations Presented at the Conference

Title

Author

Developmental Discriminant Approach for School Counselling Clinical Supervision in an Asian Setting

Leong Jenn Yeoong

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International neighbours: building a research infrastructure that works at local, national and international levels

Nancy Rowland,

Sue Wheeler

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The Legitimization Marriage and Family Therapy in the United States: A Cautionary Tale William F. Northey

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Share in the Experience of Four-step Model in Family Treatment

MENG Fu,

LIU Dan

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Advertised Counsellors and Psychologists in Hong Kong and Singapore Nadine Pelling Download
Sugar and spice and all things nice: what are competent counsellors made of? Development of a Core Curriculum for counselling and psychotherapy Presentation

Nancy Rowland,

Sue Wheeler

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II. Regular Submissions

This section contains regular articles submitted for and included via peer review.

 

Philip Armstrong

Managing Editor

Conference Special Issue

 
Table of Contents

Title

Author

Page

Using Expressive Counselling Tools to Enhance Emotional Literacy, Emotional Wellbeing and Resilience: Improving Therapeutic Outcomes with Expressive Therapies

Pearson, M.

Wilson, H.

1-19

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