• Biographical Description

  • Ph.D. University of Missouri-Columbia

    M.A. Rollings College 

    M.S. National Chung-cheng University

    B.A. National Taiwan University

     

    Career highlights: Received the American Psychological Association Division 45 Best Poster Award in 2017 for "Racism and Mental Health: An Exploratory Research on Ethnic Minority Clients." Recognized by alumni as "the most meaningful positive impact faculty" in 2014 & 2015. Received the American Psychological Fund Award in 2007; received the American Psychological Association Grant Award in 2007; received the Outstanding Research Award in 2005 from the Division 17, APA, in 2005; Published in the American Psychologist, Journal of College Counseling, ACA VISTA, Encyclopedia of Counseling Psychology, and Exploration in Privilege, Oppression, and Diversity (edited by Sharon Anderson and Valerie A. Anderson).

     

    Research interests: multicultural counseling; counselors' cultural competencies; issues of cultural diversity; racism and mental health; social justice.

     

    Professional affiliations: American Psychological Association, American Counseling Association, Editor for the International Forum of The Counseling Psychologist.

    E-mail: Chu-Lien.Chao@du.edu

     

  • Courses Taught:

    • Basic Counseling Techniques
    • MA Practicum
    • MA Internship

     

     

  • Editorial Assignments

  • Editor
    The Counseling Psychologist, International Forum

     

    Consulting Editor 

     

    International Journal of Stress and Management

    Journal of College Counseling

    Reviewer

    Journal of Counseling Psychology

    The Counseling Psychologist

    Asian American Journal of Psychology

    Psychological Services

    Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology

     

  • Curriculum Vitae

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  • Grants

  • PROF Fund on "Race/Ethnicity, Color-Blind Racial Attitude, and School Counselors’ Multicultural            Counseling Competence: The Moderating Effects of Multicultural Training,” 2018. University of Denver. Amount of Grant: $18,507.5. Unfunded. (Primary Investigator)

    Elton John Aids Foundationon "Managing HIV-Related Stigma in Denver’s Medically Underserved         Populations." Elton John Aids Foundation, New York. (Under Review) (Primary Investigator).

    Faculty Research Fund (FRF). HIV Stigma and Emotional Outcomes: The Moderating Roles of Self-Compassion and HIV Identity Centrality.2015-2017. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. $3000. (Primary Investigator)

    Flowback Funding. Managing HIV Stigma from Positive Psychology Perspective.2016-2018. $7919.5. (Primary Investigator)

    Development of Online Courses. Office of Teaching and Learning. University of Denver, 2013-2014. Amount of Grant: $3,000. Funded. (Primary Investigator)

    PROF Fund on “Bicultural Self-Efficacy: A Way to Manage Minority Stress among Ethnic Minority Students,” 2010. University of Denver. Amount of Grant: $19,977. Funded. (Primary Investigator)

    Internationalization Grant on “Cultivating International Competence of Teachers-in Training,” 2010. The Office of Internationalization, University of Denver. Amount of Grant: $3,900. Funded. (Primary Investigator)

    International Scholar Grant on “Bridging and Connecting International Strengths,” 2010. InternationalCenter, Universityof Denver. Amount of Grant: $2000. Funded. (Primary Investigator)

    Curriculum Diversity Grant Fund on “Multiculturally Sensitive Mental Health Checklist among Ethnic Minority Students,” 2008. The Center for Multicultural Excellence. University of Denver. Amount of Grant: $2,700.00. Funded. (Primary Investigator)

    Research Proposal for Internationalization Small Grants on “The Roles of Social Support, Promote my Book and Conduct an International Research: Two Parts of Project,” 2008. The Office of Internationalization, University of Denver. $500. Funded. (Primary Investigator)

    Research Proposal for Internationalization Small Grants on “The Roles of Social Support, Dysfunctional Coping, and Well-Being in Psychological Distress: An International Comparative Study,” 2008. The Office of Internationalization, University of Denver. $750. Funded. (Primary Investigator)

    American Psychological Foundation Grant on “Multiculturally Sensitive Mental Health Checklist,” 2007. Amount of Grant: $1,500.00. Funded. (Primary Investigator)

    Promoting Psychological Research and Training on Health Disparities Issues at Ethnic Minority Serving Institutions (ProDIGS), “Multiculturally Sensitive Mental Health Checklist,” awarded by the American Psychological Association, 2006. Amount of Grant: $6,000.00. Funded. (Primary Investigator)

    NIDA/NIH Training Grant, 2006. Substance Abuse, Criminal Justice, and HIV in African Americans: Research Development Workshop. Amount of Grant: $2000.00 Funded. (Primary Investigator)

    ACCA Research Award on “Multicultural Sensitive Intake Checklist: Development, Factor Analysis, Reliability, and Validity,” AmericanCollege Counseling Association, 2005. Primary Investigator. Amount: $1500.00. Funded.

    Emerging Leader Grants, awarded at the American College Counseling Association, 2004. Amount of Grant: $1000.00. Funded. (Primary Investigator)

This portfolio last updated: 17-Aug-2018 11:30 AM