Dean
Dr. Meei-Ju Lin
EDUCTTION
    Ph.D. Purdue University            Major: Counselor Education
PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT
  • Dean, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan (2010.02~)

  • Professor, Dept of Counseling & Clinical Psychology, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan (2009.08~)

  • Acting Dean, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan (2009.10~2010.01)

  • Associate Dean, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan (2009.08~2010.01)

  • Chief Editor, Chinese Journal of Guidance and Counseling (TSSCI) (2007~2009)

  • Professor, Dept of Counseling Psychology, National Hualien University of Education, Taiwan (2006.08~2008.07)

  • Advisory Editor, Journal of Psychotherapy Research (SSCI) (2007~)

  • Board of Directors, Taiwan Guidance and Counseling Association (2007~)

  • Executive Director, Association for Taiwan Play Therapy (2007~)

  • Committee of Student Guidance Consultation, Ministry of Education, Taiwan (2006~)

  • Acting Dean, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan (2009.02~2009.07)

  • Associate Dean, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan (2008.08~2009.07)

  • Professor, Dept of Counseling Psychology, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan (2008.08~2009.07)

  • Professor, Dept of Instructional and Counseling Psychology, National Hualien Teachers College, Taiwan (2001.08~2006.07)

  • Director, Dept of Instructional and Counseling Psychology, National Hualien Teachers College, Taiwan (2004.08~2006.07)

HONORS and AWARDS
  • Who¡¦s Who in the World, 2009.
  • Contribution Award, Taiwan Guidance and Counseling Association, 2008.
  • Service Award, Chinese Guidance Association, 2007.
RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Supervision on Counseling
  • Narrative Research
  • Group Counseling and Psychotherapy
  • Counseling Process Research
  • Projective Tests

PUBLICATIONS

A. Journal articles

  • Wang.,& Lin, M.(in press). Case Study of narrative therapy with children. The Archive of Guidance & Counseling.

  • Wang, N., & Lin, M. (in press). Depressive Disorder and Suicidality among Adolescents with High Depressive Mood: A Two-year Follow-up Study. Formosa Journal of Mental Health.

  • Lin, M., & Wang, N. (2008). TAT Story Analysis in Female Outpatients with Depressive Disorder. Taiwanese Journal of Psychiatry, 22(1), 47-56.

  • Wen, C., Wen, S., Lin, M., Wang, N., & Hung, Y. (2008). A Study of Career Narratives and Career Rehabilitation for Patients with Chronic Schizophrenia. Chinese Journal of Guidance and Counseling, 24, 147-179.

  • Wang, L., Lin, M., Wang, W. Tien, H, & Lin, H. (2005). Professional developmental of elementary school counseling in Taiwan. Journal of Basic Education in Hong Kong 4(1), 83-99.

  • Lin, M. (2005). Perspective shift on Accountability of American School Counseling and Guidance. Journal of Education Research, 134, 147-154.

  • Lin, M., & Liu, C. (2004). An Exploratory Study of Children's Personality Profiles on the Tell-Me-A-Story. Psychological Testing, 551(2), 255-290.

  • Lin, M. (2002). An empirical study on consultation competency and measurement. Chinese Annual Report of Guidance & Counseling, 12, 117-152.

  • Lin, M. (2002). The work should not be missed in elementary school counseling: Consultation. Guidance Quarterly, 38(2), 8-16.

  • Lin, M., & Lin, M. (2001). A case study of filial therapy: The changing process of a mother. Journal of National Hualien Teachers College, 12, 23-48.

  • Lin, M. (2000). Needs, current works, and barriers in performing elementary school guidance and counseling. Chinese Annual Report of Guidance & Counseling, 8, 51-76.

  • Lin, M. (2000). Narrative research: Beginning from life stories. Guidance Quarterly, 36(4), 27-34.

  • Lin, M. (2000). Evaluation and reflection on effects of behavioral consultation training curriculum. Guidance Quarterly, 36(3), 24-31.

  • Liu, C., & Lin, M. (2000). The interpretation of TAT stories from a hermeneutic point of view. Proceedings of National Science Council, 10, 217-231.

  • Tien, H., Lin, M., Wang, L., & Wang, W. (2000). Current developmental trends on Consensual Qualitative Research in counseling psychology: Dialogue with Dr. Clara E. Hill. Guidance Quarterly, 36(4), 1-6.

  • Wang, L., & Lin, M. (2000). Development and validation of the group therapeutic factor inventory. Chinese Annual Report of Guidance & Counseling, 9, 1-24.

  • Chiang, S., Lin, M., & Chen, Y. (1999). Group therapeutic and anti-therapeutic factors from different group approaches for chronic schizophrenics: An exploratory study. Chinese Group Psychotherapy Report, 5(4) 1-18.

  • Lin, M., & Wang, L. (1999). Development of a scale of group anti-therapeutic factor. Chinese Group Psychotherapy Report, 5(2) 4-15.

  • Liu, C., & Lin, M. (1999). Assessment of moral values: Feasibility of the TAT¡]I¡^: Theoretical study. Journal of National Hualien Teachers College, 8, 1-32.

  • Lin, M., & Wang, L. ¡]1998¡^. Therapeutic and anti-therapeutic important events in groups. Chinese Annual Report of Guidance & Counseling, 6, 35-59.

  • Lin, M., Tsia, E., & Wang, L. (1997). An exploration study on consultation concept from elemantary school counselors. Chinese Annual Report of Guidance & Counseling, 5, 119-149.

  • Lin, M., Kelly, K. R., & Nelson, R. C. (1996). A comparative analysis of the interpersonal process in school-based counseling and consultation. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 43(4), 389-393.

  • Hall, A. S., & Lin, M. (1995). Theory and practice of children¡¦s rights: Implications for mental health counselors. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 17, 63-80.

  • Hall, A. S., & Lin, M. (1994). An integrative consultation framework: A practical tool for elementary school counselors. Elementary School Guidance and Counseling, 29, 16-27.

B. Convention presentations
  • Lin, M. (2009). Narrative coherence in therapeutic diaries: Development, interpretation, and application. Keynote speech, presented at the Annual Meeting of the Taiwan Guidance and Counseling Association 2009, Taipei, Taiwan.

  • Lin, M., Wen, C., Mazarakis, T., & Lai, Y. (2009). Every day gets a little closer? Analysis from narrative coherence perspective. Paper presented at the Society for Psychotherapy Research Conference 2009, Santiago, Chile.

  • Kwan, K. K., Leung, S. A., Lin, M. J., & Chan, C. C., & Gerstein, L. (2008). Chinese counseling journals and internationalization of counseling psychology. Symposia presented at the 2008 International Counseling Psychology Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

  • Lin, M.(2004). Training effects on helping skills for undergraduate students in Taiwan: Measures of the HSM, HSS, and SEQ across training process from helper and client perspectives. Paper presented at the Society for Psychotherapy Research Conference 2004, Rome, Italy.

  • Lin, M.(2002). From CQR to story telling: Reactions toward catharsis / arousal, conflict, and discomfort (CQR III: Consensual Qualitative Research in Taiwan. Paper presented at the Society for Psychotherapy Research Conference 2002, Santa Barbara, California, USA.

  • Lin, H., Wang, L., Lin, M., Wang, W., & Tien, H. (2001). Counselor training model in Taiwan: Retrospection and future development. Paper presented at the American Counseling Association 2001 Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas.

  • Liu, C., & Lin, M. (2001). A comparative study of children's personality profiles on the TEMAS and personality inventory. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Hualien Teachers College Research Convention, Hualien, Taiwan, ROC.

  • Lin, M. (1999). A study of elementary school counselor training model (2): Current works and barriers in performing elementary school guidance and counseling. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Chinese Psychological Association, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.

  • Lin, M., Wang, L., Tien, H., Wang, W., & Lin, H. (1999). The study of the training model of the elementary school counselors: The current status as well as the dilemma of the guidance and counseling. Paper presented at the Cross Century Seminar of the Guidance and Counseling. National Chunghwa University of Education, Chunghwa, Taiwan, ROC.

  • Liu, C., & Lin, M. (1999). Assessment of moral values: Feasibility of the TAT¡]II¡^: Empirical study. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Hualien Teachers College Research Convention, Hualien, Taiwan, ROC.

  • Wang, L., Wang, W., Lin, M., Tien, H., & Lo, M. (1999). The professional development process of novice counselor. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Chinese Guidance Association, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.

  • Lin, M., & Wang, L.¡]1998¡^. Development of a scale for assessment of group therapeutic and anti-therapeutic factors. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Chinese Association of Group Psychotherapy, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.

  • Lin, M., & Wang, L.¡]1998¡^. Group anti-therapeutic factors: Critical event analysis. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Chinese Psychological Association, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.

  • Lin, M., Lee, E., Tu, T, Tzung, H., Tsia, H., & Lua, E. (1997). An exploratory study on Interpersonal Process Recall in pre-counselors in practicum. Paper presented at the meeting of the ¡§The 50th anniversary of National Hualien Teachesr College¡¨, Hualien, Taiwan, ROC.

  • Lin, M., Lin, M., & Chen, S. (1996). An exploratory study on group therapeutic and anti-therapeutic factors. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Teachers Colleges Research Convention, Taitung, Taiwan, ROC.

  • Lin, M. (1995). A comparative analysis of the interpersonal process in school-based counseling and consultation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Chinese Psychological Association, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.

  • Nelson, R. C., Smith Jr, G. D., & Lin, M. (1994). On the CREST: A group process for the rest of us. Paper presented at the 2nd national conference of the Association for Specialists in Group Work, Florida, USA.

C. Book chapters

  • Lin, M., Chou, T., & Lin, C. (2009). Chinese version of Edwards Personal Preference Schedule. Taipei: Psychological Publishing Co., Ltd.

  • Lin, M. (2001). Research on group therapeutic and anti-therapeutic factor in group process. Taipei: Hsin-Li.

  • Tien, H., Wang, W., Lin, M., & Wang, L.(1998). Training on school counselors: Difficulties, hopes, and futures. In Chinese Guidance Association (Ed.), Futures on guidance & counseling. Taipei: Hsin-Li.

D. Research Grants

  • Lin, M. (2009). Narrative Coherence in Counseling: Conceptual Analysis and Practice Correlates (2/2). National Science Council (NSC97-2410-H-026-018-MY2), Taiwan, ROC.

  • Lin, M. (2008). Narrative Coherence in Counseling: Conceptual Analysis and Practice Correlates(1/2). National Science Council (NSC97-2410-H-026-018-MY2), Taiwan, ROC.

  • Lin, M. (2005). Personality trait, personality adaptation, and personality narratives in Children projective test. National Science Council (NSC-94-2413-H-026-007), Taiwan, ROC.

  • Lin, M. (2001). A quasi-experimental study on consultation training model. National Science Council (NSC-90-2413-H-026-013-F19), Taiwan, ROC.

  • Lin, M., Wang, L., & Tien, H. (2000). A conceptual work on consultation competency and training model. National Science Council (NSC-89-2418-H-026-001-F19), Taiwan, ROC.

  • Lin, M., & Liu, C. (2000). A comparative study of children¡¦s personality profiles on the TEMAS and personality inventory. National Science Council (NSC-89-2413-H-026-001), Taiwan, ROC.

  • Lin, M., Wang, L., & Lin, H. (1999). A study of elementary school counseling & guidance: Current works and Strategies. National Science Council (NSC-88-2418-H-026-001-F19), Taiwan, ROC.

  • Lin, M. & Wang, L. (1998). Study on group therapeutic and anti-therapeutic factors: Scale development. National Science Council (NSC-87-2413-H-026-003), Taiwan, ROC.