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陳德茂

Research interests:

– Clinical and family practice and research
– Men-in-Trauma studies
– Intimate partner violence
– Special Education Need

Publications:

Refereed Journals and book chapters

Chan, T.M. S. (2017). A work-individual-family inquiry on mental health and family responsibilities of dealers employed in the Macau gaming industry. Journal of Family Therapydoi: 10.1111/1467-6427.12168 (SSCI; 5-Year IF:1.237; SJR H-Index: 30)

Chan, T. M. S. & Tsang, W. H. (2017). Disclosure of victimization experience of Chinese male survivors of intimate partner abuse. Qualitative Social Work doi:1177/1473325017694080 (SSCI; IF:0.92; Social Work 21/42)

Chao, W.T, & Chan, T.M. S. (in press) Cross Disciplinary Systemic Collaboration in Student Counseling: The Challenges and Possible Solutions. Research in Applied Psychology (In Chinese)

Sim, T., Fang, X. Y., Chan, S., Loy, J., Sng, S., Lo, R., Chao, W. T., & Singh, R. (2017). Co-constructing family therapy in the Asian Chinese family diasporas of mainland China, Malaysia, Macau, Singapore and Taiwan. Journal of Family Therapy39(2),131-150. (SSCI; 5-Year IF:1.237; SJR H-Index: 32)

Chan, T. M. S., Teram, E., & Shaw, I. F. (2017). Balancing Methodological Rigor and the Needs of Research Participants: A Debate on Alternative Approaches to Sensitive Research. Qualitative Health Research. 27 (2), 260-270. (SSCI; 5-Year IF:2.065; SJR H-Index: 74)

Chan, T. M. S. & Shaw, I. (2016) Gender-sensitive Research in a Chinese Community. Asian Social Work and Policy Review, 10(1), 90-102.

Chan, T. M. S., Kwok, L. Y., & Siu, Y. N. J. (2015). The Macau family-in-transition: the perceived impact of casino employment on family relationships among dealer families. The Open Family Studies Journal, 7(suppl. 2), 86-95.

Chan, T. M. S. & Chung Y. L. A. (2017). Chinese Cultural Values and Solution Focused Therapy. In D. Hogan, D. Hogan, J. Tuomola & A. Yeo (Eds.) Solution Focused Practice in Asia (pp.20-25). New York: Routledge.

Non-refereed publications

Chan, T.M.S. (2017) The study on the effectiveness of holistic model in temporary shelter service for the homeless in Hong Kong. HK: Christian Concern for the Homeless Association. (In Chinese)

Chan, T.M.S. (2016) Construction of Intervention Model for Assisting Street-sleepers and Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Model. HK: Society for Community Organization. 84 pages (In Chinese)

Chan, T. M. S., & Lam, K. Y. (2015). Multiple Family Group Intervention for Families with Dyslexia Children : The Landscape of Narrative Therapy (2nd ed.). Hong Kong: Roundtable. 304 pages (In Chinese)

Presentation at conferences:

Multiple family narrative practice: In search of family agency for families with dyslexic child at the 2017 Narrative Practice Conference: “Honouring History, Weaving Hopes”, Hong Kong, 6-9 June 2017.

Balancing Methodological Rigor and the Needs of Research Participants: A Debate on Alternative Approaches to Sensitive Research with Prof Ian Shaw and Prof Eli Teram at the 4th International Conference on Practice Research: Recognising Diversity, Developing Collaboration, Building Network, 22 – 24 May 2017.

Social Work Practice research in Hong Kong: A Critical Review at the 4th International Conference on Practice Research: Recognising Diversity, Developing Collaboration, Building Network, Hong Kong, 22 – 24 May 2017.

The psychosocial barriers to help-seeking for addiction problem: Views of male service users and social workers, with Mr. Toby Yip at the 4th International Conference on Practice Research: Recognising Diversity, Developing Collaboration, Building Network, Hong Kong, 22 – 24 May 2017.

An approach to addressing homelessness in Hong Kong: life story approach with Mr. Lance Chan at the 19th International Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development, London, 24-25 April 2017.

Inclusion of the parents in the services for teenagers with dyslexia: An alternative intervention with Multiple Family Group (MFG) therapy, at the 2016 Conference on Youth Divide and Youth Inclusion: Agenda and Alternatives, Hong Kong, 14-18 June, 2016.

The Perceptions and Responses of Youth-at-risk towards Authority: Implication from Gender Perspective, with John Ng, at the 2016 Conference on Youth Divide and Youth Inclusion: Agenda and Alternatives, Hong Kong, 14-18 June, 2016.

A mixed-method study on personal mental health and family life among croupiers working in Macau gaming industry — Implications for Macau mental health and family support services at The 4th Asian Pacific Problem Gambling and Addiction Conference 2015: Neurological and Psychosocial Aspects of Gambling Disorder and Addiction, Hong Kong, on 8 – 9 May 2015.

Service provider and service user perspectives on male addicts’ psychosocial barriers to help-seeking in social services sector at The 4th Asian Pacific Problem Gambling and Addiction Conference 2015: Neurological and Psychosocial Aspects of Gambling Disorder and Addiction, Hong Kong, on 8 – 9 May 2015.