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Prof. SO Ho Wai, Suzanne
Associate Professor (Department of Psychology)
Fellow of Morningside College
Member of CUHK eLearning Community of Practice (eLCoP
BA in Experimental Psychology
(University of Oxford)
MSSc in Clinical Psychology
(The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
PhD in Psychology
(King’s College London)
(ON MICRO-MODULE DEVELOPMENT)
As a clinician and educator, Suzanne is keen to bridge what the books say about mental illness with what real people experience in their daily life, so as to make conceptual knowledge come alive and to promote a more humanistic understanding of service users’ experiences.
Funded by the University Grant Committee (UGC) Teaching Award, Suzanne developed a set of 8 micro-modules on anxiety and depression. The micro-modules, entitled ‘Low-Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy’, are freely accessible through the KEEP online platform (https://course.keep.edu.hk/). These theory-informed micro-modules, conducted in Cantonese, illustrate the core clinical features of several anxiety and depressive disorders, as well as basic concepts and skills for assessing these symptoms. The materials can be used in a blended learning or flipped classroom mode for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in psychology, clinical psychology, counselling, education, social work, medicine and nursing, etc.
Funded by the CUHK Micro-Module Courseware Development Grant, Suzanne also developed a set of 4 micro-modules on ‘The Art and Science of Clinical Supervision’. These materials combine up-to-date literature on clinical supervision and evidence-based practice with first-hand experience sharing from clinical psychology students, graduates and supervisors.
Clinical psychology; cognitive behavioural therapy; psychological assessment; psychology research; reflective practice; clinical supervision.
Use of Self-Practice/Self-Reflection (SP/SR) in clinical psychology training: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14623943.2018.1536652
Undergraduate teaching (BSSc in Psychology)
Postgraduate teaching (MSSc and PsyD in Clinical Psychology, MA, MPhil and PhD in Psychology)
Academic advisor and clinical tutor, Department of Psychology