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School counselling in a Chinese context : supporting students in need in Hong Kong / edited by Ming-tak Hue.

Contributor(s): Hue, Ming-tak.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: LB1027.5 .S366 2018Series: Routledge series on schools and schooling in Asia: Publication: New York, NY : Routledge, 2018Description: vi, 186 p.Notes: Reprint. Originally published: 2017.ISBN: 9781138365759; 1138365750.Subject(s): Educational counseling -- China -- Hong Kong | Education -- China -- Philosophy
Contents:
1. Introduction: School Counselling in Hong Kong Schools and Cultural Influence / Ming-tak Hue -- Part I Therapeutic use of Counselling -- 2. Play in the Context of Early Childhood Education in Hong Kong / Chi-hung Leung -- 3. Understanding play and peer play among pre-school children in low-income families in Hong Kong / Chi-hung Leung -- 4. Therapeutic use of companion animals: Using animal-assisted therapy to support students with special educational needs / Suk-chun Fung -- 5. Application of mindfulness approaches for promoting mental health of students in school counselling / Ngar-sze Lau -- Part II Counselling for Students in Need -- 6. Contesting gender binaries in school counselling - supporting students encountering transgender harassment / Diana, Kan Kwok and Kim Kwok -- 7. School Counselling for the Gifted: Responding to the Social Emotional Needs of Gifted Students / Eva Yin-han Chung -- 8. Risk taking of Hong Kong students / Hoi-yan Cheung -- 9. Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Students Facing School Harassment - Affirmative School Counseling Practice in Hong Kong / Diana, Kan Kwok -- Part III Counselling Program in Schools -- 10. Building a culturally responsive guidance program: Attending to the counselling needs of ethnic minority students / Ming-tak Hue -- 11. School-based humane education programme in Hong Kong: Current implementation and future direction / Suk-chun Fung -- Conclusion -- 12. Conclusion: Moving School Counselling Forward / Ming-tak Hue.
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Reprint. Originally published: 2017.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Introduction: School Counselling in Hong Kong Schools and Cultural Influence / Ming-tak Hue -- Part I Therapeutic use of Counselling -- 2. Play in the Context of Early Childhood Education in Hong Kong / Chi-hung Leung -- 3. Understanding play and peer play among pre-school children in low-income families in Hong Kong / Chi-hung Leung -- 4. Therapeutic use of companion animals: Using animal-assisted therapy to support students with special educational needs / Suk-chun Fung -- 5. Application of mindfulness approaches for promoting mental health of students in school counselling / Ngar-sze Lau -- Part II Counselling for Students in Need -- 6. Contesting gender binaries in school counselling - supporting students encountering transgender harassment / Diana, Kan Kwok and Kim Kwok -- 7. School Counselling for the Gifted: Responding to the Social Emotional Needs of Gifted Students / Eva Yin-han Chung -- 8. Risk taking of Hong Kong students / Hoi-yan Cheung -- 9. Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Students Facing School Harassment - Affirmative School Counseling Practice in Hong Kong / Diana, Kan Kwok -- Part III Counselling Program in Schools -- 10. Building a culturally responsive guidance program: Attending to the counselling needs of ethnic minority students / Ming-tak Hue -- 11. School-based humane education programme in Hong Kong: Current implementation and future direction / Suk-chun Fung -- Conclusion -- 12. Conclusion: Moving School Counselling Forward / Ming-tak Hue.

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