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Dr. Sun Hae Lee is a tenured faculty member in the Department of Social Welfare & School of Psychological Services at Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea. She received her doctoral degree in social welfare at the University of California at Berkeley and her Master of Social Work at Portland State University in Oregon, USA. Her research interests lie in the areas of designing and evaluating mental health promotion programs informed by post-structuralist ideas in family therapy. She has authored multiple papers on mental health literacy, help-seeking behaviors, and outcome studies on narrative practices in Korea. She is an active trainer and practitioner of narrative therapy in multiple community projects and a consultant for government and social service agencies. She is currently providing online education on narrative therapy to bilingual counselors in collaboration with the Korean American Mental Health Association in California, USA. She has been serving on the board of various academic associations since 2001. She is a family therapy supervisor certified by the Korean Association of Family Therapy, the Korean Counseling Association, and the Korean Society for Narrative Therapy.

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Appointments

  • President of the Korean Association of Family Therapy

  • Vice-President of the Korean Society for Narrative Therapy 

  • Editor-in-chief of the Asian Journal of Family Therapy

publications

Journals​

  • Chun, Y.-J. (2021). Public System for Family Counselling Service in South Korea. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 42, 390-401. https://doi.org/10.1002/anzf.1470

  • Chun, Y.-J. (2021). Research trend of family play therapy in Korea (2021). Family and Family Therapy,

Book

  • Chun, Y.-J. (2021). Marriage and Family in New Normal Era. Shin Jung Press

Sun Hae Lee, MSW, Ph.D. (Korea)
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Dr. Sun Hae Lee is a tenured faculty member in the Department of Social Welfare & School of Psychological Services at Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea. er research interests lie in the areas of designing and evaluating mental health promotion programs informed by post-structuralist ideas in family therapy. She is a family therapy supervisor certified by the Korean Association of Family Therapy, the Korean Counseling Association, and the Korean Society for Narrative Therapy.