Prof Chun Young-Ju currently works as a professor at the Department of Welfare & Counseling, Silla University, South Korea, teaching family counseling, family studies, and MFT supervision. She majored in Child Development & Family Studies at Yonsei University, Korea, and achieved her Master's and Ph.D. at Purdue University, USA. She is a certified supervisor of family therapy and marriage and family counseling in Korea, and have taught family therapy and family relations for more than 2 decades. Her research interests include such areas as multigenerational transmission of emotional system, differentiation/individuation, divorce therapy, parental counseling, and video supervision. She is actively involved in public training, consultation, and supervision for MFT in Korea.
Vice President, Chair of Scientific Committee, Editorial board, Licensing board, Korean Association of Family Therapy
Chair of International Committee, Korean Association of Marriage and Family
Committee member, Editorial board, Korean Association of Family Relations
Chairman, Scientific Committee, Consortium of Institute on Family in the Asian Region (CIFA)
Editorial Advisory Board, Contemporary Family Therapy
Editorial Advisory Board, Asian Journal of Family Therapy
2019. International peer consultation on a family therapy case. Asian Journal of Family Therapy. 3(1), 1-10
2019. Suggestions for Parental Counseling Model (PCM) for helping youths who refuse counseling -focusing on multi-case analysis. Korean Journal of Counseling 20(1), 249-268.
2018. Explorative study on family or origin among the divorcing and married couples in Korea. Asian Journal of Family Therapy. 2(2), 13-26.
2018. Research trend of ADHD children and adolescents and current status of family therapy intervention. Korean Journal of Family and Family Therapy. 26(3), 455-474.
2017. Structural family therapy for abusive parenting and adolescent game addiction. Korean Journal of Family and Family Therapy. 25(2), 347-373.
2014. Narrative therapy with a never-married mother and her child: reconstructing the identity of parenthood. Korean Journal of Family Therapy. 22(4), 323-345.
2014. Video supervision with client participation for a case of mother abuse. Korean Journal of Family Therapy. 22(4), 301-322.
2013. A comparative study on Gottman couple therapy and emotion-focused couple therapy. Korean Journal of Family Therapy. 21(3), 1-19.
2013. Asian couples in negotiation: a mixed-method observational study of cultural variations across five Asian regions. Family Process. 52(3), 499-518.
2013. The effects of the life respect education program on the middle school students' suicidal attitude and cognition of participant role in school violence. Adolescent Studies. 20(5), 49-75.
2013. The profession of family therapy in South Korea: current status and future directions. Contemporary Family Therapy. 34, 388-399.
2012. Experiences of videotaped supervision among family therapy supervisees. Korean Journal of Family Therapy. 20(11), 111-134.
2011. The effect of Dado on the differentiation of self and the marital quality among the middle aged women. Korean Journal of Family Relations. 16(1) 95-116.
2010. Conflictual issues in marital conversation, patterns of dysfunctional interaction, and dyadic perspective-taking among the Korean couples with minor children. Korean Journal of Counseling. 11(3), 1305-1324.
2010. The pathways from parents' marital quality to adolescents' school adjustment in South Korea. Journal of Family Issues. XX(X), 1-18.
2010. The Effect of Couple Group Counseling Program for The Couples with Clinical Problems-Improving Mutual Understanding and Communication-. Korean Journal of Family Relations. 14(4), 109-136.