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Prof Young-Ju Chun 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 has 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 MFTs in Korea.

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Appointments

  • Vice president of Korean Association of Family Therapy

  • Vice president of Korean Association of Family Relations

  • 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

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

Young-Ju CHUN.Ph.D.
AAFT  Vice President
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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.