1. initiate innovative research on consulting psychology and counselling psychology to enrich quality research productivity of the University;
2. conduct intervention studies and practice to proactively enhance mental health and well-being as well as building hope and resilience of teachers, parents and students in local communities.
The WJLCCPRC leads research in the aforementioned foci areas and welcome participation from community partners. Our team members are from multidisciplinary expert fields, including industrial organisational psychologist, social and community psychologist, clinical psychologist, psychiatrist and statistician, etc. The Centre aims to bridge the gap between science and practice, and presents a collaborative “train the trainer model” between researchers from tertiary institution and frontline teachers/parents in the community for promoting psychological wellbeing.