On Counseling in Hong Kong: Can Person-centered Approach Fit in the Hong Kong Culture?
Leung, Wing Sum (2012) On Counseling in Hong Kong: Can Person-centered Approach Fit in the Hong Kong Culture? [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)] (Unpublished)
The current study aims to investigate whether the person-centered approach as a western model is an appropriate counseling orientation within Hong Kong, a specific East-Asian context. The study is a literature review on the person-centered counseling’s application in Hong Kong in light of investigation of the Hong Kong culture and counseling profession; a phenomenological account will also be provided on evaluating person centered philosophy and Chinese philosophy. Accordingly the research focus will be in five parts:
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