Lilian C. J. Wong

Lilian C. J. Wong: MA, educational psychology, University of Texas at Austin, PhD, Counselling Psychology, U. of British Columbia. Psycho-Educational Consultant, School Psychologist, and Area Counsellor for several School Boards in Ontario and British Columbia. From 2001 to 2005, Associate Professor and School Counselling Coordinator in the Graduate Program in Counselling Psychology, Trinity Western U., B.C. From 2006 to 2009, Associate Professor of Psychology at Tyndale University College, Toronto. Internationally recognized for her research on multicultural competencies in clinical supervision. Other areas of research include: cross-cultural assessment, multicultural counselling, Play Therapy, resilience, moral & character development, emotional & social intelligence, ethical issues in counselling and cross-cultural clinical supervision. Co-editor, Handbook in Multicultural Perspectives on Stress and Coping (2006, Springer), and The Positive Psychology of Meaning and Spirituality (2007, INPM Press), co-editor Addiction, Meaning, and Spirituality, the 6th International Meaning Conference Proceedings (in progress, INPM Press). She is on the Boards of Directors of International Network on Personal Meaning (INPM)