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Graduate Programs

Dr. Chung-fan Ni
Associate Professor
503-838-8038
nic@wou.edu

BS National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan, 1994: Nursing
MA Hotstra University, 1998:
Creative Arts Therapy with Distinction
Ph.D. Oregon State University, 2004: Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology

 

 

Professional: In 2003, Chung-fan made a life changing decision to quit her teaching job in Taiwan to come the US for her Ph.D. studies in Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology with a focus on Rehabilitation Counseling. Accumulatively, she has ten years of professional experience in college teaching, research, counseling, art therapy, and nursing. She has taught Research, Ethics, Counseling Theories, Job Placement, Medical Aspects, Career Counseling, Practicum, Advanced Practicum, and Professional Orientation to Rehabilitation Services and Resources at Western Oregon University. Her scholarly interest ranges widely, including various racial groups, rehabilitation needs and outcomes, mental disorders, and substance abuse. She also has research interests in interventions to promote mental health, education, and employment among racial minorities.

Personal: Chung-fan loves to travel and learn about different cultures and countries. After being to four continents and 14 countries, there are still many places that she would love to see.

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