EQ counseling center is founded by Dr. Yung-Lung Chen. Through his years of counseling and research experience in university, community centers and clinical settings, both in the US and in Taiwan, Dr. Chen has served many clients from various cultural and ethnical backgrounds. In terms of his clinical application, he is a believer of effective research-based interventions to help clients to cope with emotional difficulties, interpersonal relationship issues and family issues. At the same time, he appreciates and acknowledges each person’s individuality, and is dedicated to work with you to meet your goals. Counseling has become fairly common in the US and other western countries. Upon his return to Taiwan, he saw the lack of counseling services and decided to open up EQ Psychological Counseling Center to help more people.
Consulting Psychologist of Higher Examination（諮心字 001566）
Department of Education Certified Assistant Professor （助理字 第030462）
Ph.D, Counseling Psychology, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
M.A., General Psychology (Personality and Social Psychology), National Taiwan University
B.A., Sociology, National Taipei University
Multicultural counseling, emotional difficulties, relationship and intimacy issues, life development and personal wellness, psychology and counseling research
Mandarin, Taiwanese, English
- Pre-Doctoral Internship, Counseling Center at University of California, Berkeley
- Community Counseling Center Internship, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
- Volunteer at Nursing Home, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- Member of American Psychological Association
- Counseling Center Supervisor and Counselor at National Tsing Hua University
- Assistant Professor, Center for General Education at National Tsing Hua University
- Chen, Y. L., Lamborn, S. D., & Lu, H.（2017）. Euro-American parents&qpos; socialization for the multiple identities of children adopted from China. International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation, 6, 152 – 164.（APA）
- Chen, Y. L., & Fouad, N. A.（2016）. Bicultural work motivation scale for Asian American college students. International Journal of Vocational and Educational Guidance, 16, 275 – 297.（SSCI）
- Chen, Y. L., Liu, M. C., Tsai, T. W., & Chen, Y. H.（2015）. Religious practices in cross-cultural contexts: Indonesian male science students&qpos; adjustment in Taiwan. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 62, 464 – 475.（SSCI & APA）
- Chen, Y. L., & Fouad, N. A.（2013）. Asian American educational goals: Racial barriers and cultural factors. Journal of Career Assessment, 21, 73 – 90.（SSCI）
- Vespia, K., Fitzpatrick, M.E., Fouad, N. A., Kantamneni, N., & Chen, Y. L.（2010）. Multicultural career counseling competence. Career Development Quarterly, 59（1）, 54 – 71.（SSCI）
- Fouad, N. A., Kantamneni, N., Kraemer, M., Chen, Y. L., Fitzpatrick, M.E., & Terry, S.（2008）. Asian American career development: A qualitative analysis. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 72（1）, 43-59.（SSCI）
- Fouad, N.A., Chen, Y. L., Guillen, A., Henry, C., Kantemnani, N., Novakovic, A., & Terry, S.（2007）. Role Induction in Career Counseling, Career Development Quarterly, 56（1）, 19-33.（SSCI）
To schedule a counseling appointment, please contact us by phone (04- 2320-1006 / 0902-303-366 ) during our business hours from Monday to Friday, or click here to fill out the online form. We will contact you shortly.
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 2 pm-8:30 pm
- Wednesday 2 pm-5 pm
- Saturday 10 am-5 pm
- Individual Counseling Session (50-55 minutes) NTD 2300
- Couple, Family Counseling Session (80 - 85 minutes) NTD 3300
- No Show NTD 500
- Extended Session Time & Late Fee: Regular session rate
- Payment is made in cash.
**Please arrive on time. Late time is included in service fee.
**Clients typically meet with therapist once a week, for a total of 6 – 8 sessions. This can be further discussed with therapist.
Address and Contact Information
No.21, Jingcheng 11th St., West Dist., Taichung City 403, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
04- 23201006 | 0902-303-366 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.eqpsycology.com