Foley, Y. C. (2010). Yuehong Sandplay Encouragement Method. In Lowenstein, L. (Eds). Creative Family Therapy Techniques: Play, Art, and Expressive Activities to Engage Children in Family Sessions. Champion Press, Toronto.
Foley, Y. C. (2010). A qualitative study of parents’ reactions to Filial Therapy in a public school. In Baggerly, J., Ray, D., & Bratton, S. (Eds). Effective Play Therapy: Evidence- Based Filial and Child-Centered Research Studies. John Wiley & Sons.
Foley, Y. C., & Mullis, F. (2008). Interpreting children’s human figure drawings: basic guidelines for school counselors. Georgia School Counselor Association Journal, 1(1), 28-37.
Foley, Y. C., Matheny, K. B., & Curlette, W. (2008). A cross-generational study of Adlerian personality traits and life satisfaction in Mainland China. Journal of Individual Psychology, 64(3), 324-338.
Holland D., & Foley, Y. C. (2008). The impact of filial therapy on trauma recovery of a mother and son. Play Therapy, 3(1), 10-14. Click here to view.
Foley, Y. C., Higdon, L., & White, J. (2006). A qualitative study of filial therapy: Parents’ Voices. International Journal of Play Therapy, 15, 37-64.
Foley, Y.C. (2005). Cross Generational Personality Variables and Stress Coping Resources among Mainland Chinese. Click here to view.
Ancis, J., Chen, Y.H. & Schultz, D. (2004). Diagnostic Challenges and the So-Called Culture-Bound Syndromes. In Ancis, J. R. (Eds) Culturally Responsive Interventions (pp.197-209). New York: Brunner Routledge.
Awards and Scholarships:
2009 July - Awarded State of Georgia School Counselor Writer of Year 2009.
2009 May - Awarded Georgia Region II School Counselor Writer of Year 2009.
2009 February - Awarded Gwinnett County Public Schools Counselor Writer of Year 2009.
2005 April - Awarded Ross Trust Scholarship by American Counseling Association, USA, for outstanding achievements in leadership skills, academic studies, research and presentations, and community services.
2003 September to 2004 July - Awarded 2003-2004 annual Matheny Scholarship by Counseling and Psychological Services Department, College of Education, Georgia State University, U. S. A. for outstanding achievements in leadership skills, academic studies, research and presentations, and community services.
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