Fred Chou

Fred Chou
Position
Assistant Professor
Credentials

B.Sc. (Alberta), MA (Trinity Western), PhD (Brit Col) RPsych

Contact
Office: MacLaurin A457
  • Intergenerational Trauma
  • Chinese-Canadian Mental Health
  • Participatory Action Research
  • Narrative Research
  • Complex Developmental Trauma
  • Community Psychology
  • Cultural Psychology
  • Youth Mental Health Literacy and Suicide Prevention
  • Collaborative Practices in Mental Health

Fred Chou’s research focuses on intergenerational trauma and Chinese-Canadian families, collaborative approaches in mental health care, and youth mental health literacy and suicide prevention. As a researcher, Fred specializes in qualitative research and in participatory and narrative research methodologies. His academic and clinical interests also include exploring the integration of community psychology, cultural psychology, and spirituality within counselling psychology as a discipline.

Refereed Articles

Chou, F., Kwee, J., Buchanan, M., & Lees, R. (2016). Participatory Critical Incident Technique: A Participatory Action Research Approach for Counselling Psychology. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 50(1), 51-74. Retrieved from https://cjc-rcc.ucalgary.ca/article/view/61032

Chou, F., Kwee, J., Lees, R., Firth, K., Florence, J., Harms, J., … Wilson, S. (2015). Nothing about us without us! Youth-led solutions to improve high school completion rates. Educational Action Research23(3), 436-459. http://doi.org/10.1080/09650792.2015.1013047

Book Chapters

Buchanan, M. J., Bennett, A., Chou, F., & Lutz, K. (2016). Working in the field of traumatic stress: A review of evidence-based interventions. In N. Gazzola, M. Buchanan, O. Sutherland, & S. Nuttgens (Eds). Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy in Canada. Ottawa: CCPA Press.

Buchanan, M. J., Keats, P. A., Bennett, A., & Chou, F. (2015). Case studies in Secondary Traumatic Stress and Compassion Fatigue. In L. Martin and B. Shepherd (Eds.). Ethics in a Canadian Context. Ottawa: CCPA Press.

Other Publications

Chou. F., Huang, C., & Pradhan, K. (2018). The Core Connectors Initiative: Curriculum guide (2nd ed.). Vancouver, BC: Adam’s Apples Foundation

Chou, F. (2017). The Core Connectors Initiative: Curriculum guide. Vancouver, BC: Adam’s Apples Foundation

Chou, F., Anderson, K., &, McDonald, M. (2016). Communities of Practice (CoP) as a Vehicle for Systemic Change in Child and Youth Mental Health Care. Vancouver, BC: The Institute of Families. Retrieved from http://familysmart.ca/resources/

Chou, F., Anderson, K., &, McDonald, M. (2016). Collaborative Practices in Family Therapy. Vancouver, BC: The Institute of Families. Retrieved fromhttp://familysmart.ca/resources/

Geddes, C. & Austin, K., & Chou, F. (2015). Complex care and intervention user guide. Chilliwack, BC: Complex Trauma Resources

Chou, F., Anderson, K., &, McDonald, M. (2015). Family and Youth Participatory Action Research. Vancouver, BC: The Institute of Families. Retrieved fromhttp://familysmart.ca/resources/

Chou, F., Anderson, K., &, McDonald, M. (2014). The Importance of Family Centred Care. Vancouver, BC: The Institute of Families. Retrieved fromhttp://familysmart.ca/resources/

Chou, F., Anderson, K., &, McDonald, M. (2014). Collaborative practice and policy. Vancouver, BC: The Institute of Families. Retrieved fromhttp://familysmart.ca/resources/

Chou, F., Anderson, K., &, McDonald, M. (2014). Collaborative research and evaluation. Vancouver, BC: The Institute of Families. Retrieved fromhttp://familysmart.ca/resources/

Chou, F., Anderson, K., &, McDonald, M. (2014). Creating a culture of feedback: Feedback informed child and youth mental health care. Vancouver, BC: The Institute of Families. Retrieved from http://familysmart.ca/resources/

Chou, F., Anderson, K., &, McDonald, M. (2014). Transition to parenthood: Planning for parenthood with mental illness. Vancouver, BC: The Institute of Families. Retrieved from http://familysmart.ca/resources/

Chou, F. (2014). Youth As Gatekeepers: Program manual. Chilliwack, BC: The F.O.R.C.E. Society for Kids’ Mental Health

ED-D 522 Skills and Practice for Counselling