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รองศาสตราจารย์ ดร.อรัญญา ตุ้ยคำภีร์
Associate Professor Dr.Arunya Tuicomepee, Ph.D.



Current Position :
รองคณบดี คณะจิตวิทยา
ผู้อำนวยการหลักสูตรศิลปศาสตรดุษฎีบัณฑิต/มหาบัณฑิต สาขาวิชาจิตวิทยา
อาจารย์ประจำสาขาวิชาจิตวิทยาการปรึกษา

Education :
• Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 2007 with a certification of Psychology Internship at University Health Services, Counseling and Psychological Services, University of California, Berkeley, USA
• M.A., Chulalongkorn University
• B.S., Mahidol University

Research Areas :
• Psychological and mental health issues of youth and their environments (e.g., school, family, and community) in disasters
• Risk (unhealthy) behaviors and behavior problems in youth and early adult
• Influence of social policies on preventing mental health problems in youth and early adult, and in counseling and psychotherapy for this population
• Professional development and related areas
• Presenting concerns and psychological challenges of college and university students

Teaching Areas :
Research Methods and Design in Psychology, Fundamental of Abnormal Psychology, Clinical Supervision, Professional and Ethical Issues, Practicum in Counseling Psychology

Clinical Practices :
Clinical approaches: Humanistic-Existential Therapy, Brief Therapy, and Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
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Intake interview and counsel clients individually for both males and females of ages 18-70, of Thai and International clients, and experiencing a variety of mental health concerns (adjustment difficulties, eating disorders, drug and chemical dependence, coping with mental health challenges (e.g., mood disorders, anxiety, PTSD, depression, and personality disorders-mainly Borderline Personality Disorders and Borderline Intellectual Functioning)
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Arrange and conduct counseling and psychoeducation groups/workshops for clients with career and vocational issues, lacking of life goals and purpose in life, learning difficulties due to procrastination and related issues, life changes/crisis (e.g., grief and loss), anxiety, and depression.

Grants :
A research grant from the Faculty of Psychology, Chulalongkorn University (US$500) in 2000 and 2001.

Professional Societies :
• Thai Psychological Association (TPA)
• American Psychological Association (APA)
• Thai Psychological Association (TPA)
• Division 52 of APA (International Psychology)

ผลงานทางวิชาการ
Honors and Awards :
• Recipient of the Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs (CCPTP), 2007.
• Recipient of the Graduate Student Research Award, Society for the Counseling Psychology (Division 17: International Section) of the American Psychological Association, 2007.
• The Award of Merit, the Competition for Student International Research Award, Society for the International Psychology (Division 52) of the American Psychological Association, 2007.
• The Chulalongkorn Scholarship, Chulalongkorn Univeristy, Bangkok,Thailand , 2004- 2006.

Selected Publications :
Tuicomepee, A., & Romano, J. (under review). Risk and Protective Factors Associated with Child and Adolescent Experiences of the 2004 Tsunami Disaster among Thai Youth: A Mixed Methods Examination. Manuscript submitted for publication at Journal of Counseling Psychology.
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Xiong, Z.B., Rittig, K.K. & Tuicomepee, A. (under review). Differences between delinquent and non-delinquent siblings in Hmong immigrant families. Manuscript submitted for publication at Journal of Psychology.
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Tuicomepee, A., & Romano, J. (2005). Children and adolescents in natural disasters: Psychological implications for Thai youth affected by the 2004 Tsunami. Journal of Mental Health of Thailand, 14, 134-141.
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Tuicomepee, A., & Romano, J. (2005). Psychological well-being of Thai drug users: Implication for prevention. International Journal for the Advancement of Counseling, 27,429-442.
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Xiong, Z.B., Tuicomepee, A., LeBlanc, L., & Rainey, J. (2005). Hmong immigrants' perceptions of family secrets and sources of disclosure. Family in Society, 87,231-435.
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Xiong, Z.B., Rittig, K.K., & Tuicomepee, A. (2005). Parent-adolescent conflicts and adolescent adjustment in Hmong immigrant families in the United States. In Frank, C. (Ed.) Parent-Adolescent Relaltions. New York: NOVA Publishers.
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Xiong, Z.B., & Tuicomepee, A. (2004). Hmong families in America in 2000: Continuity and change. In B.Thao, L.Schein, & M. Niedzweicki (Eds), Hmong 2000 census publication: Data and analysis (pp.12-20). Washington, DC: Hmong National Development, Inc.
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Tuicomepee, A. (2002). Meaning and satisfaction in life of Thai youth drug addicts. Thai Mental Health Journal, 10, 151-160.
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Tuicomepee, A. (2001). Development of Purpose-in-Life Scales of Thai undergraduate students. Thai Mental Health Journal, 9,18-26.

Address :
Faculty of Psychology Chulalongkorn University, 7th Fl. Borommaratchachonnanisrisattapat Bldg., Rama 1 Rd. Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330 Thailand Phone: (662) 218-1182 Fax: (662) 218-1195
E-mail : arunya.t@chula.ac.th



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