Dr. Wong Pui Yan, Venus
Dr. Venus Wong received her BSS(General – Psychology), MSS(Behavioral Health) and Ph.D. degrees from The University of Hong Kong. Her teachings focus on behavioral health, mindfulness, spirituality, holistic clinical practice and wellbeing for practicing healthcare professionals and trainees.
Dr. Wong is a seasoned training consultant, specializes in strength-based body-mind-spirit approach integrating the indigenous wisdom and evidence-based practices from both the Eastern and Western teachings. She has been actively involved in wellbeing training for medical students, frontline health care practitioners and other human service professionals, including participants from Hong Kong, mainland China, US, and Korea. Her research interests include holistic intervention, mindfulness, and medical humanities. She is currently a voluntary member of the Plum Village Mindfulness Academy supporting the professional program development under the Plum Village tradition and the teaching of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh.
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- Position: Lecturer
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|Wong, V. P. Y.*, et al. (2016). Mindfulness training for medical students: introducing spirituality with personal awareness and self-compassion. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, SBM 2016.|
|Wong, R. S. C., Wong, V. P. Y.*, Chen, J. Y., & Chan, L. C. (2016). Reflective space: The medical library as a mindfulness sanctuary. Keeping Reflection Fresh: A Practical Guide for Clinical Educators. Kent State University Press|
|Ho, R. T., Sing, C. Y., & Wong, V. P.Y.* (2016). Addressing holistic health and work empowerment through a body-mind-spirit intervention program among helping professionals in continuous education: A pilot study. Social work in health care, 55(10), 779-793.|
|Ho, R. T. H., Potash, J. S., Lo, P. H. Y., & Wong, V. P. Y.*(2014). Holistic interventions to trauma management for teachers following disaster: expressive arts and integrated body-mind-spirit approaches. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development, 24(4), 275-284.|
|Program Development Officer, Plum Village Mindfulness Academy|