Culture and child psychopathology
Parent training programs
Child and adolescent anxiety
Mental health care for Asian and Asian American families
About Dr. Fung
Dr. Joey Fung is Associate Professor of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary. Her research interests lie in parenting, parent-child relations, mindfulness, and culture and child psychopathology. Together with her students and colleagues, she is conducting research on school-based prevention intervention for ethnic minority youths, spirituality and mindfulness meditation, and identifying non-traditional delivery systems of mental health care in international settings.
Her work has been published in professional journals including the Journal of Family Psychology, Behavior Therapy, Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, and Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology.
Check out Dr. Fung's blog posts with the Thrive Center below.
Is it possible to cultivate empathy and compassion in kids? Dr. Joey Fung shares 6 ways parents can do this.> Read More
Dr. Joey Fung emphasizes the importance of mindful parenting and how parents can thrive during this pandemic.> Read More
Dr. Joey Fung offers 3 ways mindfulness can help us manage our emotions in the face of grief and loss.> Read More
Dr. Joey Fung shares 5 mindfulness practices to help us manage grief during these trying times.> Read More
Role of Mindfulness in the Midst of Pain
Dr. Joey Fung offers 5 ways mindfulness can help us stay present during seasons of pain and suffering.
Role of Nonjudment in Mindfulness
Dr. Joey Fung shares how mindfulness can help align our thoughts with our values without judging ourselves.
What is Mindfulness, Actually?
Dr. Joey Fung define mindfulness as "remembrance" rather than "alertness" in this article.