Evaluating Treatment Outcomes on Cognition, Behavior and Stress of Parents with Aggressive Children

By Annis Fung.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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The program with cognitive-behavioral therapy sought to assist in developing parenting skills and styles in order to manage children’s aggressive behaviors effectively, and decrease parental stress.

Keywords: Aggressive Children, Parental Styles, Parent-child Relationship, Parental Stress

International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp.9-20. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.956MB).

Dr. Annis Fung

Dr. Annis Lai-chu Fung is a Visiting Assistant professor at City Univeristy of Hong Kong, teaching undergraduate and postgraduate level courses in psychology and counselling specialty. She taught Bachelro degree courses in psychology and counselling at Hong Kong Baptist University for eight years, and she was a counselling psychologist working with children, youth , couples and families for many years before teaching at the tertiary level.My teaching and research interests are mainly in the areas of children and youth psychology, marital and family counselling, parent education, teaching training, school bullying, aggression and violence, parental stress, anger management, and parent-child relationship.I teach various courses in different programmes, such as Family-based service and family practice, Learning and motivation, Working with individual and families, Research project in psychology, Counselling and Guidance, Managing the inclusive classroom, Psychology research paper, Counselling children and youth, Domestic violence: Prevention and treatment, and Counselling practicum.


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