CHEN Shitao


Telephone: 58809250


Research Interests: Counseling Intervention for Children and Adolescents; Group Counseling; Evidence-based Interventions; Emotion Regulation; Counseling Supervision

Personal resume

Education background

Indiana University Bloomington, School Psychology, Ph.D.

Indiana University Bloomington, Counseling and Counselor Education, M.S.

Ningbo University, Education, B.A.

Employment record

Assistant Professor, Beijing Normal University, Sep. 2017- Present

Intern, Pacific Clinics, Asian Pacific Family Center, Sep. 2016- Aug 2017

Scientific research

Current projects
Evidence based treatment for Adolescent Anxiety 
Utilization of the Supervision Model in China
Establishment of the Mental Health System for the Fire Department in Beijing

List of publications:* denotes corresponding author
Chen, S*. (2020).  An online solution focused brief therapy for adolescent anxiety during the 
novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic: a structured summary of a study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials 21, 402.

Wang, Y., Hu, Z., Peng, K. et al.(2020). Mapping out a spectrum of the Chinese public’s 
discrimination toward the LGBT community: results from a national survey. BMC Public Health, 20, 669.

Chen, S*. (2019). Chinese Adolescents’ Emotional Intelligence, Perceived Social Support, 
and Resilience—The Impact of School Type Selection. Frontiers in Psychology, 10.

Chen, S.,& Sung, H. (2016, July). Promoting Emotional Intelligence: From Theory to 
Practice. Workshop presented at 2016 International School Psychology Association, 38th Annual Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Chen, S. (2015, Aug). Re-examine the factor structure of TEIQue-ASF in Asian Culture. 
Poster presented at 2015 APA convention, Toronto, Ontario. 

McClain, M. B., &Chen, S. (2013, March). Paired reading intervention for ELL students who 
are struggling with reading. Poster presented at Indiana University Special. Education Research Seminar Program, Bloomington, IN. 

Wong, Y. J., Horn, A. J., &Chen, S. (2013). Perceived masculinity: The potential influence of 
race, racial essentialist beliefs, and stereotypes. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 14, 452-464.

Teaching experience

Social service


Professional Memberships

Association of Chinese Helping Professionals and Psychologists-International (ACHPPI)

American Psychological Association (APA)

National Association of School Psychologist (NASP)

Member of Chinese Psychological Society


Counseling Psychologist (No: X-20-042)

Professional Educator’s License (No: 10193854)

National Certified Counselor (License No: 303254)