Nguyen Thi Minh Hang
Ph.D
Assistant professor

I am an associate professor of Psychology at Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities (USSH), Vietnam National University (VNU).

I am vice director of Center for Assisting and Consulting Psychology  and function as an adviser for National Hotline for Children Counseling and Support, Vietnam Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs.

My clinical work includes Counselor and Therapist of Centre for Assisting and Consulting Psychology as well as supervisor in Center for psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents, Department of Children's Affairs, MOLISA, Vietnam.

I am a member of the Editorial Board of Health Psychology Report (Poland), member of the Vietnam Psycho-Pedagogical Association and  Member of Consortium to Advance School Psychology - International (CASP-I).

My teaching includes Introduction to Clinical Psychology, School Psychology, Assessment in Clinical Psychology, Health Psychology, Assessment and Intervention in School Psychology, Psychotherapy Techniques, Intervention for children with PTSD.

In my research I am interested in internalizing disorders of children and adolescence, anxiety and depression treatment, prevention of psychological disorders, Buddhism, mental health and well-being, Buddhism psychotherapy.

 

University of Social Science and Humanities.
Vietnam National University.
Department of Clinical Psychology.
Faculty of Psychology.

Associate Professor
Ph.D in developmental Psychology

Publications 

·      Nguyen Thi Minh Hang, Dang Hoang Ngan (2019). Buddhism and Psychological Health. Hanoi National University Publication.

·      Nguyen Thi Minh Hang (Editor) (2017), Tran Thanh Nam, Nguyen Ba Dat, Nguyen Ngoc Diep (2017). Clinical Psychology. Hanoi National University Publication.

·      Truong Thi Khanh Ha, Nguyen Van Luot, Nguyen Thi Minh Hang, Truong Quang Lam (2016). Values education for children in the family. Hanoi National University Publication.

·      Hoang Moc Lan (Editor), Nguyen Huu Thu, Truong Thi Khanh Ha, Nguyen Thi Minh Hang, Trinh Thi Linh, Bui Thi Van Anh. (2015). Social – Psychological problems in of Vietnamese elders. Hanoi National University Publication.

·      Hass, M., Luong, B., Le, N.P., Do, H.N., Tran, T.T.A., Nguyen, T.M.H. (2014), Risk and Protective Factors among Vietnamese High School Youth. The Healthy Students Survey-Vietnam (HSSV). Chapman University, Loyla Marymounth University.

·      Nguyen, H.T., Le, K., Nguyen, T.M.H. (2012). Psychological trauma of Vietnamese Victims of Agent Orange/dioxin. Hanoi National University Publication.

·      Le, V.A.; Phan, T.N.A.; Nguyen, T.Q.; Nguyen, T.M.H. (2007) Building Counseling Model in School. In Education, Psychology and Mental Health problems of Vietnamese Children - Theoretical and applied Interdisciplinary Research, pp. 455-488. Hanoi National University Publication.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2006). Comparison the Education Orientation and Styles between Vietnamese and Russian Parents. In “Contemporary Problems of Social Sciences” No.34, pp.171-178. Publication by MPGU, Moscow, Russia.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2006). Children’ Socialization Process and Family Education in Vietnam. In “Contemporary Problems of Social Sciences” No.33, pp.192-197. Publication by MPGU, Moscow, Russia.

Publications – Refereed:

·      Nguyen, T.M.H (2019). Applying Buddhism in psychotherapy: achievement and perspects. In Proceedings of The conference on Social Assistance Activities of Contemporary Buddhism”. Hanoi: Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanity, Hanoi, Vietnam, pp 162-181.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Dao, L.H. (2019). Satisfaction with life in adolescents: what are impact family factors? In Proceedings of The 5th International Conference on Child Mental Health in Vietnam”, Hanoi: Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanity, Hanoi, Vietnam, pp 185-196.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2019). Mindfulness, nonattachment and life satisfaction of students: what are contributions to positive psychology? In Proceedings of the International Conference on Healthy Behavior in Modern Society. Hanoi: Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanity (USSH), Hanoi, Vietnam, pp. 252-265.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Nguyen, N.T. (2018). Psychological well-being of adolescents who are only child in Hanoi. Proceedings of Sixth International Conference on School Psychology “The role of school psychology in promoting well-being of students and families”, pp. 376-384. University of Education publishing house; ISBN 978-604-54-4471-9.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Nguyen, T.T.H. (2018). Self-esteem in Vietnamese children 5 – 6 ages. Proceedings of International Conference “Development Social Factors for Education”. Аrbakan, November, 24th 2017, рр. 186–190. ISBN: 978-5-7810-1657-0, Moscow, Russia.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H, Nguyen, M.H, Phi, T.T.H., Nguyen, T.T. (2016). Stress in patients diagnosed with peptic – duodenal ulcer. Proceedings of International Conference “Psychological Trauma and Support Activities”. November, 14 – 15th 2016, Hanoi, Vietnam.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2016). Mental Health of Buddhists: influence of demographic and religious variables. Proceedings of International Conference: Health care – Sociological and Social work problems. November, 4 – 5th 2016, Hanoi, Vietnam.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Nguyen, T. T. H. (2016). Self-esteem of children 5 – 6 year-olds. Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Urgent Issue of Personality in Current Psychology. February 8th (pp. 67 – 76), Moscow, Russia.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2015). Prevention and Intervention Program for Middle School Students. Proceedings of the International Conference on School Social Work: International Experiences and Oriented Development in Vietnam. March 20 (pp. 89-98), Hanoi, Vietnam.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2015). Anxiety of Middle School Students in Vietnam. Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Urgent Issue of Personality in Current Psychology. February 5th (pp. 145-148), Moscow, Russia.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2014). Contemporary Research on Emotion disorders in Children and Adolescents in Vietnam. Proceedings of the Conference on Developing Training Programs and Managing Quality Assurance for Training and Services in School Psychology in Vietnam, August 14-15th, 2014, pp. 385-394, Hanoi, Vietnam.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2014). Psychological Problems and Psychological Supports for Vietnamese Students. Proceedings of the Conference on Educational - Psychological Support in School. March 25, (pp. 51-55), Ulan-Ude, Buretia, Russia.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2012). Clinical Psychology Training Major at USSH: 10-year reviewing. Proceedings of the Conference on Psychological Training, Research and Application in the context of International Integration. November 2012, pp101-107. Hanoi, Vietnam.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2012). Aggression of Children and Aggressive Children: Assessment and Intervention. Proceedings of the Conference on Developing Skills and Models of Service Delivery in School Psychology. July 26-27, 2012, pp. 499-512, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2010). Mental Health Problems of Vietnamese Victims of Toxic Chemical/dioxin. Proceedings of the Conference on Psychological Consequences of Toxic Chemical Victims in the Vietnam War. March 19-20th, 2010, pp. 29-35, Hanoi, Vietnam.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Nguyen, T.T. (2009). Need for Psychological Support of Middle School and High School Students at Nam Dinh City. Proceedings of the Conference on Needs, Direction and Training of School Psychology., August 3 – 4th, pp. 137-142, Hanoi, Vietnam.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Nguyen, T.N. (2009). School Anxiety of First Grades. Proceedings of the Conference on Needs, Direction and Training of School Psychology. August 3-4th, pp. 90-94, Hanoi, Vietnam.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2008). Operating Models of School Psychologists. Proceedings of the Conference on Appling Psychology in School. October, 2008; Hanoi University of Education, Hanoi, Vietnam.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2008). Research and Teaching of Clinical Psychology in the Faculty of Psychology of USSH. Proceedings of the Conference on Mental Health, January 11-13rt, 2008, pp. 175-281, Ha Tay, Vietnam.

·      Hoang, C.T.; Tran, T.N.; Nguyen, T.T.; Cao, V.H.; Nguyen, T.M.H. (2008). Mental Health of Middle School. Proceedings of the Conference on Intervention and Prevention of Mental Health of Vietnamese Children. December 11-12th, pp.194-203. Hanoi, Vietnam.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2006). Socialization Problems and Parenting Styles in Vietnam. Proceedings of the Conference on Problems and Perspectives of Preschool Education. March 16, pp.203-205. Moscow, Russia.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2002). Consequences of Divorce. Proceedings of the Conference on Family and Family Crisis. June 20-12th, 2002, pp. 136-142, Vinh Phuc, Vietnam.

Publications in professional newsletters:

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2019). Ethical considerations related to evidence-based practice in psychotherapy. Journal of Psychology, ISSN: 1859-0098.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Nguyen, T. A. N. (2019). Influence of school factors on emotional disorder risk in Vietnamese middle school students. Health Psychology Report, 7(4), 316–324. ISSN: 2353-4184.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Cao, P.T., Tran, T.T. (2019). Compassion and life satisfaction in university students. Journal of Psychology, 9 (245). ISSN: 1859-0098.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Ngo, T.T.L., Tran, T.N. (2019). Role of Acceptance for stress coping in cancer patients. Journal of Psychology, 4 (241), 46 – 65. ISSN: 1859-0098.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Nguyen, V. H. (Thich Minh Dat), (2019). Influence of religious orientations on nonattachment in Vietnamese Buddhists. Journal of Psychology, 1 (238), pp. 32 – 49. ISSN: 1859-0098.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Do, V.T. (2018). Relationships between emotional intelligence and compassion among Christian practitioners who were living in seminary and monastery. Journal of Psychology, 9 (234), pp. 19 – 34. ISSN: 1859-0098.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2018). Coping of stress in Vietnamese Buddhists. Journal of Psychology, 6, pp. 34 – 45. ISSN: 1859-0098.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Nguyen, V.H. (2018). Positive and Negative Emotions and Nonattachment in Vietnamese Buddhists. Asian journal of Social Sciences Studies, Vol. 3, No.1; 2018, 32–42. ISSN 2424-8517, E-ISSN 2424-9041. Doi:10.20849/ajsss.v3i1.324.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Dang, H.N., Nguyen, V.H. (2018). The Relationship Between Non-Attachment And Mental Health Among Vietnamese Buddhists. European Proceeding of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. XXX, 179–197. e-ISSN: 2357–1330. Doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2017.9

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2017). Religiosity in Vietnamese Buddhists. Vietnam Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol., N.6, December, 2017, pp. 707-721. ISSN: 2354 – 1172.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2017). Religious Coping and Mental Health in Vietnamese Buddhists. Journal of Psychology, 12, pp. 15 – 32. ISSN: 1859-0098.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Dang, H.N. (2017). Buddhist non-attachment philosophy and psychological well-being in Vietnamese Buddhists. European Proceeding of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. XX, 119 – 134, e-ISSN: 2357 – 1330. Doi.org/10.15405/epsbs/2017.01.02.14.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Bui, T.Q.A. (2017). Adapt Non-Attachment Scale using a sample of Vietnamese Buddhists. Journal of Psychology, 10, pp. 36 – 46. ISSN: 1859-0098.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H, Cao, T.T.N. (2016). Social and Psychological adaptation of freshmen in Haiphong University. Journal of Psychology, 11, pp. 34 – 44. ISSN: 1859-0098.

·      Dang, H.N., Nguyen, T.M.H. (2016). Measurements of religious beliefs: Achievements and challenges. VNU Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol. 2, No. 4. ISSN: 2354 – 1172

·      Nguyen, T.M.H, Hoang, T.N.P., Nong, T.M. (2016). Stress faced by Gifted Vietnamese students: what might contribute to it? Health Psychology Report, vol. 4(1), pp. 16 - 23. eISSN:2353-5571, ISSN: 2353-4184.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2015). Applying Buddhism – A New Approach in Psychotherapy. Journal of Psychology, 11, pp. 49 – 63. ISSN: 1859-0098.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Nguyen, T.T.T. (2015). Case Studies of Adolescents with Bullying Behaviors. Journal of Social Psychology, No.2, 2015; pp. 54-66. ISSN: 0866 – 8019.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2014). Coping of Emotion Problems of Middle School Students. VNU Journal of Science: Social Sciences and Humanities; Vol.30, No.4, pp. 25-34. ISSN 0866-8612.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Nguyen T.A.N., Cao T.T.N. (2014). Perception and Behaviors of Teachers to Emotion Problems of Middle School Students. Journal of Social Psychology, No.11, 2014, pp. 1-12. ISSN: 0866 – 8019.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2014). Perception and Behaviors of Parents to Emotion Problems of Middle School Students. Journal of Psychology, No.10, 2014; pp. 50 – 64.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2013). Value Orientation of Vietnamese and Russian children and adolescents. Journal of Social Psychology, No.3 December 2013, pp. 11-25. ISSN: 0866 – 8019.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H., Hoang, T.N.P. (2012). School Difficulties of Primary Students. Journal of Psychology, No.4, 2012 No. 4/2012, pp. 33 – 45.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2009). Operating Models of School Psychologists. Journal of Psychology, No.3, March, 2009.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2007). Study Children with divorced parents by Drawing Test. Journal of Psychology, No.11 (104), November, 2007, pp. 33-39.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2007). Cross-Cultural Research on Characteristics of Socialization Process of Vietnamese and Russian Children and Adolescents. Journal of Psychology, No.10 (103), October, 2007, pp. 26-30.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2007). Cross-Cultural Research on Characteristics of Socialization Process of Vietnamese and Russian Children and Adolescents. Journal of Teaching Psychology (Russia), No.3, March, 2007, pp. 61-73.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2006). Comparison the Socialization Process between Vietnamese and Russia Students. Journal of Applied Psychology, No.5, 2007, pp. 109-116.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2005). Individual Characteristics and their meaning in the Children’ Socialization Process. Journal of Psychology, No.11, 2005, pp. 25-28.

·      Nguyen, T.M.H. (2003). Some Psychological Characteristics of Children with Divorced Parents. Journal of Psychology, No.2, 2003, pp. 27-31.