Dr. Lau Yuk-king
BSSc (CUHK); MSW (CUHK.); Master in Narrative Therapy and Community Work (University of Melbourne), PhD (CUHK); RSW, Accredited Supervisor (Australian Counselling Association)
- Practice and research with post-divorce families
- Practice and research with students who refused to attend school
- Family intervention and family-centered practice
- Narrative Therapy and Community Work
- Family impact assessment
- Work and family interface
- Lau, Y.K. & Wong, H. (2016). Statutory minimum wage in Hong Kong: a family impact analysis. Journal of Family Studies, published on line on 3rd June 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13229400.2016.1176590
- Lau, Y.K. (2015). Issues and challenges in performing family impact analysis – Implications for Hong Kong. Asian Social Work and Policy Review, 9(3), 257-268. DOI: 10.1111/aswp.12063
- Lau, Y.K (2014). The debate over joint parental responsibility model in Hong Kong. China Journal of Social Work, 7(2), 145-160. DOI: 10.1080/17525098.2014.921208
- Lau, Y.K., Ma, J.L.C., Wan, P.S., & Lai, L.Y. (2014). Work-family interface in Hong Kong in Hong Kong: Implications for social work practice. Journal of Family Social Work, 17(1), 3-20. DOI: 10.1080/10522158.2013.865286
- Lau. Y.K. (2011). A narrative oriented multiple-family group with students who refuse to attend school and their parents. International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, 2011(4), 46-57
- Lau, Y.K. (2010). The impact of fathers' work and family conflicts on children's self-esteem – The Hong Kong case. Social Indicators Research, 95 (3), 363-376.
- PI of the study on "The Effectiveness of the Parenting Coordination Service for Divorced Families of Hong Kong Catholic Marriage Advisory Council" (2015-2018) (Co-PI: Professor Glenn Stone, Professor & Chair, BSW Program, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, USA)
- PI of the study on "Impacts of Parents' Co-Parenting Approaches on Children's Well-Being in Post-Divorce Families in Hong Kong" for Hong Kong Family Welfare Society (2015-2016)
- PI of the study on "Family Impact Assessment on Statutory Minimum Wage" for the Hong Kong Council of Social Service (2.2.2013- 31.4.2014) (CI: Prof. Wong Hung)
- PI of the RGC Earmarked Grant Project on "Working in Mainland China: Family Decision and Family Adjustment" (1st October 2005 – 30th March 2008) (Co-investigators: Prof. Joyce Ma Prof. Chan Ying Keung and Prof. He Liping)
- PI of the practice and research project on "Family-centred Practice with students who refused to attend school" since 2003.
- PI of the study on "Comparative study on economic development and women's family status". (Nov, 2001-Dec, 2002) (Co-investigators: Prof. Joyce Ma and Prof. Chan Ying Keung)
Key Community Services
- Member of the Admissions, Budgets and Allocations Committee of The Community Chest.
- Subject Specialist of Hong Kong Council for Academic Accreditation (2003-2014, 2015-the present)
- Co-opted member of the Specialized Committee on Family and Community (2013-2015)
- Honorary Consultant of Hong Kong Association of Squint and Double Vision Sufferers (Since 2011)
- Honorary clinical advisor of the Community Mental Health Intervention Project of the Richmond Fellowship of Hong Kong (Since 2007)
Awards & Honor
- The research project on "Comparative studies on women family status – Hong Kong study" was selected as "Excellent Collaboration" by the Academic Link Unit of the Chinese University of Hong Kong in J 2004.
- The conference paper entitled "Impact of cross-border work arrangement on parent-child relationship" that was presented in The Third Symposium on Youth Development, November 24-25 2007 in Guangzhou, China has been awarded as "Excellent Paper of 2007" by the China Youth and Children Research Association.
若 不 是 耶 和 華 建 造 房 屋 ， 建 造 的 人 就 枉 然 勞 力 ； 若 不 是 耶 和 華 看 守 城 池 ， 看 守 的 人 就 枉 然 警 醒 。(詩篇 127:1)
Unless Yahweh builds the house, they labor in vain who build it. Unless Yahweh watches over the city, the watchman guards it in vain. (Psalm 127: 1)