Faculty Staff
Dr Young Kim-wan, Daniel
Dr Young Kim-wan, Daniel
PhD, MA, RSW

Associate Professor & MSocSc in Counselling Programme Director
AAB1025
3411 6416
danielyoung@hkbu.edu.hk

Research Focus

Psychiatric rehabilitation, Mental health counselling, Elderly and mental health, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

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2021

  • Co-Investigator, A Guided Mobile-Based Perinatal Mindfulness Intervention - A Randomized Controlled Trial, (Funded by GRF 2020-2021 Allocation [HKU 17603520], HK$825,648)

2020

  • Principal investigator, The positive effects of an online Mindfulness-Based Intervention for people with depression (Funded by HKBU, [RC-FNRA-IG/19-20/SOSC/06], HK$996,220)
  • Co-Investigator, The effects of the Expanded Coming Out Proud group on reducing self-stigma of people with schizophrenia in Hong Kong, (Funded by GRF 2019-2020 Allocation [HKBU 12606320], HK$724,800)

2019

  • Principal Investigator, The effects of the Holistic Brain Health Group intervention on cognitive ability for people with mild cognitive impairment: A single-blind, multicentre, randomized controlled study, (Funded by GRF 2018 -2019 Allocation [Ref. No.: HKBU 12600119], HK$776,200).
  • Co-Investigator, Development and evaluation of an online cognitive behavioral intervention program for Hong Kong people with social anxiety, (Funded by Research Impact Fund [Ref. No.: R2018-18], HK$4,400,3590.
  • Co-Investigator, Development and evaluation of an online cognitive behavioral intervention program to reduce depressive symptoms for adults with depression (funded by Innovative Technology Fund [Ref. No.: ITB/FBL/1002/18/P], HK$4,198,105).

2018

  • Co-Investigator, Brief Daily Body-Mind-Spirit practice for sustainable emotional capacity and work engagement for community mental health workers - A multi-site randomized controlled trial, (funded by GRF 2017-2018 Allocation [Ref. No: HKU 17610418], HK$525,228).
  • Principal investigator, Cognitive Behavioral Therapeutic Group in Reducing Self-stigma for People with Depression in H.K, (Funded by FRG [FRG2/16-17/031], HK$150,000)
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2021

  • Co-Investigator, A Guided Mobile-Based Perinatal Mindfulness Intervention - A Randomized Controlled Trial, (Funded by GRF 2020-2021 Allocation [HKU 17603520], HK$825,648)

2020

  • Principal investigator, The positive effects of an online Mindfulness-Based Intervention for people with depression (Funded by HKBU, [RC-FNRA-IG/19-20/SOSC/06], HK$996,220)
  • Co-Investigator, The effects of the Expanded Coming Out Proud group on reducing self-stigma of people with schizophrenia in Hong Kong, (Funded by GRF 2019-2020 Allocation [HKBU 12606320], HK$724,800)

2019

  • Principal Investigator, The effects of the Holistic Brain Health Group intervention on cognitive ability for people with mild cognitive impairment: A single-blind, multicentre, randomized controlled study, (Funded by GRF 2018 -2019 Allocation [Ref. No.: HKBU 12600119], HK$776,200).
  • Co-Investigator, Development and evaluation of an online cognitive behavioral intervention program for Hong Kong people with social anxiety, (Funded by Research Impact Fund [Ref. No.: R2018-18], HK$4,400,3590.
  • Co-Investigator, Development and evaluation of an online cognitive behavioral intervention program to reduce depressive symptoms for adults with depression (funded by Innovative Technology Fund [Ref. No.: ITB/FBL/1002/18/P], HK$4,198,105).

2018

  • Co-Investigator, Brief Daily Body-Mind-Spirit practice for sustainable emotional capacity and work engagement for community mental health workers - A multi-site randomized controlled trial, (funded by GRF 2017-2018 Allocation [Ref. No: HKU 17610418], HK$525,228).
  • Principal investigator, Cognitive Behavioral Therapeutic Group in Reducing Self-stigma for People with Depression in H.K, (Funded by FRG [FRG2/16-17/031], HK$150,000)
  • Principal Investigator, A Vocational Recovery Model for Young People with Mental Illness�X A Pretest-Posttest, (funded by GRF Incentive of Hong Kong Baptist University [Ref. No: 03-17-239], HK$20,000)

2017

  • Principal investigator, Randomized control study on Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) Group for Elderly with mild neurocognitive disorder, (Funded by GRF 2015 -2016 Allocation [Ref. No.: HKBU 12606815], HK$373,100)

2016

  • Co-Investigator, Cognitive behavioural stress management program for Mainland college students in Hong Kong: A randomized controlled trial (Funded by GRF 2015-2016 Allocation, [Ref. No.: HKBU 12607815], HK$418,500)

2015

  • Principal investigator, Cognitive Behavioral Therapeutic Group in Reducing Self-stigma for People with Mental Illness in H.K, (Funded by FRG [FRG2/14-15/019], HK$100,000) AY 2014-15

2014

  • Principal investigator, Randomized control study on Support Group for People with Early Stage Dementia, (Funded by FRG [FRG1/14-15/050], HK$50,000) AY 2014-15

2013

  • Principal investigator, A Single Blind Randomized Control Trial on Support Group for People with Early Stage Dementia in Hong Kong--A Pilot Study, (Funded by FRG [FRG1/13-14/057], HK$49,700) AY 2013-14
  • Principal investigator, Validation of Recovery Assessment Scale (Chinese), (Funded by RC-START GRANT FOR NEW STAFF [Ref No.: 38-40-094]) AY 2013-14
  • Principal investigator, Validation of Internalized Stigma of Mental Illness Scale (Chinese), (Funded by RC-START GRANT FOR NEW STAFF [Ref No.: 38-40-094]) AY 2013-14

2012

  • Principal investigator, Pilot study on the effectiveness of Support Group for Elderly with Early Stage Dementia, (Funded by FRG [FRG1/12-13/053], HK$50,000)
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2020

  • Young, D. K., Ng, P. Y. P., Corrigan. P., Chiu, R., & Yang, S. (2020). Self-stigma reduction group for people with depression: A randomized controlled trial. Research on Social Work Practice, 30, 846–857. (Journal Impact Factor: 2.235; JIF Q2)
  • Ng, S.M., Lo, H.H.M., Yeung, A., Young, D., Fung, M.H.Y., & Wang, A.M. (2020, June 26). Study protocol of brief daily body-mind-spirit practice for sustainable emotional capacity and work engagement for community mental health workers: a multi-site randomized controlled trial. Frontiers in Psychology. (first published online: 26 June 2020). Doi: 10.3389/ fpsyg.2020.01482. (Journal Impact Factor: 2.990; JIF Q2)
  • Young, D. K., Cheng, D., & Ng, P. Y. Predictors of Personal Recovery of People with Severe Mental Illness in a Chinese Society: a Cross-Sectional Study with a Random Sample. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 18, 1168–1179. (Journal Impact Factor: 3.386; JIF Q2)
  • Young, D. K., Ng, P. Y., Cheng, D., Kwok, T., Yang, S., Ho, F., Mak, V., & Lau, A. (2020). Outcomes of Expanded Cognitive Stimulation Therapy Group for Mild-Stage Dementia: Four-Month Follow-Up. Research on Social Work Practice, 30, 724–735. (Journal Impact Factor: 2.235; JIF Q2)
  • Young, D. K. W., Ng, P. Y. N., & Cheng, D. (2020). Destigmatized group intervention on promoting hope of recovery: A quasi-experiment study. Research on Social Work Practice, 30, 54–64. (Journal Impact Factor: 2.235; JIF Q2)
  • Young, D.K.W. (2020). Multicomponent intervention combining a cognitive stimulation group and tai chi to reduce cognitive decline among community-dwelling older adults with probable dementia: A multi-center, randomized controlled trial. Dementia-International Journal of Social Research and Practice, 19(6), 2073–2089. (Journal Impact Factor: 2.764; JIF Q2)

2019

  • Young, D.K.W., Ng, P.Y.N., Cheng, D., & Leung, C. H. (2019). Effects of physical activity intervention for Chinese people with severe mental illness. Research on Social Work Practice, 29, 796–807. (Journal Impact Factor: 1.188. JIF Q2) 
  • Young, D.K.W., Ng, P.Y.N., Cheng, D., & Leung, C. H. A. (2019). Vocational Recovery Model for Young People with Mental Illness— A Pretest-Posttest. Research on Social Work Practice, 29, 495–505. (Journal Impact Factor: 1.188. JIF Q2) 
  • Young, D.K.W., Ng, P.Y.N., & Cheng, D. (2019). Psychoeducation Group on Improving Quality of Life of Mild Cognitive Impaired Elderly. Research on Social Work Practice, 29, 303–310. (Journal Impact Factor: 1.188. JIF Q2)
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2020

  • Young, D. K., Ng, P. Y. P., Corrigan. P., Chiu, R., & Yang, S. (2020). Self-stigma reduction group for people with depression: A randomized controlled trial. Research on Social Work Practice, 30, 846–857. (Journal Impact Factor: 2.235; JIF Q2)
  • Ng, S.M., Lo, H.H.M., Yeung, A., Young, D., Fung, M.H.Y., & Wang, A.M. (2020, June 26). Study protocol of brief daily body-mind-spirit practice for sustainable emotional capacity and work engagement for community mental health workers: a multi-site randomized controlled trial. Frontiers in Psychology. (first published online: 26 June 2020). Doi: 10.3389/ fpsyg.2020.01482. (Journal Impact Factor: 2.990; JIF Q2)
  • Young, D. K., Cheng, D., & Ng, P. Y. Predictors of Personal Recovery of People with Severe Mental Illness in a Chinese Society: a Cross-Sectional Study with a Random Sample. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 18, 1168–1179. (Journal Impact Factor: 3.386; JIF Q2)
  • Young, D. K., Ng, P. Y., Cheng, D., Kwok, T., Yang, S., Ho, F., Mak, V., & Lau, A. (2020). Outcomes of Expanded Cognitive Stimulation Therapy Group for Mild-Stage Dementia: Four-Month Follow-Up. Research on Social Work Practice, 30, 724–735. (Journal Impact Factor: 2.235; JIF Q2)
  • Young, D. K. W., Ng, P. Y. N., & Cheng, D. (2020). Destigmatized group intervention on promoting hope of recovery: A quasi-experiment study. Research on Social Work Practice, 30, 54–64. (Journal Impact Factor: 2.235; JIF Q2)
  • Young, D.K.W. (2020). Multicomponent intervention combining a cognitive stimulation group and tai chi to reduce cognitive decline among community-dwelling older adults with probable dementia: A multi-center, randomized controlled trial. Dementia-International Journal of Social Research and Practice, 19(6), 2073–2089. (Journal Impact Factor: 2.764; JIF Q2)

2019

  • Young, D.K.W., Ng, P.Y.N., Cheng, D., & Leung, C. H. (2019). Effects of physical activity intervention for Chinese people with severe mental illness. Research on Social Work Practice, 29, 796–807. (Journal Impact Factor: 1.188. JIF Q2) 
  • Young, D.K.W., Ng, P.Y.N., Cheng, D., & Leung, C. H. A. (2019). Vocational Recovery Model for Young People with Mental Illness— A Pretest-Posttest. Research on Social Work Practice, 29, 495–505. (Journal Impact Factor: 1.188. JIF Q2) 
  • Young, D.K.W., Ng, P.Y.N., & Cheng, D. (2019). Psychoeducation Group on Improving Quality of Life of Mild Cognitive Impaired Elderly. Research on Social Work Practice, 29, 303–310. (Journal Impact Factor: 1.188. JIF Q2)

2018

  • Young, D.K.W., Ng, P.Y.N., Kwok, T., Ho, F., Cheng, D., Mak, V., & Lau, A. (2018). The effects of combining a cognitive stimulation group and tai chi on the improvement of cognitive ability of elderly with mild stage dementia living in a community— A randomized waitlist controlled trial. Aging and Mental Health, 23, 855–862. (Journal Impact Factor: 2.956. JCI Q1) 
  • Ng, P., Young, D. K., Pan, J., & Law, K.-K. (2018). The effects of a community mental health intervention project upon family caregivers of persons with suspected mental illness in the Chinese cultural context. International Social Work, 61(6), 1067–1082. (Journal Impact Factor: .603; JIF Q4)
  • Young, K.W. (2018). Cognitive behavioral therapeutic group in reducing self-stigma for people with mental illness. Research on Social Work Practice, 28(7), 827-837. (Journal Impact Factor: 1.270; JIF Q2)