Min Li

Min Li

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Ms. Min Li is a lecturer of China Culture Teaching Center at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University in Suzhou, China. Her interests focus on students’ mental health and career planning. Min holds a Master of Science in Applied Psychology from Soochow University. She is also a licensed National Psychological Counselor. She is a member and a supervisor of Suzhou Mental Health Association. She has 16 years of clinical experience in counseling. She is the translator of The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy (China Light Industry Press, 2010) and Awakening and Transcendence: Group Psychotherapy for Inpatients (Posts and Telecommunications Press, 2015). She has worked for XJTLU for 11 years with rich experience and profound insight in psychological development and career planning of students. At XJTLU she teaches courses on Self-Management, Developmental Psychology and Designing Your Life: Career Planning. She also supervises students in thesis projects on mental health and group counseling.

Research interests

College students mental health and career planning


Lecturer of CCTC at XJTLU 2020.01-Now

Career Counselor of SDO at XJTLU 2018.06-2019.12

Mental Health Counselor of SAO at XJTLU 2012.08-2018.06


CCT007-Self Management

Designing Your Life: Career Planning

Developmental Psychology


Education/Academic qualification

National Psychological Counselor and Career Coach

Bachelor of Industry and Commercial Administration (Administration oriented) Soochow University 2000-2004

Master of Applied psychology (Psychological Counselling Oriented) Soochow University 2008-2011

Person Types

  • Staff


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