Yingzhi Lu (路英智), Ph.D.
Chairman of the China Society for Morita therapy
Dr. Lu, Ph.D. is a professor at the Chinese National State Council Expert for Special Allowance (国務院政府特殊津贴専家), the Director of the Zibo Mental Health Center of Shandong Province, and the chair of the China Society for Morita therapy. Over the past 10 years, Dr. Lu received eight scientific research achievements awards and provincial or municipal scientific and technological progress awards. One of his notable contributions is a study on electroencephalology of patients with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), for which he received the Shanghai Scientific and Technological Progress Award. He has published dozens of articles in national and international journals. One of his recent journal articles is entitled “Characterization of event-related potentials in obsessive compulsive disorder patients: Comparison with depression and generalized anxiety disorder patients,” which is in the Science Citation Index (SCI) along with his other four articles. He has authored or translated over 30 professional books and popular science books, including: 森田療法入門 (Introduction to Morita therapy) from Japanese, 不安と葛藤 (Anxiety and conflict) from Japanese, and Notes of a psychologist, published by the People’s Medical Publishing House.
1983 Graduated from Shandong Medical University, and worked in Zibo psychiatric Hospital
1987-1992 Studied and researched at Gunma University and Saku General Hospital, Japan
1993-1995 Studied at the Neuropsychiatry Department, Kyushu University, Japan
1998 Studied in the MBA program at the National University of Singapore
1999 Studied in the Department of Psychology at Germany Monschau Hospital
2001 Received Ph.D. from American College of East-West Health Science
2010 Standing councilor of the China Association for Mental Health
Chair of the Chinese Society for Morita Therapy
Deputy chair of the Chinese Society for Naikan Therapy
Deputy chair of the Shandong Association for Mental Health
Standing advisor for the Chinese Journal of Behavioral Medicine and Brain Science
Chair of the Zibo Association for Mental Health