Ling Jin

Ling Jin

Pronouns: she/her


Assistant Professor

Werklund School of Education, Specialization, Counselling Psychology

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office: EDT642



Registered Psychologist, College of Alberta Psychologists,

Educational Background

Post-doc Clinical Psychology, Stanford University, School of Medicine (APA-Accredited),

PhD Counselling Psychology (Minor in Research, Measurement and Statistics), University of North Texas (APA-Accredited),

Doctoral Internship University of California, Santa Barbara (APA-Accredited),

MA Clinical & Counselling Psychology, Korea University,

BA Psychology, Korea University,


The R.A.C.E lab focuses on three primary areas: a) Racial Trauma of people of colour, immigrants, refugees, and international students; b) Adult Attachment; and c) Cross-cultural Mental Health. 

Prospective Master's and PhD applicants who are interested in these research topics and Quantitative research (QuantCrit) are welcome to apply. 



a) Posttraumatic Stress Injury (PTSI) among Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) First Responders

b) Ethno-racial Traumas and Mental Health: The overlooked experiences of immigrants and refugees

c) Collective resilience, racial traumas, and PTSD among people of Chinese heritage in Canada

d) Racial trauma and wellbeing of South Asians in Canada

e) Traumas, PTSD, and mental health treatment barriers of refugees in Canada

f) Cross-cultural attachment and mental health: Mexico, China, and the United States