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Dr. Paul T. P. Wong received his Ph.D. from the University of Toronto. He has held professorial positions at various universities, such as University of Texas at Austin, Trent University, York University, University of Toront, Trinity Western University. He has published extensively and done many media interviews on various topics of psychology. The second edition of his edited volume on The Human Quest for Meaning will be released soon. He is Editorin-in-Chief of the Internatiional Journal of Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy and he is also on the Editorial Board of Journal of Humanistic Psychology and Global Management Journal. He has received numerous awards, such as the Statue of Liberty Award. Recently, he was awarded the 12th Global Love of Lives Medal for his contributions to the suffering people through his writings, teachings, and personal example of being a courageous cancer survivor. He is the Founding President of the International Network on Personal Meaning (INPM) (www.meaning.ca), the International Society for Existential Psychology & Psychotherapy (www.existentialpsychology.org), and the Meaning-Centered Counselling Institute,Inc. (MCCI). He is a registered clinical psychologist in Ontario. Currently, he and his wife maintain a private practice through MCCI. They also offer training and supervision for those interested in meaning-centered counselling and therapy. He is married to Dr.Lilian C. J. Wong, also a psychologist. Their older son Austin is an entertainment lawyer with Rhombus Media. Their younger son Wesley is a Research Fellow at Rolland Institute, Harvard University. Internationally known for his work on the positive psychology of meaning, death acceptance and meaning-centered counselling, coaching and therapy, he has given keynote lecutes and workshops around the world. As an ordained pastor, he was the founding pastor of the Chinese Gospel Church in Toronto, and frequently speaks to pastors and Christian parents.