Personal resume: Jiang Chenggang, male, born in November 1980, has a master's degree. He started work in 2003 and is now a deputy chief physician and the director of the Psychology Department of Chongqing Health Center for Women and Children (CQHCWC). He is a national member of the International Society of Hypnosis, a standing member of the psychological counselor committee of the Chinese Association for Mental Health, a member of the physiology and pharmacology committee of the Chinese Sleep Research Society, chairman of the clinical hypnosis and healthy behavior committee of the Chongqing Mental Health Association, and vice-chairman of the medical psychology committee of the Chongqing Psychological Society. He is also a defense review expert of the national second-level psychological counselor examination.
Medical diagnosis and treatment field and expertise: Jiang has worked in diagnosis and treatment of insomnia and mental illness for nearly two decades. He is adept at applying behavior therapy, hypnotherapy and other methods to treat mental disorders such as insomnia, adolescent learning disabilities, anxiety, depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Published works and other projects: He has presided over and participated in more than 10 subjects and published more than 20 papers, including five in SCI and eight in CSCD.