Zheng Mengyi
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PhD Psychological Medicine

Lecturer, School of Sociology, China University of Political Science and Law

Registered psychologist and cognitive behavioral therapist

Email: anita_myzheng@163.com

Dr. Mengyi Zheng received the M.Sc. and Ph.D degrees from University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK, in 2011 and 2017, in Psychological Studies and Psychological Medicine respectively. Mengyi Zheng has been with School of Sociology, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China, as a Lecturer since August 2018.

Her research interests include mental health and well-being, social work practice, and psychosocial therapy. Her main clinical and research interest is in the area of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and in particular in looking at ways of disseminating this approach more widely. She has translated and localized written and computer-based self-help treatments for anxiety, depression and low mood, and is a counsellor and CBT researcher. She has developed a number of self-help packages addressing low mood, depression and anxiety - details of which are available at www.llttf4china.com.


1, 米雪薇, 郑梦沂, 刘黎明. 北京市城镇居民水价研究. 调研世界,2019(2),DOI:10.13778/j.cnki.11-3705/c.2019.02.006.

2, Mengyi Zheng, Carrie-Anne McClay, Sarah Wilson and Christopher Williams, Evaluation and treatment of low and anxious mood in Chinese-speaking international students studying in Scotland: A pilot randomised controlledtrial. Pilot and Feasibility Studies, 2015, 1(1):22. DOI 10.1186/s40814-015-0019-x.

3, Mengyi Zheng, Carrie-Anne McClay, and Christopher Williams, The Efficacy of Low-Intensity CBT Resources for Use in Chinese-speaking Populations: A Systematic Review. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, 2015, MS ID: 2275746491472662.

4, Mengyi Zheng, and Christopher Williams, Focus Group Examining Attitudes of Chinese-speaking International Students towards Online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Resources. British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, 2015.


1, Program for Young Innovative Research Team in China University of Political Science and Law. Principle investigator, 2019-2022.

2, Young Teacher Funding Program, China University of Political Science and Law, 2019-2021.

3, Evaluation and treatment of low and anxious mood in Chinese speaking international students studying in Scotland (Project No: 200120022), College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences Ethics Committee, Chief Scientist Office of University of Glasgow, 2013-2016.

4, Establishing a computerized cognitive behavioral therapy system—"Living Life to the full" online course system, and conducting localized research. This system resource has been reported at the British Association for Behavioral & Cognitive Psychotherapies (British Association for Behavioral & Cognitive Psychotherapies).