Chiou, H. H. (邱獻輝) (2017). Constructing a scale for wife batterers’stopping binge drinking. Paper presented in “Annual Meeting of Asian Association for Substance Abuse Research 2017: Antidrug Challenges and Opportunities in the Frontiers of One Belt One Road”. Yun'an Huidu Hotel, Kunming, Yunnan, China. 2017/11/27-30（p.208）
Chiou, H. H. (邱獻輝) (2016). Probing into the effectiveness of the treatment for domestic violence batterers with alcohol abuse issues. Paper presented in 2016 International Conference on Cooperation in Substance Abuse Research and Antidrug Practices in Asia 2016 & 4th Annual Meeting of AASAR. National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan. 2016/11/10-11. (p. 22)
Chiou, H. H. (邱獻輝) (2016). Cultural considerations for intimate partner violence abstinence stages among Taiwanese offenders. Paper presented in 2016 International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference. Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA. 2016/7/10-12. (p.VI-39)
Chiou, H. H. (邱獻輝) (2016). Fathers’ concern for children and the Chinese domestic violence abstinence process. Paper presented in 8th Annual conference of Asian Criminological Society themed “Crime Prevention and Control under the Perspective of Globalization.” Beijing, People's Republic of China. 2016/6/17-19. (p.9)
Chiou, H. H. (邱獻輝) (2015). The narrative of attending group counseling program for abstaining intimate partner violence. Paper presented in 7th Conference of Asian Criminology Society themed Criminology and Criminal Justice in a Changing World: Contributions from Asia. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong.
Chiou, H. H. (邱獻輝) (2014). Cultural Considerations Related to the Psychological Mechanics of Taiwanese Intimate Perpetrators: Chinese Relationalism Perspective. Paper presented in “Advancing Criminological and Criminal Justice Theories from Asia” of 6th Annual Conference of the Asian Criminological Society. Osaka University of Commerce, Japan. (2014/6/28)（p.35）
Chiou, H. H.(邱獻輝), Chen, P. H., & Lih, M. S., (2009). The challenges and the possible solving ways in play therapy: Children under Chinese "authoritarian" parenting style. Paper presented in “Counseling Chinese: Empirical studies and cultural adaptation”(symposium) of APA 114th annual convention.