Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

  • IU Health Center 4th Floor
  • For questions or to make an appointment (812) 855-5711

Wei-Cheng (Wilson) Hsiao, Ph.D. HSPP

Staff Psychologist (Mandarin, Taiwanese, English)


  • University of Toledo, 2015


Wei-Cheng (Wilson) Hsiao earned his doctorate in clinical psychology and is a licensed Health Service Provider in Psychology (HSSP). Dr. Hsiao comes to CAPS with various clinical experience, including working in a hospital setting for 3 years in Taiwan; completing a pre-doctoral internship training at the Colorado State University Health Network, an integrated mental health and medical service training center; and accomplishing a post-doctoral fellowship in University Mental Health, with Health Psychology Emphasis, at the University of South Florida Counseling Center. Dr. Hsiao’s primary theoretical orientation for psychotherapy is person-centered and psychodynamic approaches, informed by Therapeutic Relationships that Work. His clinical practice and research interests include, but are not limited to: insight oriented psychotherapy; common factors theory in psychotherapy; multi-cultural and cross-cultural psychotherapy; international student health; self-esteem and relationship issues; coping with grief and loss; behavioral health interventions in an integrated primary care setting; personality disorders; personality, cognitive, and performance-based assessment (e.g. Rorschach); and therapeutic assessment. He would be honored to work with you to overcome different barriers during your educational journey at IU, especially those which are cultural or language-related.