- Health Center
- Counseling and Psychological Services
Wei-Cheng (Wilson) Hsiao, Ph.D. 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 three years in Taiwan; completing a predoctoral internship training at the Colorado State University Health Network, an integrated mental health and medical service training center; and accomplishing a postdoctoral fellowship in university mental health, with health psychology emphasis, at the University of South Florida Counseling Center.
Dr. Hsiao’s primary theoretical orientations for psychotherapy are person-centered and psychodynamic approaches, informed by Psychotherapy Therapeutic Relationships that Work (Norcross, 2011). His clinical practice and research interests include, but are not limited to: insight oriented psychotherapy; common factors theory in psychotherapy; multicultural and crosscultural 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.
University of Toledo