Welcome to our clinic! We’re a training clinic run by the UW–Madison Department of Counseling Psychology. If you’re a UW–Madison student or community member seeking high-quality, cost-efficient, and multiculturally competent psychological and mental health services, we’re here for you.
We are excited to welcome Dr. Wei-Chiao Hsu to her new role as an adjunct supervisor at the CPTC!
Dr. Hsu received a BEd in Special Education from National Taiwan Normal University in 2003, an MS in Counseling Psychology from UW-Madison in 2009, and a PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of British Columbia in 2018. (see CV) Dr. Hsu joined Mental Health Services in 2018. She provides Mandarin and English counseling for students struggling with concerns related to international transitions, relationship difficulties, academic and career issues, grief and loss, and mental illness. Dr. Hsu began her adjunct supervisory role at the Counseling Psychology Training Clinic in 2022.
In 2018, CPTC received a Clinic Innovation Award from the Association of Psychology Training Clinics for delivering culturally relevant counseling services to UW–Madison students.
Diversity and Inclusion Efforts
The UW–Madison Division of Diversity, Equity and Educational Achievement partnered with CPTC to provide extraordinary mental health services, especially to students of color.
Experience in an Innovative Clinic
The potential to work at the clinic and as a community support specialist working with underrepresented students is often one reason prospective students apply to the PhD program. Current students maintain that enthusiasm after they start at CPTC.