Wenjui “Maggie” Hsu, M.S., M.Phil

Staff Counselor, Coordinator of Services for International Students

Pronouns: she/her/hers

 

I received my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health counseling from University of Pennsylvania, and completed training in providing counseling through a trauma informed and multicultural lens. Prior to joining Counseling Center, I worked in community mental health and psychiatric settings, serving various populations of different backgrounds and needs. Most recently I served as Team Leader at the Renfrew Center.

Being a part of the international student community, I have always been interested and passionate about promoting and providing mental health care to the international student population. I believe there is something unique about international student’s experience and it is important that we attend to the needs of this community.

Clinically, I take an eclectic approach to therapy, drawing upon relational, dialectical behavioral, and internal family systems theories. I believe therapeutic work takes place when you’re able to feel safe and vulnerable in the space with me, I will work with you on leaning into your own experiences with compassion, and build resiliency by overcoming challenges with support moving forward.

Outside of work, I enjoy reading, cooking, playing with my cats, and spending time with friends and family.