ALICE HUANG, PhD
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Huang is a licensed psychologist who provides therapy via telehealth to adult clients and couples in Washington State.
Dr. Huang enjoys helping couples improve communication, resolve conflicts, enhance intimacy, strengthen trust, and adjust to major life changes. She also specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and mindfulness-based techniques to ease stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and difficulties related to cultural, LGBT, and military veteran identities. she is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
About Dr. Huang:
Alice Huang, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist (PY.60999429). She completed her B.A. in psychology at Yale University, her Ph.D. in clinical and community psychology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and her clinical psychology pre-doctoral internship at the Charleston Consortium, one of the dozen members of the Academy of Psychological Clinical Science. Her research has been published in peer-reviewed journals, and featured in Psychology Today and international media outlets, such as Business Insider Germany.
One of the few psychologists with specialized training and extensive experience in couple therapy, Dr. Huang completed a year-long post-doctoral fellowship in couple therapy accredited by the American Psychological Association, before serving as the sole full-time couple therapist in the Veteran Affairs Central Ohio Healthcare System. She has enjoyed using her expertise to help hundreds of couples of diverse identities (e.g., age, gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, ability, marital status). Common goals that she helps couples achieve include: unpacking, understanding, and resolving conflicts (e.g., problems in communication, differences between you and your partner); enhancing intimacy—verbal, physical, and sexual; rebuilding or strengthening trust; adjusting to major life changes.
INDIVIDUAL THERAPY FOR ADULTS
Dr. Huang provides effective treatments that have been thoroughly researched, rigorously tested, and strongly supported by scientific evidence. She uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and mindfulness-based techniques to ease stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, relationship problems, and difficulties related to cultural, LGBT, and military veteran identities.
Dr. Huang is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and has lived in Taiwan, Beijing, and the Gobi Desert—as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Mongolia. Her work is informed by her experiences as a therapist, as an educator, and as a volunteer supporting people of multicultural backgrounds, members of the LGBT community, military veterans and their partners, cancer patients and their family members, and more.
To learn more about working with Dr. Huang, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org with your availability to schedule a 15-minute phone consultation (no cost).
AREAS OF FOCUS
Unpacking, understanding, and resolving conflicts (e.g., problems in
communication, differences between you and your partner)
Enhancing intimacy—verbal, physical, and sexual
Rebuilding or strengthening trust
Adjusting to major life changes
INDIVIDUAL THERAPY FOR ADULTS
Difficulties related to cultural, LGBT, and military veteran identities
Our office has moved to Forest Office Park, Building F as of May 2019. There is all-day parking surrounding the building. Our building is ADA accessible and has elevators. Childcare is available in downtown Bellevue at Adventure Kids Playcare; mention our name for a discount.
Note that email is not confidential. Clinical information is best communicated via phone; however, due to a surge in referrals, our response time on email is much faster.
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