Weiyang Xie PhD
- Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
- Department of Psychiatry
- University of Illinois at Chicago
- wxie08 [at] uic.edu
- (312) 355-4036
Neuropsychiatric Institute (NPI)
912 S. Wood St.
Department of Psychiatry (MC 913)
Chicago IL 60612
- Room #:433
Dr. Xie is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry in the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program. She treats individual clients and provides training and supervision to residents and interns. Dr. Xie holds a doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Minnesota. Dr. Xie’s treatment framework is integrative, working from cognitive-behavioral, acceptance and commitment, dialectical-behavioral, and other evidenced based approaches within a multicultural lens. Her clinical areas include treating anxiety disorders, mood disorders, ADHD, trauma, suicide prevention and intervention. Dr. Xie is board certified in biofeedback for treating anxiety and stress related health problems. Dr. Xie is a native Chinese speaker. She provides bilingual and bicultural services.
Dr. Xie is interested in increasing access to health services and improving health equity for underrepresented populations. She gives talks about mental health problems, risk factors, resilient factors, and resources in the local and national AAPI communities. Her public service focuses on improving service utilization and outcome by integrating scientific research with community-based strengths and indigenous knowledge.
Breaking Silences in the Model Minority: A national intervention to increase mental health awareness and decrease stigma in Asian immigrant families
Dr. Xie co-leads a grant with an interdisciplinary team of psychologists, psychiatrists, community leaders and volunteers from the Clinical Scholars program at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to implement a nation-wide community-based program to reduce mental health stigma, improve mental health literary and reduce suicide rate among Asian American immigrant families.
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