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Marcia Liu

 

Marcia Liu, Ph.D. is a licensed counseling psychologist, an adjunct assistant professor in the Asian American Studies Program at Hunter College, and the Mental Health Specialist for the Hunter College AANAPISI Project (HCAP). She received her B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, her M.A. from NYU, and her Ph.D in Counseling Psychology from Boston College. At Hunter, she teaches an undergraduate class called Theories and Methods for Doing Research with AAPI communities (Asian 330.14). 

As HCAP Mental Health Specialist, she works with students, faculty, staff, and administrators to increase awareness and dialogue about Hunter's Asian American students' needs. This work focuses on community outreach, racial identity development, as well as classroom pedagogy. Outside of Hunter she has a private psychotherapy practice where she provides individual therapy with people of Color, queer people, and/or trauma survivors. Broadly, her expertise focuses on the needs of Asian American students and students of Color, first-generation college students, racial trauma and healing, mental health stigma, wellness, and institutional change. She frequently consults for institutions and groups interested in effectively addressing race, race-related stress, and mental health and wellness within their communities, and is a National Advisor to the Steve Fund. 

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