Weiyang Xie, PhD
Dr. Xie is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry and a Clinical Psychologist in the Mood and Anxiety Disorders program at UIC. Her clinical practice includes issues related to attention deficits, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, multicultural counseling, applied positive psychology, and biofeedback.
Dr. Xie holds a doctoral degree from the Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology Program at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Xie completed her APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship at the University of Florida Counseling & Wellness Center. She previously worked as a Clinical Psychologist at the University of Notre Dame, where she primarily worked with undergraduate and graduate students. She also served as the DEI Committee chair for the Health & Wellness Unit at Notre Dame.
Dr. Xie is the presenter of the TEDx speech “Rewire your Brain for Self-Compassion” which discusses strategies to develop resilient thinking patterns to prevent mental health issues and improve psychological well-being.