Ph.D., University of Southern California, Counseling Psychology
M.Ed. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Counseling Psychology
B.S. National Taiwan University, Agricultural Economics
Clinical and Research Interests:
Yuying Tsong is a psychologist and Professor in the Department of Human Services at California State University, Fullerton. A mixed-method researcher, her/their research and clinical areas of interests include sexual and ethnic minority mental health, Asian American body image and disordered eating, immigration and adjustment, transnational family’s bi-cultural adaptation process, and help seeking attitudes and behaviors. Nationally, Yuying serves on the American Psychological Association Board of Convention Affairs and is Past President and fellows of the Society for the Psychology of Women. She/They co-edited the journal of Women and Therapy special issue on Trauma and Psychology Well-being of Asian American Women and has an upcoming book, entitled “Body Image and the Asian Experience: Asians, Asian Americans, and Asian Diasporas Across the Globe.”
Yuying is also a public speaker/trainer and facilitates training on authentic healing from racial- and gender-based trauma and Asian American mental health, body wellness, and intergenerational care.