2010 AAPA-APF Okura Mental Health Leadership Foundation Fellowship for training
Pei-Chen Hsu, PhD graduated from the Counseling Psychology program at the Michigan State University in 2005. She is currently the Director of Psychological Services at Hamilton-Madison House (HMH), the largest mental health provider for Asian Americans on the east coast. Dr. Hsu is also the chief psychologist of the Pre-doctoral Psychology Internship Program at HMH. One of her recent accomplishments is establishing PROSpect Place, a Personalized Recovery Oriented Services program. PROSpect Place offers culturally appropriate services for Chinese-American consumers, instilling hope for individuals who were labeled "chronically ill" and helping them succeed in journey to recovery.
Pei-Wen Winnie Ma received her PhD degree in Counseling Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University in 2006. Currently, she is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at William Paterson University. She is also a part-time licensed psychologist at Hamilton-Madison House and works closely with the Chinese immigrant community in New York City. Her honors include dissertation awards from: Asian American Psychological Association, National Career Development Association, and American Educational Research Association. Her research investigates career development and mental health issues affecting Asian immigrant children, youth and their families.