Dr. Tang has over 25 years of experience practicing counseling and psychotherapy. Her expertise spans a wide range of topics, including couples counseling, marriage and family, depression and anxiety, trauma, self-injury, cross-cultural issues and teenage behavioral problems.
She worked at the University Counseling Services of Wayne State University in Detroit, and taught graduate level classes on counseling topics at Eastern Michigan University. Her professional activities included being a board member, newsletter editor, and president for the Michigan College Personnel Association. She also served on the Executive Council of the American College Counseling Association.
As part of her consulting work, Dr. Tang has taught classes and supervised counselors in Los Angeles, Chicago, Taiwan, Malaysia and Brazil. She also volunteered as a weekly guest of a Chicago radio talk show broadcasting to Asian countries for six years.
An experienced clinician deeply involved in her community of Chicago, where she practiced for 20 years, she is ready to become involved in the greater Detroit area and provide counseling and psychotherapy to help individuals and families heal and achieve their potentials.
Education and Credentials:
Ph. D. in Counselor Education, Purdue University
Licensed Professional Counselor of Michigan
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor of Illinois (past 20 years)
Master Trainer, Illinois State Board of Education’s task force on
“Child-Care+”, a project on inclusion of children with special needs