Dr. Tseng is a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Meier Clinics. He completed both his Master’s and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College Graduate School. Prior to entering his doctorate program, Dr. Tseng served as a cross-cultural worker in China for 2.5 years, teaching English to local students while also conducting member care for other cross-cultural workers. More recently, he worked with individuals struggling from severe mood disorders in primary care mental health settings, including Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital and Linden Oaks Hospital. At Meier, Dr. Tseng provides therapeutic and testing services to adults and adolescents in outpatient therapy, the Catalyst program, and the Breakaway program.
Dr. Tseng specializes in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, a therapeutic orientation that combines the evidence-based background of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with the humility and person-centered approaches found in Humanistic psychology. Dr. Tseng is a firm believer that the key to meaningful change is to understand the self within our socio-cultural context. This builds the foundation necessary to create space for intentional, yet flexible, change to occur.
Some special areas of interest: missionary/member care, cross-cultural transition or relationship issues, race/ethnicity-related issues, depression-related disorders, anxiety-related disorders, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, suicidal ideation, and addiction.