Wenjui “Maggie” Hsu, LCPC

Acting Associate Director of Clinical Services; Coordinator of Eating Disorder Services

Maggie received her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health counseling from University of Pennsylvania and completed training in providing counseling through a trauma informed and multicultural lens. She joined Johns Hopkins University’s Mental Health Services in July 2022. Prior to joining MHS, she worked in community mental health and psychiatric settings, serving various populations of different backgrounds and needs, specifically with adolescents and young adults diagnosed with mood disorders and eating disorders. Currently, Maggie serves as the Acting Associate Director of Clinical Services at Homewood, as well as the Coordinator of Eating Disorder Services.

Clinically, Maggie takes an eclectic approach to therapy, drawing upon relational, dialectical behavioral, and internal family systems theories. She believes therapeutic work takes place when you’re able to feel safe and vulnerable in the space with her.  She will work with you on leaning into your own experiences with compassion and build resiliency by overcoming challenges with support moving forward.

Prior to her current role, Maggie served as the Coordinator of Services for International students. Being a part of the international student community, she is passionate about promoting and providing mental health care to the international student population.

Outside of work, Maggie enjoys reading, cooking, playing with her cats, and spending time with friends and family.