I am a licensed psychologist in the states of Washington and Idaho. In addition, I am a certified Sensorimotor Psychotherapist, TRE facilitator, and a yoga instructor (RYT 200). I provide the following services:

Individual counseling for adults and teens (10+)

Conjoint sessions for couples and parent-child

Organization consultation, Training workshops

Face-to-Face Counseling: 

My office is located at 814 S. Washington St, Moscow, Idaho.

For making an appointment, please call 208-310-9032. Please leave your name, phone number, and when is the best time to call you back.

I accept the following insurances: Kaiser, Uniform, Blue Cross of Idaho, Regence, Premera Blue Cross, Medicare (but not Medicaid). If you prefer not to use your insurance, please refer to this page for your right related to the No Surprise Act. 

Online Counseling: 

During this pandemic, there are options for online and phone counseling.

Brief bio:

Chia-Chi (Alicia) Hu, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist in Idaho and Washington. She is experienced in providing individual, couple, family, and group therapy in both English and Chinese Mandarin. She published one Chinese book in Taiwan. She is also the co-author of three therapeutic children’s storybooks.

With a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering and Management, she blends system thinking and multicultural observation with her interest in integrating body and mind from interpersonal neurobiology perspective. She is specialized in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (an approach within the Body-Based Psychotherapy), TRE (Tension/Trauma Releasing Exercise), and SMART (Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Therapy).

Years of psychodrama/social drama training background also have equipped her with all kinds of creative modes of working with people individually or in a group.

In addition, Alicia Hu is the co-founder of Asia Trauma-informed-care Awareness Coalition serving Taiwanese and Chinese Mental Health providers since 2014. Through her personal effort and the advocacy from the Coalition, the essential trauma informed information was promoted to Taiwan and part of China.