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Dexter Hu

2nd Year Clinical Psychology Resident


Dexter Hu, PsyD is currently in his postdoctoral residency at Northshore Psychological Associates with a focus on neuropsychological assessment, multidisciplinary/interprofessional consultations, and psychotherapy.  He completed his pre-doctoral internship at the Erie Psychological Consortium, with an emphasis on in-patient and out-patient neuropsychological assessments, brief psychotherapy, consultations with medical and psychiatric staff, psychodiagnostic triage, refugee evaluations, as well as bariatric surgery readiness evaluations.

Originally from Hong Kong, Dr. Hu earned his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Chatham University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  Prior to his doctorate, Dr. Hu received his Bachelor's of Science degree in Psychology with a minor degree in photography and digital imaging from Carnegie Mellon University; he received his Master's of Arts degree in Psychology from Chatham University.  He had received clinical training in several university counseling centers, Allegheny General Hospital, as well as UPMC.  He is a current member of the American Psychological Association as well as the Pennsylvania Psychological Association.


Chatham University                    2018

Psy.D., Counseling Psychology

Chatham University                    2011

M.A., Psychology

Carnegie Mellon University        2006

B.Sc., Psychology



Professional Affiliations, Designations:

American Psychological Association

 - Society of Clinical Neuropsychology

 - Society of Counseling Psychology

 - Society of Health Psychology

 - Society of Sport, Exercise & Performance Psychology

 - American Society for the Advancement of Pharmacotherapy



Pennsylvania Psychological Association


Professional Experience:


2019   Northshore Psychological Associates

          Psychology Resident


2017-2018  Erie Psychology Consortium          Doctoral Intern



Language Skills: 

Fluent in Cantonese


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