Clinical Program Faculty: Terri Huh, Ph.D.

Terri Huh, Ph.D.
Adjunct Faculty
Adjunct Clinical Faculty
thuh@wi.edu

B.A. Psychology, Georgetown University, 1996
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, University of Massachusetts Boston, 2005

Dr. J.W. Terri Huh completed her internship and a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine at Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute where she specialized in clinical neuropsychology and geropsychology. She served as the Associate Director for Education and Evaluation (ADEE) at the VA Palo Alto Health Care System Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center for nine years where she was involved in several projects including developing clinical programs, improving access to mental health services for older Veterans, and providing evidence-based psychotherapies to Veterans. As the ADEE, she also developed workshops, educational materials, and educational programs for interdisciplinary primary care providers in providing care to older Veterans with mental health needs. Dr. Huh was Clinical Associate Professor (Affiliate) at Stanford University School of Medicine where she served on the CE committee for the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. She is board certified in geropsychology with a passion for improving access to mental health services for this underserved and vulnerable population, which includes training and educating the next generation of psychologists and interdisciplinary providers in evidence based mental health treatments. Dr. Huh also provided evidence-based psychotherapies and integrated behavioral health services to Veterans in the San Francisco VA primary care mental health integration program. She is now Clinic Director for the Wright Institute CBT Clinic.