Suejung Han

Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Office: 232 Jeter Hall
Phone: 715/232-2645
Email: hansu@uwstout.edu


Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, APA-Accredited, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 2005-2009

Predoctoral Internship, University Counseling Center, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, 2008-2009

Resident Training in Clinical Psychology, Seoul National University Hospital, 1999-2002

M.A., Clinical and Counseling Psychology, Seoul National University, South Korea, 1997-1999

B.A., Psychology, Seoul National University, South Korea, 1993-1997


Research Interests

Health Behaviors

- Attachment theory application to binge eating
- Attachment theory and Self-Regulation theory applications to binge eating and other health behavior change and maintenance
- Online health: Facebook use

Multicultural Psychology/Counseling Issues
- Etic: Universal-Diverse Orientation (i.e., openness to diversity) and its predictors/outcomes
- Emic: Racial/Ethnic Minority/ international students adjustment and development

Attachment-based therapy as counseling orientation


Courses Taught

Courses taught include:
General Psychology
Psychology of Adjustment
Abnormal Psychology
Clinical and Counseling Psychology (developed)
Culture and Psychology (developed)
Introduction to Health Psychology

Applications of Health Promotion

Grants & Awards

Maybelle Ranney Price Professorship 2013-2014, PI, for Self-regulatory resource measure development project
Outstanding Teaching Award for 2012-2013
Student Research Support Grant from CEHHS 2012-2013, PI, for Facebook use study
UW System IRE Research Grant, 2011, Co-PI, for High Impact Practices study
UW System IRE Faculty Diversity Research Award 2010, PI, for Openness to Diversity study
UW-STOUT FRI Grant 2009, PI, for binge eating/binge drinking study

Clinical Experience

Licensed Clinical Psychologist in South Korea, 2002-present