Hanna Suh

Assistant Professor

Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology

 402 Baldy Hall

Mindfulness and self-compassion interventions
Meaning-making process and well-being
Perfectionism and stress
International student adjustment
Positive Psychology
Multicultural Psychology
Supervision and Consultation

Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, University of Florida
  • M.A., Psychology, Yonsei University, South Korea
  • B.A., Psychology, Yonsei University, South Korea

Research Interests

  • My primary research interest lies in examining stress and resilience, with an emphasis on exploring the feasibility and effectiveness of wellness-promoting interventions. Specifically, I research personal factors (e.g., perfectionism) that precipitate stress-proneness, and ways to enhance optimal functioning through mindfulness-based interventions. I draw attention to whether cultivating mindfulness increase eudaimonic well-being and am interested in the meaning-making process as a mechanism through which well-being is built and experienced. I frequently use online modalities for interventions.

Current Courses

  • CEP 548: Coaching for Wellness and Physiological Integration
  • CEP 680: Career Development