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Qiang Xie
Graduate Student, Department of Counseling Psychology and the Center for Healthy Minds

Qiang is a doctoral student in the Department of Counseling Psychology and a research assistant at the Center for Healthy Minds. In his research work, Qiang is especially interested in studying mechanisms of action underlying the effect of mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs). Based on mechanism research, he dedicates himself to maximizing the effects of MBIs. Qiang values social justice a lot. Therefore, he is fascinated by MBIs delivered through technology (e.g., smartphone apps) that allow people with limited access to face-to-face therapy to receive psychological services.

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