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Suzie Xuyen Dong-Matsuda

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Suzie Xuyen Dong-Matsuda

Pacific Asian Unit Service Chief
Orange County Health Care Agency


Suzie Xuyen Dong-Matsuda, M.S.W., is the Pacific Asian Unit service chief at the Orange County Health Care Agency. She is a licensed clinical social worker and also has a private psychotherapy practice. In 2004, she was selected as one of the \"Top 30 Vietnamese Americans to Watch\" by the Orange County Register. She has spoken on mental health issues on Vietnamese radio and TV and writes occasionally for Vietnamese newspapers and magazines. She has served as a consultant for Orange County Asian Pacific Islanders Community Alliance, Southeast Asian Education Foundation, Children's Home Society, the Little Tokyo Service Center and Nhan Hoa Medical Clinic. A former president of the Vietnamese Professional Society, she now serves on is advisory board. Ms. Dong-Matsuda holds a bachelor's degree in psychology and a master's degree in clinical social work and administration and is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at The California Graduate Institute.

14140 Beach Blvd.
Suite 200
Westminster  California  92701
United States
Office Phone: 
(714) 896-7574
Office Fax: 
(714) 896-7332


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