Inge Hansen, PsyD

 

Dr. Inge Hansen is a Clinical Psychologist and the Asst. Director of Outreach, Equity and Inclusion for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Stanford University. She the co-founder and Director of the Weiland Health Initiative, which is dedicated to promoting mental health and wellness across all genders and sexualities. This initiative has generated a variety of innovative clinical and educational programs at Stanford and beyond. Dr. Hansen is also a co-founder of Gender-Inclusive Stanford, a campus-wide initiative dedicated to creating a better environment for trans and non-binary students. Dr. Hansen has developed several new academic courses in the realm of gender and sexualities, including Challenging Sex & Gender Dichotomies in Medicine, Human Sexual Diversity and Health, and Transgender Studies. She is a popular speaker and consultant on gender and sexual diversity topics. Each year, Dr. Hansen holds a symposium on gender or sexual health, and for the last two years she has had the honor of co-organizing and hosting World Sexual Health Day on behalf of North America.

 

Dr. Hansen earned a Psy.D. from the California School of Professional Psychology and a B.A. in psychology from Bryn Mawr College.