Adrian Chiu, Ph.D., Philadelphia Therapist

Adrian Chiu, Ph.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Pennsylvania with an office in Center City, Philadelphia. He is credentialed as a Health Service Psychologist.


Dr. Chiu has trained and worked in a variety of settings including community mental health clinics, state psychiatric hospitals, inpatient units, and college counseling centers. He is comfortable working with a wide range of presenting problems and is committed to respecting diversity in all forms.


Dr. Chiu provides individual, couples, and group therapy to the Philadelphia community ranging from adolescents to older adults. He works from an insight-oriented framework and is a firm believer that lasting change starts with a deeper understanding of how one's thoughts, emotions, and actions are connected.


St. John's University - Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (2013)

St. John's University - M.A. in Clinical Psychology (2010)

University of Notre Dame - B.A. in Psychology (2007)

Private Practice (2016-Present)

Drexel University Counseling Center (2014-2016)

Lehigh University Counseling & Psychological Services (2013-2014)

SUNY Upstate Medical University (2011-2012)

Marymount Manhattan College Counseling and Wellness (2010-2011)

Creedmoor Psychiatric Center (2009-2010)

St. John's University Center for Psychological Services (2007-2011)



Adrian Chiu, Ph.D., Philadelphia Individual Therapist
Adrian Chiu, Ph.D., Philadelphia Group Therapist
Adrian Chiu, Ph.D., Philadelphia Couples Therapist

Do you feel disconnected from yourself and others? Do you find it difficult to identify, understand, or manage your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors? I view individual therapy as a deeply meaningful and collaborative process that can serve as a catalyst to shifting the way you relate to yourself and others. This allows for more fulfilling and meaningful relationships, and the subsequent easing of psychological symptoms.

If your romantic relationship is fraught with miscommunication, mistrust, and emotional distance, couples therapy can help by encouraging open and honest communication to facilitate intimacy. Increasing insight and understanding both individually and between partners helps the couple understand the origins and meanings behind their "unreasonable" needs.

Isolation, whether by choice or by circumstance, negatively affects mental health over time. Process groups provide a powerful avenue to directly explore how you relate to others and how others relate to you. It allows you to both give and receive honest feedback while also forming deep connections as you see parts of yourself in other group members' struggles and successes.




60 Minute Initial Evaluation - $200

45 Minute Therapy Appointment - $150

55 Minute Therapy Appointment - $175

Sliding Scale on a Limited Basis


Blue Cross Blue Shield





If you do not have an insurance plan I accept, then I am considered an out-of-network provider. If you have out-of-network mental health benefits, I am happy to provide documentation for you to submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement. You can also use an app/service called "Reimbursify (" to submit your out-of-network claims, and they charge $1.99 per claim. Please contact the number provided on the back of your insurance card with the following questions:

  • Am I eligible for out-of-network mental health benefits?

  • What is my deductible and has it been met?

  • Is there a session limit per year?

  • What amount is reimbursed for the following services with licensed psychologist?

    • CPT Code 90791 (Initial Consultation) at a fee of $200

    • CPT Code 90834 (45 Minute Individual Therapy Session) at a fee of $150

    • CPT Code 90837 (55 Minute Individiaul Therapy Session) at a fee of $175

  • Do I need a preauthorization prior to receiving services? If so, what information is needed?​

  • Is approval required from my primary care physician?