Rae Anne Ho Fung, PhD, Trauma Psychologist, OIF Veteran
Rae Anne’s experiences as an urban teacher and a combat veteran helped hone her interest in trauma psychology. She has spent the last decade delving deep into the world of trauma psychology and has treated PTSD and co-morbid conditions in survivors of interpersonal, sexual, combat and physical trauma using evidence-based treatments such as Prolonged Exposure and Cognitive Processing Therapy. She has experience with other evidence-based treatments including Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and has applied them in integrated hospital settings such as the Milwaukee VA’s PTSD, SUD, and Women’s residential rehabilitation programs, Froedtert’s trauma surgery and brain injury/spinal cord rehabilitation, and Rogers Memorial’s PTSD PHP/IOP programs.
Additionally, Rae Anne has been involved in researching police suicides, juvenile incarceration and factors influencing adjustment in survivors of military sexual trauma. She has supported suicide prevention on UWM’s campus as a suicide/depression screener at the student health clinic and volunteers with several veteran organizations in Milwaukee.