Let’s Talk

“Let’s Talk” at OISS
by Ciloue Cheng Stewart, Staff Counselor at Habif Health & Wellness Center

Have you ever wanted to talk with someone about

  • Navigating campus life in the U.S.,
  • The diverse cultures on campus you’re witnessing,
  • Ways to manage stress inherent in your academic or personal life,
  • Communication styles between you and your friends/colleagues,
  • How to keep your experiences at Wash U positive,
  • Or many other questions you might have?

Well, Let’s Talk is just the place to start!

Let’s Talk is a program that provides students with easy access to free, brief, confidential consultations with MHS counselors as they hold walk-in hours at selected sites on campus. While Let’s Talk consultation sessions are not to replace traditional counseling services offered in-house at MHS, they can help provide insight, solutions, and information about other resources.

This semester, Let’s Talk is available at OISS every Friday afternoon (except Holidays, finals and semester breaks) from 1:30- 3:00 pm. It is first come, first served, and no appointments needed.  Let’s Talk consultations generally last 15-20 minutes.

For additional information about Let’s Talk, including Dr. Ciloue Cheng Stewart, who is stationed at OISS, check out the link below:


We look forward to seeing you at Let’s Talk! Just look for the big Let’s Talk poster by the stairs in OISS, to sign in!


Ciloue Stewart, Ph.D., LMFT Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist


Ciloue was born and raised in Taiwan. She has since lived in the Twin-Cities, Kansas City and now St. Louis, making the Midwest her home.

Ciloue studied Sociology in undergrad and has a Master’s degree in Counseling. For her Ph.D., Ciloue chose the field of Family Social Science, wherein she received clinical training in Marriage and Family Therapy and is a licensed Marital and Family Therapist.

She is passionate about her role as a therapist and finds it an honor and privilege to have the opportunity to walk alongside, support, and/or mentor her clients in their journey of growth. It is that sense of purpose and fulfillment that has kept Ciloue in the field of counseling for nearly 20 years.