About me

Because it can be difficult to know when to reach out to a therapist, especially when seeking professional help is discouraged, many of us struggle for a long time on our own. Our painful emotions restrict us, stealing our enjoyment of life, interfering with our work, and disrupting our ability to have genuine, satisfying relationships. Reaching out is a sign of your strength and a demonstration of your hope that, with some help, change is possible. In our work together, we’ll seek to not only lessen your distress but also to understand and address the underlying causes. I hold in mind the set of experiences that, as an Asian living in the US, may leave you vulnerable to mental health and wellness issues. I seek to understand the multiple facets of who you are, as well as what has happened to you, and in what contexts. I pay close attention to what happens in our relational space in service to your healing and growth. This culturally-informed, depth psychotherapy orientation is an evidence-based approach that nurtures your continued growth towards health and wholeness even after the therapy ends. Take the first step by contacting me. Begin your rewarding journey towards deepening your understanding of yourself, improving your relationship with yourself and others, and gaining the freedom to live a fuller, more meaningful life.

Qualifications & Practice Details

License Number: MFT000933

License State/Territory: Georgia

Date License Granted: May 11, 2001

Additional Credentials:

- International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

- American Association for Family and Marriage Therapy

Insurance Plans: United States - none

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Languages
English
Types of Clients
Adults
Older Adults
Session Types
Online
Specialities

- depression

-  anxiety

- grief and loss

- racial/biracial identity

- relationship problems

- work problems

- major life transitions such as the birth of children, divorce, empty-nests

- clarification of one's own values and finding balance between individual and family/community needs