My Approach to Helping
Authenticity, humility, and social justice are the tenets that guide my work as a therapist. I utilize a range of modern psychological theories as well as draw from my own diverse personal experiences in order to assist you. Together we can examine unresolved conflicts that may lie in your subconscious, explore beliefs about yourself and the world that may not be serving you, and examine your family system in determining how it has shaped behaviors.
More Info About My Practice
I received my Masters in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, with an emphasis in LGBTQ Affirmative Psychology and my Bachelors in International Relations and Sociology from the University of California, San Diego.
My office is located in centrally located in Miracle MileKoreatown on Wilshire Blvd. Free valet parking is also included for clients. I can offer flexible hours to accommodate work schedules including evening weekday and Saturday sessions.
Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
As a first generation openly gay, Christian, and Korean American psychotherapist, I specialize in working with people who identify with traditionally marginalized and oppressed groups such as LGBTQ, racial and cultural minorities. I also have unique insight into the Asian American experience.