I specialize in using Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) to help clients live more fulfilling and meaningful lives by reducing stress, improving relationships, and achieving professional goals. I work with adults, and couples in a warm and collaborative fashion, using personalized, research-supported method to help clients identify and change unhealthy or unhelpful thought patterns and behaviors. I have helped people struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship conflict, self-harm, suicidal thoughts and behaviors, OCD, and other emotional and behavioral difficulties. My lived experience as a first generation East Asian American helps me better understand clients from a range of diverse backgrounds. I have a great deal of experience dating back to my work as a research assistant in Marsha Linehan’s laboratory at the University of Washington. I received my graduate training at Columbia University School of Social Work in the DBT Training Program and Lab, where I honed my ability integrating mindfulness and acceptance skills to help people decrease suffering and create space for making necessary changes. I have worked in a variety of hospitals and private practices across New York and New Jersey. I am also a Guiding Coalition Change Leader in the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai to address racism and bias in the medical school and broader health system.