Feeling down, stressed, or out of control? I get it. Let me help you through what you’re going through. As an Asian immigrant therapist working in the United States, I encounter people of all colors, genders, religious beliefs, and sexual orientations. They may seek therapy because they are struggling with their identities. My job is to help them embrace themselves, rather than reject who they are. I use a strengths-based approach to help you find peace – that means I’ll always be looking for things you’re doing right, not things you’re doing wrong. I will help you find your own strength and cultivate resilience through the ups and downs of life. There are a number of tools I bring with me to the therapy room, and I use whatever approach will be most helpful to the client in front of me. I like to incorporate a trauma-focused Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT) approach to help you manage intense emotions and Person-Centered Therapy to put you in the driver’s seat of the counseling process. It is a privilege for me to be invited into my clients’ world, and to bear witness to their ups and downs. I feel honored to use my skills and knowledge to help them lead richer, more meaningful lives.