Do you think about what kind of person you’d like to be, but feel uncertain, nervous, lost, or overwhelmed about how to make the change?
Perhaps you feel like your relationships, work, or life in general can be more fulfilling, but you’re not sure how to get there.
I am here to help.
I am an East/West, Taiwanese-Canadian-US multiculturally-identified psychologist specializing in asking the “big questions” in life: “Who am I, how do I create a fulfilling life?”
I marry the wisdom of Buddhist thought and the science of psychology to raise your self-awareness and exploration to the next level. I also use a multicultural lens to help you understand your context, and the environments that have shaped who you are.
During the past 14+ years, I have finetuned my approach to turn “being your best self” from abstract to reality, whether it is related to your personal, racial, or cultural identities, relationships, or work.
By striking a balance between guidance, open exploration, and support, I can help you demystify the change process, move away from feeling stuck, to becoming the “you” you want to be, find meaning, and live authentically.
If you think we might be a good match, please reach out for a free phone consultation. Sessions are held virtually for folks located in NY, CA, and MI, available early mornings before 8am EST, or evenings after 7pm EST, Sun-Thurs.
I do not take insurance. I would be glad to provide a monthly Superbill for out of network reimbursements, and I am able to take HSA/FSA for individual therapy. My fees are $260/session for individuals, and $330/session for couples.
Asian American, first to second generation immigrants, children of immigrants, Buddhist, international