I strive to provide a safe, therapeutic space for exploration, change, and healing.
Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in ,
Supervised by Phuong Tang, LCSW 27966
Whether its one culture or a blend of many, we have all observed and adopted various customs, perspectives, and behaviors from the culture(s) we belong to. Together, we can draw from multiple interventions and theoretical orientations to find solutions that take you and your cultural beliefs into consideration.
Attachment Theory refers to the way in which people create bonds, or attachments, in various interpersonal relationships. By examining your attachment style and patterns in past relationships, we can have a better idea of how to create and maintain healthy, happy relationships moving forward.
Race might be one of the first things others notice about us, yet racial identity is not as straightforward. As a 2nd generation Korean American, I have had my fair share of conversations, experiences, and questions about racial identity. Whether you have a very secure racial identity or are just starting to ponder what labels feel right for you, I'm here to validate your experiences and encourage exploration.
With all of life's demands and obligations, it's no wonder so many of us experience burnout. It happens when we engage with the world in a way that just isn't sustainable; long nights at the office, regulating your loved ones' emotions, making your own needs the very last priority. Let's find solutions that allow you to continue to show up for your responsibilities in a healthy, sustainable way.