Therapeutic Style: I work from a philosophy that emphasizes personal wellness and resiliency while appreciating the uniqueness of each individual. My therapeutic approaches include Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Emotional-Focused Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Professional Interests: My professional clinical interests include trauma, interpersonal relationship issues, depression, anxiety and multicultural issues. As a bilingual (Mandarin and English), bicultural clinician, I am committed to promoting social justice and providing a culturally responsive practice to students with marginalized identities.
Groups and Liaison Roles: Currently, I co-facilitate the International Community Voice Drop-in Group, and I am a member of the Sexual and Relationship Violence Response Team.
Education Background: I received a master’s degree in couples and family therapy from the University of Oregon and a doctoral degree in marriage and family therapy from Texas Tech University. I completed pre-doctoral and post-doctoral internships as a Visiting Instructor/Clinical Supervisor at the Couples and Family Therapy Program of the University of Oregon.