Asian American issues
Associate Marriage & Family Therapist #126878
Under the Supervision of Tracy Bevington LMFT #53455
It’s hard to tell what's “normal” when it comes to trauma and culture. Is it normal to question your reality and feel angry and defensive when other people don’t understand you? What parts of you do you leave behind and which do you keep? Is it normal for interracial or multi-cultural couples to have trouble articulating their norms or understanding their partner's? After all, how much of it is culture and how much is just... us? I enjoy and have success helping clients explore their realities while questioning which parts of it they want to keep and change.
My clients appreciate that I am someone with lived experience and clinical training in trauma, multigenerational families, and interracial relationships. With me, clients have discovered how to navigate difficult conversations and boundaries. I accept every client's world for what it is; without judgement. Change requires safety, security, and support.
California State University, Northridge, CA
Master of Science in Counseling marriage and Family Therapy
California State University, Long Beach, CA
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
60 Hour State Certified Sexual Assault Counselor (Strength United)
Trauma Focused Cognitive behavioral Therapy
Suicide Assessment and Crisis Management
California Association of Marriage & Family Therapists ( CAMFT), Member
Anywhere in California