As a therapist, my goal is to help my clients explore their experience from a broader perspective, to get to know themselves and to use their strengths to create the solutions that are needed. Together we can move from those feelings of being stuck into a place of options and opportunities for change.
I have a personal understanding of what it means for me to be a first-generation North American as well as expectations from my traditional Chinese parental culture. It is important to me to find an understanding of your experience, insight, and perspective so we can dig deeper and find the root of the problem. Finding meaning in your story, who you are within your relationships, allows for clarity and space to move from the problems into the solutions.
Our family, our community, our culture, shape who we are.
It is ok to change and grow within these relationships. We can discover ourselves while also clarifying family dynamics, interpersonal tensions, and cultural expectations and how they impact us.
I've Always been interested in psychology, I did my undergrad at the University of Toronto Specializing in Psychology with a Minor in Anthropology. Currently, I am completing my Masters of Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University.
I’m a little bit quirky, I like games, I ride a motorcycle, and I’m a plant mom. My unique experiences make me who I am!
So do yours!