Hawai‘i School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University
- eating disorders and body image issues
- multicultural counseling
- mindfulness, empowerment, and identity development
- multi-racial and multi-cultural student issues
- Asian-American mental health
- student athletes
- relationship and family of origin issues
- anxiety and stress management
Approach to Therapy:
My approach to therapy is integrative, strengths-based, and combines principles and strategies of humanistic, cognitive-behavioral, acceptance and commitment, dialectical behavioral, multicultural, and feminist therapies.
Approach to Wellness:
I practice self-compassion, gratitude, and mindfulness. I enjoy spending time outdoors, traveling to new and familiar places, and sharing meals with family and friends.
My approach to supervision is supportive, collaborative, developmental, and strengths-based. I am a generalist clinician and have special interest in Eating Disorders and Body Image, Anxiety, Identity Development, Family of Origin concerns, and Athletes. I strive to be genuine and authentic in supervision and am committed to multicultural counseling and cultural humility.
Campus Liaison Relationships:
- School for Environment and Sustainability