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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
I also have a special interest in working with Asian American immigrants and can provide therapeutic services in Cantonese and Mandarin.
In life, we have all come across situations that are difficult to manage. Our upbringing and past experiences can some times form limiting conditioning, causing emotional burden and distress within ourselves, and affecting our relationships. I believe that every individual has the ability to overcome these obstacles, but no one needs to go through the process alone if support is needed. Through therapy, my role is to join you in your journey in unpacking the sources of the issues, discovering your innate potentials, and utilizing strengths to form adaptive perspectives to help you navigate these roadblocks, and thrive authentically.
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I also provide therapy in Cantonese and Mandarin.
I understand the importance of building a trusting relationship with my clients. My approach is genuine and nonjudgmental. Psychotherapy is a process, a journey as we work together to explore your thoughts and feelings, and to gain new insights towards a better understanding of yourself and your relationships with others. We will work together to find hope and solutions to your problems. I understand that each client is unique, so I tailor my approach based on individual needs.
Andrea K Chan
I believe we all yearn to be understood and my work with you is built on this as a cornerstone. I foster an environment that is rooted in non-judgmental listening and empathic understanding of your past, present and future. I offer psychodynamic, relational treatment, informed by evidence-based psychological theories and models. Therapy will be individually-tailored to your specific needs and struggles. In addition to my private practice, I am currently working at RAMS Outpatient Services, as a staff psychologist and clinical supervisor to psychological interns, trainees, and unlicensed clinicians.
Wilson Ho Yin Cheh
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPCC, LAADC, MAC
I am an experience ex-engineer therapist with several clinical specialties and licenses that allows me to provide effective, high impact, and outcome focused services to my clients. I welcome the opportunities in supporting adolescence, young adults, adults, couples, & families to navigate through tough seasons of feeling overwhelming, experiencing loss in transitions, and dealing with painful and complex circumstances. My ability to digest a wide range of information quickly with my practical approaches often fits well with those who are in fast pace high stress careers, in leadership roles, and/or in human service industries.
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, AMFT
Cason has over 28 years of working experience in international business from Asian and Middle Eastern countries. He is able to connect with clients with multicultural backgrounds and to initiate trust-building with clients. He has supported adolescence, young adults, adults, couples, & families to navigate through tough seasons, experiencing loss in transitions, and dealing with painful and complex circumstances. He will helps couples explore their way for emotional connection, reconciliation and the reduce anxiety. His openness, unconditional positive regards and friendliness sets up a solid platform for efficient communication.
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Is online therapy cheaper than in-person therapy?
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