Dr. Sarah Hye Lim Moon, PsyD is a licensed clinical psychologist, consultant, educator, and writer, specializing in working with BIPOC, especially Asian/Asian Americans, the LGBTQIA+ community, and issues surrounding the intersection of religion and sexuality.
She has over a decade of experience in providing quality mental health care to marginalized communities, and providing training and workshops for psychology training programs, academic institutions and large corporations. She currently serves as a Teaching Associate at Harvard University, Visiting Researcher at the Center for the Studies of Psychology and Religion at Boston University, Consulting Psychologist at the Danielsen Institute at Boston University, Diversity Training Consultant at CHA/Harvard Medical School, and peer-reviewer for the Asian American Journal of Psychology.
Before beginning her practice, Dr. Moon served as the Assistant Training Director at the Danielsen Institute at Boston University, and training committee for the Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy.
Her practice is based out of Portland, Oregon, and is licensed to work with clients in both Massachusetts (10211) and Oregon (3305).
I specialize in working with clients who identify as BIPOC, especially Asian/Asian American, and/or part of the LGBTQIA+. I work with clients around topics such as religious trauma, identity development, family dynamics, loss/grief, relational concerns, existential issues, and more.
I am currently providing virtual therapy sessions for residents of Oregon and Massachusetts.
I provide consultation for individual clinicians, mental health training programs, academic institutions, and large organizations around DEI and mental health topics.
I am a qualified administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory, and can provide individual or group assessments on intercultural competence development.
TEACHING & WORKSHOPS
I provide workshops and seminars on mental health care and awareness, cultural humility, working with same-sex couples in psychotherapy, working with BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities in psychotherapy, and the intersection of religion and sexuality. Click below to learn more.