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I am a queer, Korean American, immigrant, who found her passion in working to decreasing the mental health stigma in BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities, and training mental health professionals to become more skilled and thoughtful healers. 

I believe that my role as a psychologist is not limited to the therapy room, which is why I devote my time to teaching, consulting, writing, and providing workshops. My hope is to continue to make mental health care more accessible to people.

Please contact me to work with me.

About Me



Lecturer in Psychology 

Harvard Medical School, Harvard University

Co- Director, Multicultural Seminar

CHA/Harvard Medical School

Senior Diversity & Inclusion PM

Azure Data, Microsoft

Visiting Researcher

Center for the Study of Psychology & Religion, Boston University

Consulting Psychologist

Danielsen Institute, Boston University

Board of Directors - Member

Psychotherapy Action Network

Peer Reviewer for Academic Journal

Asian American Journal of Psychology

Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon                                                                                        

B.A. Psychology, Magna Cum Laude

Fuller Graduate School of Psychology, Pasadena, California                        

M.A. Psychology                                                                                                                     


Fuller Graduate School of Psychology, Pasadena, California                                                                                                  Psy.D. Clinical Psychology   

APA Approved Internship, San Marcos, Texas

Texas State University

APA Approved Post-doctoral Fellowship, Chestnut Hill, MA

Boston College


Licensed Clinical Psychologist

MA License #10211                                                          

OR License #3305

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