Telehealth therapy during the global pandemic and the global uprising. Wishing you wellness.
Post-Doctoral Fellow in Walnut Creek, CA
Supervised by Simrin Dhillon, PsyD, Licensed Supervisor, #PSY24872
Feminism is the understanding that an individual's gendered experience intersect with race/ethnicity, class, power and privileges. I also believe that, unlike western forms of therapy, wellness does not end with symptom-reduction. Wellness includes an individual's ability to engage intentionally with others, become empowered to action, and feel motivated to move from a deeper place of value.
I am rooted in intersectional feminism, passionate about helping women love themselves deeper and address concerns unique to their identity. I love to work with clients who may be struggling with body image or insecurity. From working with women who have experienced abuse, abortions, miscarriages, and infertility, to my personal struggles with motherhood, I know how vulnerable and difficult these life experiences may be. I bring compassionate guidance to my work so clients may feel empowered.
There is significant research and findings about how the impact of historical and intergenerational trauma has, not only impacted our relationship with family members, but also how it can impact an individual on the cellular level. As a third generation Filipina American, I am keenly aware of how colonization has impacted Filipinx Americans. As a scholar-practitioner-activist, I work with individuals to heal from these trauma wounds, and develop healthier relationships with oneself and others.
As intersectional beings, intersecting systems of oppressions influence our experience incessantly. With the ever expanding technological and historic globalization, the oppression we face daily may even feel overwhelmingly debilitating. It's no wonder that many of us are experiencing burnout, insecurities, and overall disconnection in relationships. My approach to therapy values your insectional experience and how these systems influence your life, so that you can heal and engage differently.
As intersectional beings, intersecting systems of oppressions influence our experience incessantly. With the ever expanding technological and historic globalization, the oppression we face daily may even feel overwhelmingly debilitating. It's no wonder that much of our mental health concerns
As intersectional beings, intersecting cultures and systems of oppressions influence our experience incessantly.