- Medication Management
About My Clients
This practice is for young adults and college students who would like to get intensive psychotherapy and coaching for identity, immigrant, perfectionism, and LGBTQ issues. As a first-generation Korean American immigrant myself, I have understood what immigrant or second-generation students go through in college and the pressures of balancing academics and family expectations.
My Background and Approach
I holistically think of my patients- using medications, lifestyle interventions, and talk therapy. I was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea, and spent my childhood in Irvine. I went to Johns Hopkins and double majored in history and public health. After college, I attended the University of Maryland for medical school. After living in Baltimore for eight years, I wanted a change of scenery and moved to New Hampshire to complete my residency training at Dartmouth. I am currently serving as a faculty member at Loma Linda University. I have worked with college students who attended several prestigious schools such as Stanford, USC, UCLA, Berkeley, Chapman, and other Ivy League and high tier universities. I also have extensive experience collaborating with parents and teens who attend competitive high schools and help their parents balance their well-being and future goals. I advise young professionals post-college to help them navigate their well-being and professional aspirations.