My practice is informed by psychoanalysis, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness, self-compassion and Buddhist psychology. I’m fluent in both English and Chinese, and I am familiar with the particular challenges of immigrants and their families. I have also worked with people with experiences of drug addiction, trauma, family conflict, and issues around gender and sexuality.
Outside of therapy work, I also work as chaplain at a hospital. I appreciate the power of being present to people’s suffering, and I cultivate awareness and skills to meet vulnerability, grief, illness, and death with dignity and compassion.