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How I Work With Students: I take a collaborative and relational approach in which I strive to provide a safe space so that students feel free to focus on goals that are important to them. I value developing relationships in which diversity and a person's identities and the intersection of their identities are valued and validated. I believe that we all have strengths and find it helpful to find ways to utilize our strengths in times of difficulty. The overall goal of empowerment is at the core of my approach.
Professional Interests: Social Justice, Diversity Issues, Intersections of Identity and Identity Development, LGBT Issues, Gender Issues, Asian and Asian American Pacific Islander Student Concerns, 1st Generation College Student Issues, Bereavement, Relationship and Family Issues, Cross-cultural Counseling, Relational Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and Stress Reduction.
More Information: I work with the Cross Cultural Center and the Asian American Studies Department. I provide educational, supportive counseling to students, consultation for students, faculty, and staff, and psychoeducational workshops. Workshop topics include: CAN program, Stress Management, Dealing with Distressed or Distressing Students, API Mental Health, Team Building and Conflict Resolution, and Transition to College.
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