Healing begins with you. Irrespective of what the world says, you make your own little world by changing yourself. - Rumi
There comes a point where you know something in your life is not in harmony. When you engage in the healing process of therapy, you dare to examine the stories you live your life by (that may no longer serve you). As a systemic therapist, I believe that therapy provides a space to process and reclaim experiences, thoughts, and emotions that may have felt stuck or weighed down by the pressures of our environments, relationships, and deep-seated personal beliefs. I take a collaborative approach in helping you create meaningful change through various therapy modalities.
As a child of Southeast Asian refugees, I have firsthand experience in navigating the relational patterns of intergenerational trauma, living between cultures, and taking those baby steps to a lifelong journey of self discovery. In the past, I have spent 7 years working at a rehabilitation center for adults with developmental/intellectual disabilities where my passion to help others amplified. I graduated with my B.S. in Psychology at Washington State University and I am currently working towards my M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy at Pacific Lutheran University.
He/Him/His | Cambodian (Cham) American | Spiritual (non-religious)