We will schedule a time to talk for 10-15 minutes, where you'll be able to let me know what's causing you to seek counseling now and ask me any questions you might have. I'll give you an overview of how I work and we can evaluate the fit in terms of how productively we might work together.
For presentations or media requests:
My area of expertise is Asian American mental health. I have made numerous presentations and written about such topics as media images and stereotypes, gender roles, identity development and intersectionality, and race-based traumatic stress. Please view the Publications and Media links of my webpage for samples of my work.
306 West Green Street Urbana, IL 61801
is a little white house on the corner of Green and Cedar Streets. It is about a block west of the Urbana Free Library, on the bus line, and within walking and biking distance from campus. There is free parking both in the front of the building on Green Street and behind the building.
During the pandemic, I am seeing clients via telehealth. The link below will take you to my virtual waiting room.
I can provide some limited telehealth services to people in states outside of Illinois where there is enacted PSYPACT legislation. My Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (APIT) was granted by the PSYPACT commission, 28 April 2021; E. Passport mobility number 7236.
The most updated information about PSYPACT is available here: https://psypact.site-ym.com/page/psypactmap