Min is currently pursuing her M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy (expected 2020) from Wheaton College Graduate School. Previously, Min worked as a Marketing Analyst for five years. During her frequent encounters with a diverse spectrum of people in her former job and her personal life, she realized that there are a lot of people struggling alone through various life challenges and transitions. Min believes that no one should be left alone in struggling with pain and unhappiness. She primarily adopts Emotionally Focused Therapy to help clients to accept themselves, as well as to build secure bonding and heathy relationships with one another.
Who I Serve:
Min is passionate about working with a variety of populations, including couples, families, adolescent and adult clientele. She is devoted to offering a safe space and professional companionship for people who are suffering with depression, anxiety, marital conflicts, relational issues, and other difficulties and situations.
- Marital conflict
- Eating disorders
- Relational issues (familial, parental, professional)
Min completed her B.S. in Economy from the Ohio State University. Additionally, Min has received advanced training in play therapy, and remains an active member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy in order to keep connected to most recent trends and new research in the field.