I am a Korean American, Korean-Adopted, clinical psychologist with many years of experience working with individuals around healing through a decolonized lens. I have experience working with Indigenous and multicultural communities, adoption (domestic, transnational, and transracial), foster care, complex and developmental trauma, grief, self-esteem, spirituality, depression, anxiety, attachment, racial trauma and oppression, and somatic work.
I take a relational, client-centered, and multicultural/feminist/social justice approach when working with people. I am a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP) who integrates SE with talk therapy and other creative modes of expression (e.g., client centered and synergetic play therapy, writing, bibliotherapy, drawing, dream work). I have completed Phase I and II in Brainspotting.
I strive to offer a safe and nonjudgmental space for exploration, empowerment, creativity, feelings, and movement through a caring therapeutic relationship.
Namu Integrative Therapy Services, LLC envisions to provide a safe space for people to explore the complexities of human experience, family systems, oppression, marginalized identities, and integrating holistic and somatic ways of healing ourselves. Through our therapeutic relationship, I hope to help facilitate self-discovery, empowerment, deepening of intuitive and creative resources, and connection to others.
$225 Diagnostic Assessment (initial session)
$180 (55-60 minutes)
$160 (45-50 minutes)
$140 (30 minutes)
I offer secondary supervision for individuals pursuing their licensure towards being a licensed psychologist in the state of Minnesota. I am board approved supervisor for LPC/LPCC as well. I have a supportive, feminist/liberation/social justice, psychodynamic and developmental, multicultural, Somatic Experiencing, and Brainspotting approach.
I offer consultation for licensed individuals wanting to discuss adoption, marginalized identities, complex and developmental trauma, attachment, somatic and creative ways of working with people and communities, working with PoC and Indigenous communities, and general mental health topics.