Joyce is passionate about helping people heal from past hurts, finding their strengths and having more satisfying relationships. She believes that providing a safe place and being genuinely curious about people can be deeply therapeutic. Life can be challenging. You do not need to suffer on your own. Whether you are coming in lost, in pain or just wanting personal growth; Joyce is ready to listen to your story, help you find clarity and hope.
Joyce has experience working with college students finding their identities. She is trained to help domestic violence victims regain safety and stability. She has knowledge of resources for child developmental issues such as autism spectrum disorder and ADHD. Being a bi-cultural therapist, she is sensitive and respectful to cultural issues. She is fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin. She is especially skilled in helping people adjust to big life events and particularly drawn to young families.
Areas of Focus
• Family Conflict
• Identity Issues
• Relationship Struggles
• Individual Adults
• Elderly Adults
• BA in Cognitive Science, University of California, Irvine
• MA in Clinical Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, Azusa Pacific University