Ph.D., University of Southern California, Counseling Psychology
M.Ed. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Counseling Psychology
B.S. National Taiwan University, Agricultural Economics
Clinical and Research Interests:
My research and clinical areas of interests include multicultural counseling and supervision, Asian American psychology (e.g., transgenerational immigration trauma, acculturative/enculturative stress, transnational family [e.g., parachute kids, astronaut family]), disordered eating and body image concerns, strength-based coping and well-being. I am particularly interested in how our identities, values, beliefs, and behaviors are shaped by the bio-socio-cultural-political factors and the applications of these to practice using an intersectional feminist framework.