Age Served: Young adults, Adults
Top Specialties: Trauma & PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Anger, Grief, Self-esteem, Generational trauma, Family conflicts, Race & cultural identity, Multicultural issues, Relationship issues, Life transitions, Caregiver fatigue
Coming from a multicultural and immigrant background, Xin strives to support clients who are going through cultural adjustments and intergenerational/complex trauma. She gained her BA in Art History with a minor in Anthropology and Sociology. Inspired by her learning concerning the issues facing marginalized communities around the world, Xin decided to follow her passion in advocating justice and equality for the underprivileged, so she enrolled in the University of Chicago to complete a master’s degree in clinical Social Work.
Xin also experienced being a caretaker of a family member with Autism, Anxiety, and Depression, therefore she strives to provide support for caretakers with loved ones who experience mental health challenges. She applies a wide range of therapy approaches, including CBT, ACT, DBT, IFS, Psychodynamic, Cultural-sensitive, Strength-based, Person-centered, Solution-focused and other therapy approaches.
Xin combine socio-historical systems and individual experiences/personalities when helping her clients to reach the goal of rediscovering self-love and strengths. Navigating through life is already strenuous and demanding, yet more obstacles may unprecedentedly occur during these trying times. However, seeking support is a sign of incredible strength and courage in itself, and Xin would like to be there for you to help you realize and utilize the power that has been lying within you.