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Check out my TV interview on FOX 2 KTVU on the psychological impact of the fire victims in the North Bay, http://www.ktvu.com/news/288155239-video

Honored to be selected to serve on the American Psychological Association (APA) Minority Fellowship Program Training Committee! For more information, check out, Click here

Excited to win the 2018 American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Certificate in Leadership Scholarship. Excited to work on this leadership certificate and supporting emerging leaders, Click here for more information.

We have been busy at The Mental Health Board of San Francisco. Click here for website

Love my teaching job at the Wright Institute. Click here to see what we have been up to!

 


 

 



 

 

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I draw my inspiration, therapeutic skills and consultation style from my upbringing, work experiences and the places I have resided. I am a British Asian woman born in London, England and currently reside in San Francisco, USA. I am a therapist, educator, consultant, writer, mother and curious about life.

 

 

Education and Work

Currently I am full-time faculty, Assistant Professor in the MA Counseling Psychology Program at The Wright Institute, Berkeley.  I also teach classes in the MS Counseling Program at San Francisco State University. In addition I provide counseling, therapy and clinical supervision at my private practice in San Francisco, California. Other services include national and international consultation, coaching and training services.

My academic background is rich and diverse including business, education, sociology and counseling. In graduate school, I attained a teaching credential in the United Kingdom and California, USA.  I am also a trained school counselor (PPSc), hold a Masters in Counseling and licensed Marriage Family Therapist in California, United States. 

I have extensive experience of providing community mental health and school based mental health services. For further information about my work, please visit my LinkedIn profile.

 

My Passion: Advocating and Giving Back to the Community

In my free time, I help to create change by holding various positions on non-profit boards, volunteering my services in the community, presenting at counseling conferences, and writing articles on the subject of mental health. 

I currently serve as:

 

Awards and Recognitions

This year, I won the 2018-2019 American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Certificate in Leadership Scholarship. This competitive scholarship is offered to AAMFT members with high potential to develop as leaders in the profession. I am so excited to be joining the 2018-19 cohort so I can represent Marriage and Family Therapists (MFT) minorities in my field, get leadership support so I can train future MFT leaders.

During graduate school, I was awarded the Virginia Lee Block Scholarship and the “Graduate Student Award for Distinguished Achievement, 2006” for outstanding scholarship, professional activity, and service to the community. In 2009, I was awarded a financial award by the State of California for my work in serving underrepresented communities in San Francisco. In 2010, I received an award from the Division on Women, part of the Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA) for my presentation on Post-Partum Depression Among Asian American Women: Cultural Considerations and Treatment.

 

Professional Organizations

Being connected and involved with numerous professional counseling and psychological associations allows me to network with other professionals in the field, stay informed on the current trends in mental health and learn ways I can better serve my clients and the community.  I have presented at the majority of the professional organizations that I belong to.  My professional affiliations include:

  • American Psychological Association (APA)
  • American Association for Marriage Family Therapy (AAMFT)
  • Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA)
  • Division on South Asian Americans (DoSAA) and Division on Practice, part of AAPA
  • American Counseling Association (ACA)
  • American School Counseling Association (ASCA)