Minji Yang, Ph.D.

counseling psychologist, therapist, internship training director, faculty, and human being.

1.

Individual
Psychotherapy

Weekly or bi-weekly individual tele-therapy sessions

2.

Consultation/
Outreach

Consultation or presentations on international student, Asian/Asian American, or immigrant mental health, stress and wellness, perfectionism and more

3.

Clinical Training

Supervision and training for graduate students

on clinical work 

4.

Resources

Resources on wellness, mental health, coping, diversity issues, and more

 
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About me

Hello! My name is Minji Yang (양민지)

and I am a 1.5 generation Korean/Korean American counseling psychologist.

I'm originally from South Korea and

have lived in the Midwest and West and East Coasts of the U.S. I am passionate about serving BIPOC, young adult/adult, immigrant populations and improving

their mental health and wellness.

Welcome to my website!

My Approach

Therapy is a place for you to be able to catch your breath,

take a look into your life, and engage in a journey of healing. I utilize an integrated approach and pull from psychodynamic, emotion-focused, cognitive behavioral, and relational approaches while keeping in mind the role of various cultural backgrounds, social identities, and systemic factors. I also regard my relationship with my clients to be essential and work with them collaboratively to

co-create our time and space.

Common Concerns Discussed in Therapy

1.

Anxiety

2.

Depression

3.

Self-Esteem

4.

Family/Romantic/

Interpersonal Relationships

5.

Social Identity Development

6.

Academic/

Work-Related Concerns

7.

Trauma

Vulnerability is not winning or losing;
it's having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome. Vulnerabiliy is not weakness; it's our greatest measure of courage.


- Brene Brown