We have lived experiences belonging to marginalized groups and have worked extensively with both heavily marginalized and not as marginalized people. We believe in social justice and maximizing people’s potentials.
We stand in solidarity with the Black, Indigenous, Asian, and Latinx communities as well as other people of color. We welcome and support the LGBTQIA2S+++ community. We are also neurodiverse, i.e., some of us are neurodivergent and we are part of the neurodiversity movement. We are sex positive and body inclusive. We welcome diversity and stand against systemic oppression, injustice, and violence against marginalized communities. We continue to examine our own privileges and biases and humbly learn in order to become better neighbors and advocates. We challenge racist policies and we are committed to be antiracists. We cherish the diversity of humanity. We are committed to creating the safe space to foster healing and growth.
We are all doctors, or in a process of getting a doctorate. To obtain a doctorate, we study psychology at least for 4 years for Bachelor's degree, 2 years for Master's degree, and 3 years for Doctorate degree and complete at least 3 years of supervised clinical experiences. It takes at least 1.5 years of postdoctoral clinical supervised experience and pass two exams to become a licensed psychologist in California. We have decades of experiences studying psychology and working with clients. We acknowledge our privilege of being able to pursue education and training and use it to emotionally support our beloved communities. We have undergone our own therapy during the graduate training and pursue it whenever we would like.
Staff Psychologist (PSY27293)
Clinical Supervisor of Therapy
Mandarin Chinese and English
Mental health Professioal since 2006
LicensedClinical Psychologist since 2013
Staff Psychologist (PSY31947)
Clinical Supervisor of Evaluation
Mental health professional since 2004
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Licensed Clinical Psychologist since 2020
Staff Psychologist (PSY29925)
Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, and English
Mental Health Professioal since 2001
Licensed Clinical Psychologist since 2018
Staff Psychologist (PSY31424)
Japanese and English
Mental Heatlh Professioal since 2006
Licenced since 2019
[on maternity leave]
Staff Psychologist (PSY 33957)
English, Tagalog, Waray-Waray, and Bisaya
Staff Psychologist (PSY33507)
Mental Health Profesional since 2011
Licensed Clinical Psychologist since 2022
Staff Psychologist (PSY34372)
Mental Healty Professional since 2007
Licensed Clinical Psychologist since 2023
Postdoctoral Fellow/ Psychological Associate (PSB94026658)
Mental Health Professional since 2006
Supervised by Dr. Grace Ning (PSY27293)
The logo features a humming bird and six cherry blossoms creating a circle.
A circle symbolizes completeness, wholeness, inclusion, center, infinity, and focus. We hope to help you connect the dots and find the wholeness in your life.
The hummingbird has many symbolic meanings, including a stopper of time; a messenger; a deliverer of love, joy, and beauty. We may learn to enjoy each moment the ways the hummingbird savors each nectar.
Some associate the Cherry Blossom with Spring, the time of renewal and hope. As these flowers blossom and soon thereafter fall quickly, others associate the flowers with transience. They remind us to savor each moment.
The Pythagoreans considered number 6 to be the first perfect number.
A perfect number in mathematics exists when all the numbers divisors (excluding the number itself) are added and their sum equals the number itself. (I.e., 1+2+3=6). The flowers are creating a circle, a symbol of wholeness.
The hummingbird has many symbolisms, including a stopper of time; a messenger; a deliverer of love, joy, and beauty. We may learn to enjoy each moment the ways the hummingbird savors each nectar.
Despite their small body size, they are amazingly fast. Despite their rapid metabolism they have long lifespans. We often possess much inner strength that is not apparent from the outside.
We are located in Central San Diego north of Mission Valley, south of Kearny Mesa. The address is 8765 Aero Dr. 228, San Diego, CA 92123. The building is at the intersection of Aero Dr. and Sandrock Rd. across from the Montgomery Air field.
Our office is ADA accessible. MTS bus #25 stops in front of the building. Parking is free.
ミッションバレーの北、カーニーメサの南に位置するサンディエゴの中心部にオフィスを構えております。住所は 8765 Aero Dr. 228, San Diego, CA 92123 です。 Aero Dr. と Sandrock Rd. の交差する場所で、モンゴメリー空港の向かいになります。お体に不自由のある方にもご利用いただけるオフィスです。 バスの25番線がオフィスの前に停まります。駐車は無料です。
Edificio de oficinas
Estamos localizados en el norte central de San Diego en Mission Valley, al sur de Kearny Mesa. La dirección es 8765 Aero Dr. 228, San Diego, CA 92123. El edificio está en la intersección de Aero Dr. y Sandrock Rd. en frente de Montgomery Air Field.
Nuestra oficina es accesible por ADA. El autobús MTS #25 para en frente del edificio. El estacionamiento es gratis.
La nostra struttura
Ci troviamo nella zona centrale di San Diego, a Nord di Mission Valley e a Sud di Kearny Mesa. L’indirizzo è 8765 Aero Dr. 228, San Diego, CA 92123. L’edificio è ubicato nell’incrocio tra Aero Dr. e Sandrock Rd., dal lato opposto dell’aeroporto militare Montgomery.
Il nostro ufficio è accessibile a persone con disabilità. L’autobus numero 25 si ferma di fronte al nostro edificio. Il parcheggio è gratuito.
We are in the Suite 228. It is on the second floor.
Estamos en la Suite 228. Está en el segundo piso.
Siamo al secondo piano, suite 228.
Please have some organic fair trade cocoa, decaffeinated coffee, tea, or purified water. Compostable cups are available for your use.
Por favor, disfrute una taza de cacao orgánico, café descafeinado, té o agua purificada. Las tazas compostables están disponibles para su uso.
Sentitevi liberi di consumare del cacao biologico di commercio equo e solidale, caffè decaffeinato, tè, o aqua purificata. Bicchieri compostabili sono disponibili per l’uso.