Tri Nguyen, PhD, LMFT
Description of Counselor/Practice
Finding a balance between personal, family/social relationships and career can cause great distress on our mental, social and spiritual health. If you find yourself feeling hopeless, angry/frustrated, withdrawn, confused, isolated and nothing you've tried seems to help, professional individual or couple/family counseling can be a hopeful and effective option to identify more preferable solutions and improve well-being. Counseling is a space for increased understanding about ourselves and people we are in relationships with. It would be an honor to be a part of your journey toward healing and growth.
As your therapist, I offer a safe space for you to reflect on your life experiences and assisting you in identifying your preferred ways of being that are congruent with your personal aspirations and goals. I practice from a narrative and social constructionist world-view. I use a combination of Gottman approach, solution-focused and CBT models.
As an Asian American male from a low-income immigrant household, I understand the unique barriers and stigma of seeking professional help. I am committed to offer a respectful, acceptance, and nurturing space for my clients to explore potential for personal/relational growth regardless of their socio-cultural background and experiences.