Working with people across a wide range of ages, races, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds, Qinqin helps clients navigate challenges and find greater meaning and purpose in their lives. Qinqin has worked in multiple clinical settings, including an inpatient psychiatric unit, a college counseling center, and community mental health agencies. She graduated from Smith College with a B.A. in Psychology and received her M.A. in Counseling from Columbia University.
Qinqin is passionate about accompanying others through their difficult times and facilitating growth and healing. Outside of work, Qinqin avidly pursues mind-body integration and better attunement and alignment with her intuitive and authentic Self through creative processes and spiritual practices. She is a certified Reiki healer and Breathwork practitioner, and enjoys dancing, meditation, and being in nature.
Approach & Values
Qinqin prioritizes establishing a nurturing rapport with clients and developing a deep understanding of their uniqueness and complexity. Believing that suppressed emotions lead to blockage of energy that manifests as neurotic symptoms, Qinqin encourages clients to get more in touch with their body and feelings, and process unresolved painful experiences. One’s thoughts and beliefs construct the reality one lives in, Qinqin’s integrative approach, with specialized training in psychodynamic psychotherapy, CBT and mindfulness, emphasizes changing maladaptive or distorted cognitions, gaining insight into root causes of patterns and conflicts, and thus acquiring effective coping strategies and sustainable positive change. Qinqin speaks Mandarin and English.
- Interpersonal Relationship Issues
- Maternal mental health
- Self-Identity and Existentialism
- Immigration and Acculturation
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