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Jenny Seradilla, MA

Hey there! My name is Jenny.  As a second generation Asian American whose parents are from the Philippines, I faced challenges unique to this experience that helped to shape who I am today. When I was in the second grade, I endured a significant life

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Khai Hoang, MA

Hello, my name is Khai. I’m glad you’re here. It’s time to tune into your own wellbeing and concentrate on you. The many parts of your life have begun to feel overwhelming, and often leave you feeling exhausted. You feel caught up in your fears,

Asian therapist in California, Mandarin speaking therapist

Cynthia Mao, MSW

Hello! I’m Cynthia Mao. Reaching out for help takes incredible courage, and I want to commend you for taking this significant step. It’s difficult to navigate life’s challenges alone, and the path of feeling unseen and unheard can be both confusing and painful. Your struggles

Kayla Singh, MA

I’m glad you’re here. Making the decision to seek out therapy is a step in moving towards an improved emotional and psychological wellbeing. Therapy can seem scary at first, but it gives you an opportunity to learn more about yourself. Exploring your thoughts, feelings and

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Prakrti “Pixie” Polowy, MA

You’ve come to the right place: I am sincerely committed to creating a safe, culturally responsive, judgment-free environment where you feel comfortable exploring and expressing your experience, needs, and aspirations. You are not alone! I will support you in fostering greater empathy, self-acceptance, healing, and

Asian American Therapist; Art therapist in Los Angeles; Art therapist in Manhattan Beach

Ruth Sze, MA

Hi! I’m glad you’re here. In our time together, we can explore the complexity and uniqueness of who you are, what matters to you, and the meaningful change you would like to experience in your life. I value creating a space where you feel comfortable

Asian American therapist, Vietnamese American therapist, Vietnamese

Sophia Ngo, LCSW, PPSC

Are you feeling overwhelmed, stuck, spent, or drained? Are you experiencing a sense of loss and yearning for guidance, support, and direction in your life? Perhaps you’re seeking personal growth and self-discovery. Maybe you don’t even know how to describe what it is you are

Asian American therapist, Elizabeth Nguyen, located in Los Angeles, California providing therapy for teens, adults, and families

Elizabeth Nguyen, MA

Hi there! My name is Elizabeth Nguyen. My biggest strength as a therapist is my compassion and ability to make my clients feel welcomed and accepted. I want to be there for you as we embark on your therapy journey together. My goal is to

South Asian therapist

Razdeep Kaur, MSW

The journey to self discovery and awareness of oneself can be a long and daunting journey to embark on alone. While it may be overwhelming and lonely, I’m here to assure you that you are definitely not alone. In our container, you will have unconditional

Helen Garcia, MSW

Hello, I’m Helen.  First, I want to acknowledge your decision to start therapy. This decision might come from the realization that “something isn’t right”. You might be scared, lost, and dealing with a lot of anxiety, sadness, and grief. You may even be struggling secretly.