Canh Tran, MSW
Finding the right therapist can feel like a never ending, exhausting, anxiety-inducing process, and it’s critical to find the right fit so you feel comfortable opening up and do the healing work.
Research shows approximately 86% of psychologists are white while 85% of social workers are white. For BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) folks, it can be uncertain, scary, and a burden to feel like you need to explain your experience as a person of color or your culture to your therapist.
You deserve quality, competent therapy respecting all parts of you and your culture. We will learn more about your struggles and challenges, your strengths and sources of resilience, your culture and heritage, how you love and who you love, who and what matters most to you, and how you can live a richer and more joyful life.
I specialize in working with LGBTQ folks, people of color, Asian diasporas, first generation and 1.5 immigrants. My clients often struggle with cultural conflicts, anxiety, stress, self esteem, racial identity, and relationship issues. I have seen people grow and heal in incredible ways when they are allowed to be their true selves free from the fear of oppression and judgement. I am a direct, supportive, authentic, and compassionate therapist.
Begin your healing journey by visiting my website to schedule a free consultation.