Quynh Dinh Counselor, MA, LMHC
I help individuals gain insight into the way they perceive and interact with their world. My hope is that through this self-awareness, my clients feel more empowered to face the challenging demands of their lives. As a first generation Asian-American, I can relate to the challenges that many clients face when having to navigate a new set of rules and culture. My passion includes helping adolescents and young adults define their identities, cope with physical, emotional and psychological changes, and adjust to the demands of peers, school, and society.
It takes a lot of courage to seek help. With that, I take special care to make sure that we build a safe and respectful environment before delving into the intricacies of the client’s life. I incorporate aspects of cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and existential-phenomenological psychology in my work.
My therapeutic orientation focuses on each client as a unique individual. I see my clients as they are, for who they are, and strive to help them navigate the uncertainties of their lives in a non-judgmental, caring and empathetic manner.