About HaeMi Jung

HaeMi, Vancouver BIPOC counselling

As an international student and a first-generation immigrant, I have firsthand experience with the struggles and challenges of the BIPOC community. I am dedicated to creating a safe space and supporting each client’s unique therapeutic journeys through a person-centred, culturally sensitive, and strength-based approach.

With a Bachelor’s in Psychology from the University of British Columbia and a Master’s in counselling from City University, I have gained a deep understanding of human behaviour and mental health. I have worked extensively with vulnerable youth, newcomers, children, families, and the BIPOC community, providing one-on-one support and guidance in a safe and non-judgmental environment.

As a compassionate intern counsellor, my focus is on understanding the experiences of individuals and couples and fostering a space where everyone feels genuinely heard and valued. I am keen to be a source of support along your journey to personal growth and well-being.

With a deep sense of empathy and effective communication skills, I’m committed to empowering and guiding clients as they navigate the complexities of life and work toward a brighter future.

한국인 상담사로서, 내담자에게 안전하고 따뜻한 공간을 제공하고 내담자 중심의 치유 여정을 함께 합니다.

City University of Seattle
Master in Counselling
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University of British Columbia
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (B.A.)

Foundation of my approach

 Depending on your concerns, goals, and needs, I utilize a variety of clinical approaches and techniques to assist you. Including but not limited to:

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Non-judgemental. Empathy. Trust.

The focus of person-centred therapy is always on you and not on any diagnosis or categorization. As a Clinical Counsellor, I provide a climate conducive to personal growth and change. Through empathy and trust, our relationship will be productive, genuine, and non-judgemental. Together, we explore your thoughts and feelings, positive or negative, without the risk of rejection or judgement.

It’s all in your head

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) focuses on the way you think (cognitive) and act (behavioural). CBT helps you to identify the relationship between your thoughts and your feelings. By making small changes to the way you think, you can ultimately change the way you feel.

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Building on your strengths

A key component to solution focused therapy is helping you identify your strengths, resources and problem-solving skills. Together we can discover solutions that build on what you are already good at. We will utilize your existing strengths and skills as a basis for problem-solving and growth.

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Mindfulness. Distress Tolerance. Emotional Regulation. Interpersonal Effectiveness

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) helps people to improve and regulate their emotions, create more tolerance of distress and teach the person to be more mindful and present while improving communication and the ability to interact with others.

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Multicultural Therapy

Multicultural therapy is a form of talk therapy that aims to address the concerns of clients whose race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, income, disability status, or other social factor(s) falls outside of the majority or outside the dominant social group. The approach centers on the idea that demographic factors such as race, ethnicity, and gender identity play a critical role in how someone experiences the world and relates to others, and attempts to factor those realities into their treatment.

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470 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6C 1V5

(By Appointment Only)

Phone:  778-323-5797
E-mail:  info@chromacounselling.ca

Let’s talk. we offer a free confidential 15 minute phone or online video consultation. This gives you the opportunity to ask questions, learn more about us and see how we can work together.

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