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Mountain Range

Telehealth Services for Residents in Texas & 30 + PSYPACT States Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (APIT)  

Come Rest Your Wings


Hi there! I am a second - generation Hoi'Saan/Chinese American, able bodied, neurodivergent, cis woman. I benefit from living on the land of the Akokisa tribe, which is currently known as Houston, Texas. 

I am a licensed psychologist (TX38944 | APIT12721) passionate about providing individual therapy to BIPOC professionals along with other intersecting identities seeking support for life transitions, intersectional identity development, relationships, and societal impact of trauma.

How I Help Others
Dominant societal and cultural narratives often contribute to an individual's sense of shame and boundedness. Cultivating empathy and exploring different parts of yourself, your superpowers, intergenerational history, and cultural context can allow you to create more space, freedom, and authenticity.

My Approaches
Relational - Cultural Therapy
Trauma - informed
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Somatic Experiencing
Decolonizing Therapy

Life Transitions

Impact of societal trauma
Intersectional Identity Development


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15-Minute Consultation

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75-Minute Initial Evaluation
Fee $250

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50-Minute Individual Therapy
Fee $200

Accepted Payments

All major credit cards, FSA, and HSA cards

Out of Network

I do not accept insurance; however, I provide superbills for reimbursement benefits.

Good Faith Estimate Notice

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You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency healthcare services, including psychotherapy services.

You can ask your health care provider, and any other provider you choose, for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule a service.

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