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NaYeon Yang (she/her)

NaYeon Yang (she/her)

NaYeon Yang (she/her)

Doctoral Psychology Intern

Academic History: M.Ed., 2017, Counseling, Korea University; B.A., 2012, Psychology and Asian Languages and Literatures, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Professional Interests: Grief and loss, trauma, and PTSD; attachment; identity development, intersectional identities, students of color, LGBTQIA+, low-income, first-generation students, international students, and students with visible/invisible disabilities; family of origin concerns; diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice issues; career development; transference and countertransference; immediacy; meaning-centered therapy.

Personal Interests: Cooking, exploring local restaurants and coffee shops, traveling, reading, chilling, films and documentaries, photography, music, concerts, architecture, and art galleries.

Theoretical Orientation: Attachment-Informed, Psychodynamic, Interpersonal, Multicultural

Additional Languages: Korean

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