Yu-Shan Huang

 

 

 

For a free 15-minute phone consultation or to schedule an appointment, please contact me at (415) 375-0215 or yushan@yushantherapy.com.

 

We encounter many transitions in our lives. Transitions often come with intense life events such as moving to a new country, going through a divorce or losing a loved one. They also come at different stages of life like being an adolescent or growing older. You might feel depressed, anxious, frustrated and lost. Together we address issues of identity, interpersonal relationships, grief & loss, loneliness, immigration, and aging.

I work with adolescents, adults, seniors, and families. I support clients in connecting with their feelings, authentic selves, and insights from challenging situations. My therapeutic style is compassionate, interactive and non-judgmental. Besides talk therapy, I may integrate experiential exercise, role play, and expressive arts approaches depending on your readiness and interest. In our work, we re-examine the blocks in your life and create a new way of relating to them.

I hold a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Drama Therapy from California Institute of Integral Studies and have worked in school, assisted living house, residential treatment program. I also provide grief counseling at Hospice by the Bay and on-going psychotherapy for transitional age youth at Greenlight Clinic.

Yu-Shan Huang, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist #105264; Supervised by Dino Di Donato, MFT #39831

Recent posts

Awakening from the Enchantment of Distraction

Distraction seems to be a growing concern in our society. How is it affecting productivity? How does it interfere with individuals engaging in their own lives? What impact does it have on interpersonal relations? Are people actually feeling lonelier even... Read more »

Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow

She should have died hereafter; There would have been a time for such a word. Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to day, To the last syllable of recorded time; And all our yesterdays... Read more »

The Importance of Radical Acceptance

For the last thirty years or so there have been a few threads of thought and supporting research that have been weaving a new perspective and approach to psychotherapy. New approaches to understanding and the application of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy... Read more »

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