As a 1st generation Asian Immigrant, May Han has been providing culturally sensitive therapies to clients from all walks of lives. With a M.S Degree from the Northwestern University in Marriage and Family Therapy, May enjoys assisting individuals and couples working through pains to a deeply connected, authentic, and satisfying life for themselves and with each other.
Using her knowledge in attachment theory, mindfulness and interpersonal neurology, May facilitates mutual emotional attentiveness within her clients and their loved ones and helps people shift from defensiveness to openness and authentic connections.
As a therapist with visible and invisible social-cultural identities, May uses her intersectionality in the therapy room to reflect, be with and gently challenge people coming through her door who are impacted by the bigger social political context towards personal exploration and transformation
May became a therapist to help people reconnect with themselves in a kind way, to be happy with who they are, and to build authentic and loving relationships that they truly deserve.
Areas of Practice:
Emotional Neglect Trauma
Language(s) spoken: Mandarin and English
Insurance plans accepted:
Out of network
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