Tina Choi | LPC
So much of who we are comes from diverse experiences and interactions. We are part of a larger system which affects our inner wellbeing. I have experience working with individuals from many different backgrounds who experience transitions, trauma, depression, anxiety, and relationship and identity issues- helping all within an empowering and holistic framework. I welcome everyone into a space to tell their unique stories and find hope. Through a better understanding of your worldview and by integrating several different approaches, I collaboratively work with people towards healing and restoration. Also, I provide services in English and Cantonese- allowing you to tell your story in the language that best fits you.
Maya Angelou writes, “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” Keeping silent about something tragic bleeds into different facets of your life, your personality, your spirit, your soul. And if this is you, I want to encourage you to share your untold story. In bringing it into the light, the darkness dims and soon enough light prevails. Know that by coming as you are, into a safe and compassionate space, there is so much empowerment, so much freedom, and so much healing that can unfold. In taking small (and meaningful) steps, progression is possible. It would my privilege to come alongside you on your healing path.
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Tina’s Areas of Specialty
PTSD & Trauma
English & Cantonese
Relationship Issues & Boundaries
Self-Esteem & Cultural Identity Issues
Articles by Tina
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In my own worldview of faith in God through Christianity, I’ve had people come up to me and ask “Can you be a Christian and also go to therapy?" "Isn’t that what God is for?” Sometimes, these questions can hurt those who are going through personal challenges that are...
July: Minority Mental Health Month Now is an ideal time to talk about the mental wellness for people of color. In 2001, the U.S. Surgeon General published Mental Health: Culture, Race, and Ethnicity. The report revealed “striking disparities for minorities in mental...
During my graduate training to become a therapist, my professor’s parents passed away. It may sound strange, but I will always remember how he carried himself in his grief. Not only was his specialty in trauma and loss with a specific focus on bereavement, but he...