in Private Practice Licensed in Massachusetts

Hello and Welcome.

I provide client-centered, psychodynamic psychotherapy that is trauma-informed and culturally sensitive. My integrative approach, informed by psychoanalytic and cognitive therapy, is tailored to meet your unique needs and is based on a pace that works for you. 

I am a firm believer in the transformative power of therapy. With each session, we plant the seeds of growth, nourishing them with empathy and understanding until they bloom into new insights, fresh perspectives, and a greater sense of self and connectedness to others. 


How I Work

I specialize in addressing childhood trauma, parental relationship difficulties, self-destructive behaviors, grief, spirituality, cross-cultural issues, identities, and the sense of self. I help clients understand themselves and their struggles more deeply and guide them to find clarity and direction, healing from painful emotions that seem to define who they are. Together, we will work through whatever is getting in the way, figuring out how to live the life that feels right to you. People come to therapy for various reasons and purposes. We will work collaboratively to tailor my approach to meet your unique needs.

With a warm, supportive, and easygoing style, I aim to create an engaging and comfortable environment where you can feel safe and at ease discussing your thoughts and emotions without any rush, judgment, or interruption throughout the session. My goal is to create a nurturing atmosphere that empowers you to achieve your goals and find the healing and support you need. By attentively listening to clients, paying attention to their feelings, and being attuned to their needs, I believe in the therapeutic power of fostering deep and meaningful connections through heartfelt conversations.

In these conversations, we will talk about things that need to be discussed in open dialogue.  Some clients value therapy as part of their weekly routine to slow down and reflect on their inner experiences, gain insight, find clarity, and reach a deeper understanding of themselves. Others concentrate on setting goals and striving to achieve them, using therapy to receive support and guidance. Some aim to resolve the impact of trauma, while others seek to prioritize mental health for self-development and growth.

I wholeheartedly believe that a genuine therapeutic connection can be fostered through telehealth, which can be just as effective as in-person sessions. Telehealth, particularly via platforms like Zoom, offers enhanced accessibility and convenience in numerous ways. That's why my practice is exclusively online, ensuring that I can provide the support you need, whenever and wherever you may be in the state of  Massachusetts.

As an affirming, open-minded, multicultural therapist, I work with adults from diverse backgrounds. I understand that it takes courage and trust to reach out for help, and I am here to guide you through the process and earn your trust. The first session will be free if we find out it's not a good match and decide not to schedule a second session.

About Han

Professional Affiliation 

International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology

Training and Research in Intersubjective Self Psychology

The Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis

Postgrad Fellowship

The Danielsen Institute at Boston University 

The Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity 


Boston College, Master of Social Work

Boston College, Master of Theological Studies

Professional Licensure 

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

LICSW Massachusetts #123987 

"As an affirming and supportive therapist, I will listen to you without judgment, understand you with empathy, and provide insightful, tailored guidance. Together, we will create a safe, collaborative space where you will feel heard, understood, and supported on a therapeutic journey that is transformative and fulfilling."