Deanna Wong, LMFT

Sex/Gender: Female
Pronouns: She / Her
Ethnicity: Chinese

I am most passionate about helping young/emerging adults, college students, teens, and families from diverse cultural backgrounds because I believe these populations are often unseen and struggling with depression, anxiety, life transitions, and multicultural intergenerational trauma.  Asian Americans from immigrant families hits close to home! As a first generation Asian American woman of immigrant parents, I would like to provide you support and guidance to help make sense of a wide variety of issues spanning from your identity, perfectionism issues, harsh inner criticism, imposter syndrome, and feelings of being “behind” and “not being good enough.”  I want you to know that these are completely normal issues related to our mental health.  I believe therapy is for you if you are seeking support and personal growth, feeling lost, burnt out, and alone, or even if you have thought about trying therapy and you are unsure if you need it.  I aim to help you improve your life and regain control over your mental health.

I encourage you to take advantage of therapy and schedule a free 15 minute call/video consultation with me to get an idea about how we might work together.  I truly believe it is important for you to find a good fit which is vital for more effective therapy.

License Number: 120844 AUGUST 9, 2020 - AUGUST 31, 2024
License State: California
Practice Information
Sliding Scale / Reduced Fee Accepted: Yes
Types of Insurance Accepted: Out of Network, Private Pay, Aetna, Anthem, Cigna, Kaiser, MHN/Health Net, Optum, United Health
Lotus Therapy Fund Provider: Yes
San Gabriel Valley, California, United States
English, Cantonese
Therapy Offered
Types of Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Compassion Focused, Eclectic / Generalist, Family Systems, Trauma-Focused, Trauma Informed Care
Anxiety, Burnout, Codependency, Depression, Family Conflict, Life Transitions, Parenting, Personal Growth, Racial Identity, Relational Concerns, Relationship Issues, Stress
Last modified: July 9, 2024

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