Sandy Huynh, LMFT

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

Sandy is a Chinese-American daughter of refugees of the Vietnam War. Her father is Cantonese from Guangzhou and her mother is Teo-Chew, both parents growing up in Vietnam. Sandy is the only daughter of five siblings, spending much of her youth in Texas. Her first career in corporate sales made her realize how connecting with other human beings on healing felt more authentic than remaining in the business world. She considers it a calling and a privilege to work on healing inter-generational trauma and to cultivate the resilience, self agency, and joy that is possible when we make space for deep, committed healing. She welcomes those from all walks of life, but works well with those who identify as children of immigrants/refugees. Self esteem, anxiety, depression, trauma, and family dynamics are some of the issues that she primarily works with.

License Number: LMFT 124019
License State: California
Price per session: $
Sliding Scale / Reduced Fee Accepted: Yes
Lotus Therapy Fund Provider: Yes
Oakland, California, United States
Therapy Offered
Types of Therapy
Trauma-Focused, Psychodynamic, Internal Family Systems (IFS), Brainspotting, Attachment-based/Relational Therapy
Anxiety, Depression, Codependency, Grief, Relationship Issues, Racial Identity, Self Esteem
Last modified: January 5, 2024

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