> Feeling the weight of perfectionism or imposter syndrome in daily life?
> Interested in discussing how your upbringing and family cultural background impacts your present day relationships?
> Finding yourself wondering how to integrate various cultural traditions & values in your life while remaining true to yourself?
The BIPOC Children of Immigrants Group is a healing and transformative space to discuss, share, and process your experience as a BIPOC, bicultural/multicultural individual. The goal is to gain a deeper understanding of what you have been through in a community of support, engagement, and empowerment, all within healthy & confidential boundaries.
Ace Oh is an associate psychotherapist serving individuals located in New York. Her practice focuses on in-depth experiential processing of overwhelming emotions and relational dynamics in a way that facilitates corrective experiences and fosters positive shifts in the brain. Ace's goal is to tangibly improve the emotional and psychological quality of your life.
Ace received her BA in psychology at UCLA, and her MA in Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness at New York University with NYU Steinhardt Departmental Awards for Outstanding Clinical Service. She currently works as a clinician in Manhattan helping clients create sustainable change through a collaborative solutions-focused lens. Previously, Ace worked at the Crime Victims Treatment Center in Manhattan training extensively in trauma/PTSD, sexual assault, domestic violence, intimate partner violence, childhood abuse, and abusive family relationships.
Ace prioritizes serving the full spectrum of complex-PTSD including racial trauma, religious trauma, immigration trauma, dysfunctional family dynamics, abusive friendships, neglect, manipulation, and abandonment. She also has rich experience in working with adult children of parents or caretakers with strong traits of narcissism, borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, addiction, and emotion dysregulation.