Relationship is the foundation of what I do. I recognize that culture affects who 
we are and incorporate such knowledge into my work. My definition of "culture" is broadly defined. It is not only about ethnicity, but your background, upbringing, values, beliefs, etc. I believe that we have autonomy to make our choices. I provide a safe and supportive environment for you to explore and work collaboratively with you to achieve solutions and inner peace.

Over the past decade, I have gained clarity as to what I am passionate about. The answer is "relationship" and I am the co-author of your "relationship building" chapter. Here are the three types of relationships I can be of help to you:

1. Relationship with yourself
In my life, I have been helped and mentored by many good caring people. They helped me when I was discouraged and desperate. I want to pay it forward. I love working with early career professionals. So many have self-doubts, fear of failure, and dread for the future. Our work is to examine your relationship with yourself, your values, and your beliefs. You can learn something about yourself by looking back in the past and how you want to move forward in the future. 

2. Relationship with your partner
Far too often, we focus on our careers, children, and other things. The last person we care about is our partner. Next thing you know, you drift apart and simply co-exist. You have no fascination and admiration you had in your eyes when you were first in the relationship. I would like to help you rebuild that passion with your partner.

3. Relationship with other people
Much of my work has been with people recovering from addiction. Their lives are shattered. Relationships were destroyed. People are not on speaking terms. So much resentment and shame. Stopping the use of drugs and alcohol is only the beginning. Are you ready to rebuild your life? Let's walk on this journey together. . .