Harim aims to co-construct a therapeutic space that fosters safety, acceptance, growth, and healing with clients. Their queer-affirming, trans-affirming, and anti-oppressive practice is grounded in a client-centered, trauma-informed therapeutic approach and Postcolonial and Intersectional-Feminist theories.
As a Korean American and non-binary trans therapist, Harim specializes in working with LGBTQ+ adults, youth, and families of color and from immigrant backgrounds. Drawing from relational-cultural, and mindfulness-based practices, they aim to empower clients in exploring narratives and experiences and tools in navigating systems of oppression, relationships, and trauma.
Education and Training
MSW • University of Pennsylvania
BA • Music & Psychology • Wesleyan University
Areas of Specialization
Trauma, depression, anxiety, youth, families, race, culture, housing insecurity, immigration issues, gender, sexuality