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Jocelyn Yeung


Therapy can seem like an intimidating journey to take on, but can very well be rewarding in life-changing ways. I believe that every individual should have the opportunity to experience therapy to work on their mental health and live a fulfilling life. My goal is to help others see the rewards of therapy and ultimately show them that there is a life that can look better than their current situation. 

Life is challenging, and we often find it difficult to manage emotions that come up. It could be that we ignore these emotions or choose not to face our problems head-on. However, in doing so, we may be hindering ourselves from a healthier state of mind that can inform our day-to-day lives. Thus, therapy can provide us with a chance to address these issues and allow us to live up to our fullest potential.

I understand that each individual is unique and has their own personal journey in their healing. I aim to develop a strong therapeutic relationship with each individual by taking into consideration their unique backgrounds, situations, and experiences. I believe in a holistic approach in which I draw from cognitive-behavioral therapy, trauma-informed care, attachment theory, and many other therapeutic practices. I am constantly looking to expand my skill set by being a lifelong learner.


I am currently completing my master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling and in forensic & legal psychology at Marymount University. Previously, I obtained my bachelor’s degree in psychology from Binghamton University in upstate New York. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, I have worked and interacted with individuals from a multitude of backgrounds. I am interested in working with children, adolescents and adults.

I work under the supervision of Andreea Solfavi, LPC