Hannah Myung, M.S./Ed.S., M.A.
Clinical work supervised by Esther W. Wright, Ph.D., ABPP
- M.A., Christian Leadership, Fuller Theological Seminary
- M.A., Psychology, Fuller Graduate School of Psychology
- M.S./Ed.S., Counseling, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
- B.S., Psychology, University of Washington
License and Certification
- National Certified Counselor, National Board for Certified Counselors, No. 276584
Approach to Therapy and Professional Interests
My theoretical approach integrates Cognitive Behavioral, Emotion-Focused, and Relational Psychoanalytic theories. I also like to implement feedback-informed treatment through which clients have the opportunity to share their experiences about their satisfaction and progress in therapy, and give me the chance to collaborate with them as we navigate the therapeutic process together. My professional interests involves clinical process research (especially in the area of emotion processing, couples therapy, and therapeutic alliance), therapist development and training, and quality improvement in health service delivery.
Personal Statement on Diversity and Social Justice
People from all backgrounds experience various hardships. I believe social justice involves being sensitive to the unique experiences that individuals and groups face, and working together for empowerment and the well-being of each person. I recognize that this is a dynamic process that requires awareness of intersectionality and on-going sensibility. To this end, I am committed to providing a posture of humility, respect, and care, and see it as a privilege to be invited to walk with the individual in this process.
Approach to Supervision
My approach to supervision is both structured and experiential in focusing on the therapist’s formation and improvement. Supervision involves conceptual and practical skill building as well as facilitation of therapist self-reflection. I also like to utilize feedback tools as a way to collaborate with my supervisees and together develop ways to improve clinical practice and delivery.
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