Kristine Min, AMFT
To quote my favorite therapist, Virginia Satir, "Life is not the way it's supposed to be; it's the way it is. The way you cope with it is what makes the difference." In my experience working in contexts ranging from the church to detention centers to group homes, I have found that people flourish when they make peace with their past, are true to who they are, and harness their specific strengths and individuality to make the most of life. Over the years, I've developed a passion for helping people openly voice the things that weigh them down and build healthy belief systems and coping strategies to navigate both the daily frictions we encounter, as well as the overarching pains that taint our experiences and relationships. When we learn to face uncomfortable truths with compassion and an open mind, our internal worlds can be transformed into a haven of peace and thriving. As a therapist, I am a proponent of real talk and unconditional positive regard, and I implement a holistic, person-centered approach to learn your personal story. My hope for my clients is that they would not only experience healing, but would also be empowered and equipped to cultivate a more meaningful, intentional life.