About Winnie Ng
Winnie is a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT 50329), with a Master’s degree in Psychology of Work from University of Leicester, and a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Vanguard University of Southern California. Winnie has experience working with individuals, couples, families, children, and adolescents in therapy.
For the last five years, Winnie has been working with individuals with severe mental illness in both residential and outpatient settings, families and children with mental and behavioral problems like, learning disabilities, speech difficulties, concentration problems, oppositional defiant disorder, depressions, anxiety disorder, selective mutism, autism, and leading workshops and seminars on parenting.
Winnie was a presenter at the Annual Parent Involvement Academy for the last three years in the Garvey School District. Winnie has been involved in church teaching Sunday school to elementary school and special needs kids, working with the pre-schoolers, volunteering in the nursery, and leading worship as a vocalist.
About Jonathan Hsu
Jonathan is a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT 50913), with a Master’s degree in Pastoral Care and Counseling from Talbot Theological Seminary and a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Vanguard University of Southern California. Jonathan has experience working with children, individuals, couples, families, and adolescents in therapy, Christian counseling, and pastoral counseling.
With children, Jonathan has experience utilizing play therapy and sand tray therapy, focusing on children with emotional and behavioral problems like ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, depression, bipolar, self-mutilation/cutting, and anxiety disorder.
Jonathan also has experience in working with individuals with depression, mood disorders, and anxiety, particularly with men’s issues and addiction. In working with families and couples, Jonathan has focused on improving communications, creating better understanding for each other, and improving intimacy.
About Colin Chow
Colin is a Marriage and Family Intern, and he specializes in individual (adult and adolescent) and couples therapy. Colin received his education and training from the University of California, Irvine (BA in 2010) and USC (MA in 2014). Colin specializes in the treatment of anxiety, mood disorder, relationship and marriage counseling (i.e., improving the overall efficacy and satisfaction of love and intimacy), sexual and gender identity issues, and life and career changes and adjustments.
Colin is certified in Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) which is an evidence-based practice used to reduce and prevent problematic use on alcohol and illicit drugs. Colin has also guest lectured at colleges on a variety of topics including self development, and educational and career planning.
Colin believes that effective therapy begins with a supportive and genuine relationship, and he strives to provide his consumers with the best quality service. His all-inclusive services will assist in maximizing the consumer’s sense of identity and self-worth.
About Stephanie Caballero
Hello! My name is Stephanie Caballero and I am Marriage and Family Therapist Intern who works with individuals and families of all ages. I am fluent in English and Spanish. I believe that providing a warm and safe environment is key for clients to explore their challenges and discover their healing.
I received my education at University of California, Irvine in Social Science: Multicultural Studies and Literary Journalism. UCI provided me with experiences that shed light on different cultural issues that affect people of specific backgrounds. I received my graduate education from Azusa Pacific University in Clinical Psychology where I discovered my passion in working with children, adolescents and families by helping them discover their individual uniqueness while strengthening the bond within the family.
During therapy, I allow conversation to flow naturally and I integrate a gentle curiosity about the present and your past. I would like to understand how relationships within your family and experiences affect your every day life, while going at your pace. I have worked with adults suffering from depression, life changes, marital or couples issues, anxiety, self esteem, job loss and exploring the effects of past events. I have experience working with children and teenagers. I often include non-directive play therapy with children to promote a healthy form of expression through play and talk therapy with teenagers, to help them communicate issues related to bullying, ADHD, bereavement, family relationships, break ups, divorce/ separation, trauma and self esteem, oppositional defiant disorder and anxiety.
I hope to have the opportunity to meet you and provide help.